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Formula 1 renews Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne through 2025

The Australian Grand Prix will continue to be held in Melbourne through 2025, Formula 1 chiefs have announced. Formula 1 raced in Adelaide between 1985 and 1995 but since 1996 the event has been held around the streets of Albert Park in Melbourne. Melbourne has typically hosted the season-opening event – having been the first stop on the schedule each year bar 2006 and 2010 – and will again kick off the new campaign in 2020. Melbourne’s original contract with Formula 1 ran until 2023 but on Thursday it was confirmed that this has now been extended through 2025. “We are pleased to have renewed our partnership with the city of Melbourne, which will now host the...
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