2014 Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix Tickets VIC
12:00am, Thu 13th March, 2014 - 12:00am, Sun 16th March, 2014
Albert Park, South Melbourne, VIC
The 2014 Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix will be held at Albert Park on March 13 -16 2014*. *Date subject to FIA confirmation
The 2014 Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix is NOW ON SALE.
Well known as a favourite of F1 teams and drivers alike, the Albert Park street circuit is the perfect setting for the opening round of the 2014 FIA Formula One World Championship .
Don't miss the thrills, spills and drama that fans have come to expect from the first race of the season.
With a wide variety of ticket options available, and special offers available for early ticket purchasers, now is the time to book!
Click on the Ticket Types below to purchase.
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
4-DAY GRANDSTAND - PURCHASE TICKETS
If you are looking for the complete F1 experience a four day grandstand package is a great way to experience the F1 Australian Grand Prix.
4-CORNER PACKAGE - PURCHASE TICKETS
The Four Corner Grandstand ticket option provides an opportunity to experience four different grandstand locations across the four days of the event.
SINGLE DAY GRANDSTAND - PURCHASE TICKETS
Single Day Grandstand tickets are available in the Webber and Schumacher Grandstands.
GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS - PURCHASE TICKETS
A General Admission ticket provides you with access to the outer areas of the circuit and gives you the freedom to roam the excellent trackside viewing areas at various locations around Albert Park.
PREMIUM ZONE - PURCHASE TICKETS
With a range of single day upgrade, or multi-day packaged options the Premium Zone is the perfect place to kick back and enjoy the Grand Prix in a more comfortable and social environment.
*Please be aware that a delivery fee from $2.70 and a processing fee of 2% apply to all online bookings.
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