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Increased Australian GP grandstand tickets for 2023

Grandstand tickets for next year's Australian GP go on sale today Organisers of the Formula 1 Australian GP have expanded the grandstand capacity of Albert Park as tickets go on sale for the 2023 event. This year, the expanded grandstands could hold approximately 39,000 spectators, a figure set to expand to around 44,000 next year. As revealed by, Melbourne will host Round 3 of the 2023 championship on March 31-April 2. Albert Park saw a record crowd for this year's grand prix, with 419,114 attending the event across the four days. That surpassed the previous record, set in 1996, of 401,000. Race day attendance was 128,294, down on the 154,000 seen at the inaugural world...
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