2013 Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix Corporate Launch Party

MyDrive | Written by Adam Tonkin | The 2012 Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix was held at Albert Park in Melbourne only a few short months ago and I am pleased to announce that planning has already started for the 2013 Australian F1 Grand Prix.

This week saw the Corporate Launch of the 2013 Australian F1 Grand Prix which I attended.  During the night the Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) spoke of their success with this year’s race while talking up next year’s event.

With a significant increase in crowd numbers and entertainment this year, AGPC has said they are looking to go one better in 2013.  The launch was held at Dutton Sporting Cars in South Yarra with the showroom close to overflowing.  We were welcomed to the sound of F1 engines and left the night with words of wisdom and encouragement from our very own F1 World Champion, Alan Jones.

With still half of the 2012 F1 season to run, we will have to wait until March next year to hear the roar of the F1’s as they hit the Albert Park circuit.  Although you won’t have to wait long, only 213 days and counting.

The 2013 Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix will be held at Albert Park, Melbourne from 14th – 17th March 2013.

Thanks to the Australian Grand Prix Corporation, Click > www.grandprix.com.au/ and Dutton Sporting Cars, Click > www.duttonsportingcars.com.au/ for a fantastic night.

Should you have any ideas or suggestions for the 2013 Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix or if you would like to offer some feedback on this year’s event, why not write into me, it would be great to hear from you.

You can contact Adam directly via email or through Twitter.

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