Formula 1 returned to Albert Park last year when the Australian Grand Prix took place in April after a three-year absence.
With the event attracting a record crowd, tickets are hotly sought after for this year’s spectacle.
Here’s what you need to know about the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix for 2023.
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When is the next F1 Australian Grand Prix?
The next F1 Australian Grand Prix will take place between March 30 – April 2, 2023.
These dates have been confirmed by the FIA World Motor Sport Council.
Thanks to a new contract extension, F1 will hold a race in Melbourne until at least the end of 2037.
This year’s Grand Prix will also feature F2 and F3, with both racing championships becoming a long-term component of the weekend.
Are tickets for the F1 Australian Grand Prix 2023 sold out?
All ticket types – Hospitality, Grandstand and Park Pass – were sold out across the initial three releases.
However, due to the high demand, organisers have since announced that a final ticket release will take place on Wednesday, February 8, which will include all three ticket types.
Those tickets will be available for purchase via the official Grand Prix website.
For those without Race Day tickets, Tixel is the authorised ticket reseller for the event, with fans able to join waitlists.
Alternatively, those who have tickets but no longer need them can list them on the same platform.
How much do tickets cost for the F1 Australian Grand Prix?
Like last year’s Grand Prix, the 2023 event includes general admission (Park Pass), grandstand and hospitality ticketing options.
A four-day Park Pass costs AU$250 for an adult, whilst grandstand seats range from $415 to $625.
Hospitality experiences are priced from $2,050 to $5,595 for a three-day pass.
The sale dates for each ticket type are outlined below.
|Hospitality + AusGP Access Pre-Sale|
|Grandstand – General Public|
|Park Pass – General Public|
|Wed, Feb 8||Final Ticket Release (All)|
What changes have been made to the Albert Park track?
The Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne underwent some renovations ahead of last year’s Grand Prix.
To enable more overtaking opportunities and promote faster and more competitive racing, seven corners were adjusted, with two removed entirely.
The chicane at Turns 9 and 10 was also removed, with these changes expected to remain for 2023.