The Australian Grand Prix 2008 will be held in the Australian city of Melbourne. It marks the beginning of the 2008 Formula One season and will take place from 13th to 16th March at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit. It started in Melbourne since 1996 and earlier it used to mark the end of the Formula One season when the venue was Adelaide. It is a huge event involving a lot of fun and excitement and if you want to be a part of it, you should get your hands on to the Tickets and Passes for Australian Grand Prix 2008.
The Australian Grand Prix 2008 will take place on a temporary street circuit which is 5.303 km long and the total distance covered across 58 laps is 307.574 km . Involving a lot of modern futuristic technology and absolute teamwork, it is definitely one of the world's most exclusive and stylish brands. The madness and enthusiasm creates a huge demand for Australian Grand Prix 2008 Tickets and Passes.
The different categories you can choose from to be a part of the F1 action are:
Corporate The best seats available in the Australian Grand Prix 2008 are for the corporate guests, who get to be in the midst of all the action and the excitement. It may cost a fortune but it definitely is an unforgettable experience you should go for. And if you book 10 or more corporate hospitality tickets, the Australian Grand Prix Corporation will provide you with a Drive Experience at Calder Park Raceway. This definitely will give you the chance to experience what an Alonso or a Hamilton does.
Grandstand You can make your choice among the 10 advantageously placed grandstand from where you can get a close view at the racing action. The different grandstands are as follows:
- Jones stand
- Brabham stand
- Prost stand
- Fangio stand
- Moss stand
- Senna stand
- Schumacher stand
- Clark stand
- Waite stand
- Piquet stand
So if you want to be in the midst of all the action, make sure you collect your Tickets and Passes for Australian Grand Prix 2008.
- General You can also go for the general tickets which comes in various packages for individual days as well as season tickets for all four days.
There are lots of available concessions and for children below the age of 12, entry is free.
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