Formula 1 continues to renew its agreements with the venues of the competition. On this occasion, Liberty Media, manager of the champions
Formula 1 continues to renew its agreements with the venues of the competition. On this occasion, Liberty Media, manager of the championship, has announced the renewal with the Albert Park circuit (Melbourne), which will continue to be part of the calendar until at least 2035. In addition, as a novelty, and for the first time for the Australian track, from next season Formula 2 and Formula 3 will also race on the circuit.
This season’s event, held last April, received 419,000 fans during race weekend, managing to reach the largest number of people attending a weekend sporting event in the history of Australia. In addition, from the organizer of the competition they highlight very positively the various investments that the track has made in recent years to modernize itself and that it will continue to make to improve the experience of the fans.
Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula 1, has highlighted that “I am delighted to confirm that Melbourne and the Albert Park circuit will continue to be on the Formula 1 calendar until 2035. The race has always been a favorite of fans, drivers and teamsand Melbourne is an incredible international city that is a perfect fit for our sport.”
For his part, Andrew Westacott, CEO of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation, has assured that “This is a great announcement for Melbourne. We are proud of our strong relationship with Formula 1 and together we will grow the sport in Australia and throughout the Asia-Pacific region.”