The Best Hospitality Suites at the 2020 Australian Grand Prix

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Learn more about the best hospitality access at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit for the 2020 Australian Grand Prix on March 12-15.

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F1 Experiences Hospitality Suites at Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit

In addition to Fan Experience Ticket Packages, which offer a weekend grandstand seat and access to exclusive trackside activities, F1 Experiences also offers some of the best hospitality suites in Melbourne:

  • Located in the Brabham Skybox on the inside of Turn 1, the Champions Club by F1 Experiences offers some of the best trackside views at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit. Access, available for 2 or 3 days ($2599-2799 USD), includes premium hospitality with an open bar along with an F1 legend appearance (1980 World Champion Alan Jones was the special guest in 2019) and a guided tour of the Formula 1 Paddock.
  • F1 Experiences also offers flexible 1, 2 or 3-day packages with access to the exclusive Formula 1 Paddock Club above the pits. In addition to gourmet cuisine and open bars, Paddock Club guests enjoy daily pit lane walks, F1 driver appearances and driving tours of the track. Premier Ticket Packages ($1999 USD) include Friday access to the Paddock Club and a weekend grandstand seat, while Legend Ticket Packages offer 2 or 3-Day access to the Paddock Club ($5099-5799 USD) with some very special benefits such as a one day pass to the F1 Paddock and priority access to the post-race podium ceremony.

Other Hospitality Suites at the 2020 Australian Grand Prix

There’s an excellent selection of hospitality suites to suit all budgets at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, all of which offer daily or weekend access. Here’s our pick of the best:

  • The Park: Located next to Turn 12-13, The Park ($640-1165 AUD) offers indoor spaces and a raised viewing platform with all-day grazing menu and open bar serving sparkling wines, beer, wine, coffee and soft drinks.
  • Torque Bar: Located on the Main Straight, the Torque Bar ($480-1795 AUD) is an outdoor cocktail bar offering a party atmosphere with premium trackside views, DJ sets, complimentary food and drinks.
  • Fangio Lounge: Don’t miss any of the weekend’s important moments with access to the Fangio Lounge ($525-2325 AUD), which is located at the top of the Fangio Grandstand, opposite the pits, start-finish line and podium. Get the best of both worlds with a reserved grandstand seat in the Fangio Grandstand and access to premium hospitality in an air-conditioned suite.
  • Chicane Pavilion: Located on the outside of the first corner, the Chicane Pavilion ($575-3225 AUD) is a modern hospitality suite arranged over two levels with indoor and outdoor viewing areas, reserved dining seat and open bar serving a range of premium beverages.

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