New AGP grandstands named after F1 world champions

Formula 1 is just two months away from returning to Australia

Another wave of grandstand ticket deals for the upcoming Heineken Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix will go on sale tomorrow.

With promoter Australian Grand Prix Corporation reporting “unprecedented ticket sales”, it will provide five more specially designed grandstands for its long-awaited return to the F1 stage.

Namely, these will be: Summerland (Turn 5), The Balconies (Turn 8), Clark (between Turns 8 and 9), The Pinnacles (Turn 11), and Lauda (Turn 12).

Clark and Lauda, ​​of course, are named after several F1 world champions, Jim Clark and Niki Lauda.

AGPC also announced a new “premium hospitality experience” dubbed Red Line.

This will revolve around a two-story suite located near turn 4.

Artist’s impression of the Red Line suite

Red Line tickets start at $795 for Friday only and will also go on sale tomorrow.

AGPC General Manager of Sales and Commerce, Michelle Greco, said: “Red Line combines the unique elegance and excitement that is synonymous with Formula 1.

“This new two-tier marquee, located at Turn 4, is the perfect pit stop for punters looking to get the most out of the 2022 Formula 1 Heineken Australian Grand Prix.

“If the demand for premium hospitality packages is there, we expect massive crowds at the 2022 Formula 1 Heineken Australian Grand Prix and we look forward to welcoming everyone to Albert Park in April.”

A separate Thursday hospitality option will be available starting at $299; purchasable at 10:00 AEDT tomorrow.

“Thursday’s reimagined hospitality packages are fantastic value for those who want a first-class experience, at an entry-level price,” added Arthur Gillion, chief marketing and experience officer. AGPC.

Albert Park will host round three of the 2022 F1 season from April 7-10.

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