When it comes to grand prix racing, Melbourne has never been better.
The Melbourne Grand Showgrounds have hosted races from F1’s inception, and have hosted the Formula One World Championship every year since, and they’ve hosted the Australian Grand Prix every year too.
They also host the Commonwealth Games every year.
But for many fans the only time Melbourne hosts a grand prixe is when it’s hosting the Australian GP, and when it does it’s with a great crowd.
And that’s exactly what the Melbourne Melbourne Grand Festival has been.
The venue, known as the ‘Royal Melbourne Hospital’ (or ‘MRH’), has hosted events for over 80 years, from the World Cup to the World Series.
The first of those events, the Formula 1 World Championship, kicked off on April 8, 1979 with a pre-race show at the MRH, featuring the likes of Alain Prost and the likes.
That event would last two days, with an extra day of racing held after that.
The following year’s Formula One Championship started with the MRW, which was held on the same day as the Grand Prix.
The two events would end on the Saturday after the GP.
In the past 30 years, the MRL has hosted the Commonwealths Games, the Australian Formula 3 Grand Prix, and the F1 Grand Prix in the past.
It’s also home to Formula 1’s Formula 1 FanFest, a yearly event which takes place in the MRR.
That’s where fans can get up close and personal with the cars and drivers at the track, and see them drive in the pits.
The MRL also hosts the Formula Renault 1.6 Grand Prix which is held at the end of every Grand Prix weekend, with the Grand Finals held on a Sunday.
Formula 1 fans will always be on the lookout for the best, most exciting racing on the track.
But in the last 30 years the MRG has hosted Formula One FanFest every year, and it’s held on March 22 every year as well.
In 2015, the Melbourne Police Service and the MRGH agreed to a deal which sees the MRRL hold the Commonwealth Grand Prix on a Saturday, March 24, instead of the usual Sunday.
That means fans can be there for the action, and can see what’s happening behind the scenes.
“When you go to the Melbourne GP, it’s all about the race,” says Victoria Police Service Commissioner, Andrew Scipione.
“We don’t want to have to sit in the back and watch the action because we can see it on the screens and we can feel it in the cars, and that’s what we wanted.
We feel that it’s more of an exciting experience for the spectators, and I think we’re seeing a great response from our fans. “
I think that’s one of the reasons why we’re looking to move to a Saturday format.
The Melbourne Police are confident they’ll be able do the same with Formula OneFanFest in 2020. “
It’s a great way to celebrate the races we host, to get some great fans out there, and for the police and for our community to enjoy it and to enjoy the experience.”
The Melbourne Police are confident they’ll be able do the same with Formula OneFanFest in 2020.
“What we’re excited about is the potential of the MRP to become a permanent fixture in the future, because it’s an amazing experience,” says Commissioner Scipion.
“So if that’s the case, and we’re confident that we can bring it back, then we can certainly do so.”
That could include the 2020 season.
“Hopefully we can have it for the end-of-year, because we’ll be running it from March 22 onwards,” says Police Commissioner ScIPion.
This year’s event is part of a year-long deal between the MRSH and Melbourne City Council to provide access to the MRK for the first time in 2020, and to have the facility be used by the MRHS in future years.
The City Council has agreed to fund the MRSh’s operations to run for five years.
If the MRHP holds the Commonwealth GP, the City Council will also help with the upkeep of the facility.
The Australian Grand Circuit at Melbourne’s Grand Prix venue is a huge part of the Grand Festival.
For Formula 1 fanatics, it is the only place to go on a Friday night, as they can watch the races from their living rooms.
Formula One fans can also get a look at the cars from the comfort of their own home.
“The fact that the venue is able to run on Saturday means we can also provide a great atmosphere for fans, and there’s a lot of space in there to see the cars,” says Melbourne City Councillor Mark Kelly.
“There’s a massive amount of space on that stage, so we have the opportunity to see our cars in person, and also have the drivers from