This German 2009 GP2 Series champion is reason enough to make sure you've got a four-day pass to the track. Chances are if you hang out trackside, you're likely to bump into him.
Long after the final car has crossed the finish line, partygoers can continue to celebrate at an exclusive event hosted at one of Melbourne's hottest nightspots, Ms Collins. The king of house music, globally renowned DJ Carl Cox, will headline the event.
Wish I was in Melbourne for the F1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix! John Travolta for Qantas Airlines at the 2010 race. pic.twitter.com/MVWq8CbjEe— James Bevarly (@JamesBevarly) March 15, 2014
Along with A-list Australian celebrities, you're likely to cross paths with big Hollywood names. Over the past couple of years, Michelle Rodriguez, John Travolta and Nicolas Cage have been just some of the stars spotted at the event.
There will be plenty of homegrown music to groove away to, with bands like Johnny Wonderpants and Australian legend, Daryl Braithwaite, set to perform.
Treat yourself to exclusive access to the Formula One Paddock Club premium suites. This will entitle you to all you can eat at the buffet and access to the VIP lounge, pamper room, rooftop viewing and Pit Lane, all while being waited on hand and foot. A three-day pass will cost $4,640.
The Melbourne Grand Prix is more than just racing; there's plenty of entertainment for the entire family. Australian illusionist, Cosentino, will blow your mind with unbelievable stage performances, while there will also be street art, GP Stuntmania and a dedicated area with activities to keep your kids occupied.
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When you aren't glued to the track action, you can be maxing out the credit card on a huge variety of gear. There are hoodies, T-shirts, caps and a great range of souvenirs to choose from.
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