The 2023 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix is set to take place at the 5.278-kilometre Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne on Sunday, April 2. This year’s race will be part of Formula 1’s biggest-ever season, with all sessions from Albert Park being broadcast live on Sky Sports F1 and free-to-watch on Network 10 and 10 Play. The Australian Grand Prix is set to deliver a weekend of heart-pumping, adrenaline-fueled Formula 1 action from March 30 to April 2, 2023, with an entertainment program that caters to music lovers, families, and motorsport superfans.
While fans might be disappointed that home favorite Daniel Ricciardo will miss out on the race due to his inability to secure a contract, they can look forward to cheering on the new Australian hero, Oscar Piastri, who will be driving for McLaren. Throughout the weekend, fans can expect practice and qualifying sessions, support races, press conferences, and special events, which can be found using the links provided on the official Formula 1 website[1,2].
The 2023 F1 season has already seen action in pre-season testing, with Sergio Perez and Red Bull showcasing their impressive pace in Bahrain. It remains to be seen how the teams will fare during the Australian Grand Prix weekend, but fans can expect thrilling battles and high-speed drama on the track.
In addition to the Australian Grand Prix, the 2023 Formula 1 calendar includes other exciting races such as the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix, subject to circuit homologation. Fans who wish to attend the 2023 Australian Grand Prix can secure a seat in a premium grandstand with excellent trackside views at Albert Park or opt for all-inclusive hospitality in the Champions Club or Formula 1 Paddock Club™ through Official Ticket Packages from F1® Experiences.
With the stage set for an unforgettable weekend of racing in Melbourne, the 2023 Australian F1 Grand Prix promises to deliver exhilarating action for Formula 1 fans around the world.