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F1 to race in Melbourne through 2035, F2 and F3 to join next year

The Australian Grand Prix will remain in Melbourne until at least 2035 after confirmation of a contract extension with Formula 1, with Formula 2 and Formula 3 to race there next season. Melbourne’s original deal ran until 2025, meaning the extension is for a further 10 years from that date and will keep the race at Albert Park, That move comes following expressions of interest from Sydney to host the grand prix, with F1 keen to continue the success of the race in Victoria that attracted over 419,000 fans this year. F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has overseen the new deal that will see Melbourne’s tenure as Australian GP host run to nearly 40 years, having taken over from Adelaide in 1996.
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