The Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, located in Albert Park in Australia's second city, has hosted the Formula One Australian Grand Prix since 1996. The Australian Grand Prix is usually the first race of the F1 season, and this year isShow More Summary
It is possible every single car will fail to finish Sunday's season-opening Australian grand prix - that is the claim of Roberto Dalla, the head of F1 electronics supplier Magneti Marelli. He told Italy's La Gazzetta dello Sport that...Show More Summary
The months became weeks, and now the weeks have become days. The 2014 Formula One season is almost upon us and, in the lead-up to the season-opening Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne, drivers and team members alike have been eager to...Show More Summary
With the third and final test having been brought to a close on Sunday, the two weeks between the end of pre -season and the Australian Grand Prix are bound to feel like the longest of the winter. The five red lights, the roar of 22Show More Summary
(Video Link) I suspect that this video shows the Ferrari team at the Australian Grand Prix last year. Watch what a perfectly trained pit team can do. The car stops at 0:35. It moves at 0:37. In those 2 seconds, the team refuels the car and replaces all 4 wheels. Look at how well they work together--like the fingers on one hand. -via TYWKIWDBI
The Australian International Motor Show (AIMS) might be on permanent hiatus, but carmakers have now been presented with a new way to showcase their latest models. The Australian Grand Prix Corporation is aiming to fill the gap left by...Show More Summary
When the lights go out at the 2014 Australian Grand Prix, Marcus Ericsson, Caterham's new driver, will become the 10th Swede to start a Formula One grand prix. Based on the success of drivers from Sweden's neighbour, Finland, you might expect that there have been many more Finnish drivers in the history of the F1 world championship. Show More Summary
Racing legends Sir Jack Brabham and Alan Jones were on hand this week for the unveiling of a plaque at Melbourne’s Albert Park street circuit, celebrating 60 years since the circuit's first Australian Grand Prix. The plaque was commissioned...Show More Summary
Mark Webber will be desperate to conclude his Formula 1 career with a victory in this afternoon's Brazilian Grand Prix. The Australian is a two-time winner at the venue, but can he overcome his rivals for one final time?
The Brazilian Grand Prix marks the end of the road for one of Formula One’s true nice guys as Mark Webber hangs up his F1 helmet after a distinguished career. Having gotten to know Webber closely during my time working with Jaguar Racing...Show More Summary
Mark Webber produced a brilliant performance in qualifying in Abu Dhabi on Saturday evening to snatch pole position away from Red Bull team mate Sebastian Vettel. The Australian put together three near-perfect sectors on his final Q3 run to record a lap that was just over a tenth of a second quicker than Vettel’s best [...]
Mark Webber came out on top in a qualifying battle with Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel to claim pole position for Sunday evening's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The Australian posted a 1:39.957 to seal the top spot by just over one tenth of a second. Mercedes' Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton will form the second row.
Results from Friday's opening free practice session ahead of the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix: Moto GP 1. Jorge Lorenzo (ESP/Yamaha) 1min 29.167sec, 2. Marc Marquez (ESP/Honda) at 0.088sec, 3. Alvaro Bautista (ESP/Honda) at 0.664, 4. Show More Summary
Jorge Lorenzo has inflicted maximum damage on the day Marc Marquez could have clinched the MotoGP crown, as the current title holder clinched his 50th career race victory in a Tissot Australian Grand Prix including mandatory bike changes. Failing to acknowledge the pre-determined pit window, Marquez was shown the black flag.
Jorge Lorenzo has clinched pole position for the Australian Grand Prix, beating Marc Marquez and Valentino Rossi to the top spot in a highly dramatic shootout at Phillip Island. With only three rounds remaining and Marquez able to clinch...Show More Summary
Jorge Lorenzo set the standard on the opening day of practice for the Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island. With a time of 1:28.961 in the second session, the Yamaha rider was three tenths faster than Marc Márquez, who set his best effort in the morning.
Stefan Bradl has been cleared to take part in opening practice for the Australian Grand Prix on Friday morning, less than a week after fracturing his right ankle at Sepang.
Mark Webber edged out team-mate Sebastian Vettel to start on pole at this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix, per Sky Sports. The Australian has the chance to pick up his first win of the season in what is set to be his last in the sport. Vettel,...Show More Summary
Mazda has confirmed it will again sponsor the Australian Formula One Grand Prix Celebrity Challenge in 2014. The all-new third-generation Mazda 3 will be the weapon of choice for next year’s support race, with 20 cars set to tackle Melbourne’s … Continue reading ? The post Mazda 3 confirmed for 2014 AGP Celebrity Challenge appeared first on CarAdvice.
The all-new 2014 Mazda3 hatch will fill the grid in the 2014 Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix Celebrity Challenge, with 20 of the small hatches set to do battle. The challenge has become a popular curtain-raiser for the Albert Park event (thanks in part to the carnage). Show More Summary