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The Australian Grand Prix is a motor race held annually in Australia currently under contract to host Formula One until It is currently sponsored with naming rights by Swiss watchmaker Rolex.
Prior to its inclusion in the World Championship, it was held at a multitude of venues in every state of Australia. Unusually, even for a race of such longevity, as of [update] the location of the Grand Prix has moved frequently with 23 different venues having been used over its life, a number eclipsing the 16 venues used for the French Grand Prix since its own start.
From it has been held at the Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne. Since moving to Melbourne in , the Australian Grand Prix has been the first race of the F1 World Championship excluding and While an event called the Australian Grand Prix was staged in at the grass surface Goulburn Racecourse held as a series of sprints,  it is generally accepted that the Australian Grand Prix began as the Miles Road Race held at the Phillip Island road circuit in For eight years, races, first called the Australian Grand Prix in , continued on the rectangular dirt road circuit.
This was the era of the Australian "special", mechanical concoctions of disparate chassis and engine that were every bit as capable as the Grand Prix machines imported from Europe.
For all the ingenuity of the early Australian mechanic-racers, Bugattis dominated the results, taking four consecutive wins from to The last Phillip Island race was in and the title lapsed for three years.
An AGP style event was held on Boxing Day, at the South Australian town of Victor Harbor for a centennial South Australian Grand Prix  before the Australian Grand Prix title was revived in for the grand opening of what would become one of the world's most famous race tracks, Mount Panorama just outside the semi-rural town of Bathurst.
Only just completed, with a tar seal for the circuit still a year away, the race was won by Englishman Peter Whitehead racing a new voiturette ERA B-Type that was just too fast for the locally developed machinery.
In the immediate post-war era, racing was sparse with competitors using pre-war cars with supplies cobbled together around the rationing of fuel and tyres.
Mount Panorama held the first post-war Grand Prix in , beginning a rotational system between the Australian States,  as fostered by the Australian Automobile Association.
Grand Prix machinery had already been filtering through in the shape of older Maserati and OSCAs and smaller Coopers but had yet to prove to be superior to the locally developed cars.
The end of the Australian "specials" was coming, but the magnificent Maybach -based series of specials driven exuberantly by Stan Jones would give many hope for the next few years.
Lex Davison , who for several years would experiment with sports car engines in smaller Formula 2 chassis, took his first of four victories in a Jaguar engined Formula 2 HWM in , while the previous year Whiteford won his third and final Grand Prix as for the first time racing cars thundered around the streets surrounding the Albert Park Lake in inner Melbourne.
That circuit, which for four brief years gave Australia the strongest taste of the grandeur surrounding European Grand Prix racing, was 40 years later very much modified, used to host the Australian Grand Prix as the modern Formula One world championship venue.
The race is significant in that Brabham was driving a Bristol powered Cooper T40 , the first ever rear-engine car to win the Grand Prix.
That race would inspire the next great era of the Grand Prix. The growing influence of engineer-drivers Jack Brabham and a couple of years behind him New Zealander Bruce McLaren would transform the race.
Brabham, who first won the Grand Prix in in an obsolete Cooper T40 Bristol he had brought home from his first foray into English racing,  would test new developments for Cooper during the European winter, beginning a flood of Cooper-Climax Grand Prix machinery into Australia and New Zealand before Brabham started building his own cars , as well as the appearance of Lotus chassis as well, finally killing off the Australian "specials".
With European Formula One restricted by the 1. The top European Formula One teams and drivers raced the European winters in Australia and New Zealand from to playing host to a golden age for racing in the region for which the Australian Grand Prix and the New Zealand Grand Prix became jewels of the summer.
The popularity of the Tasman formulae was directly responsible for 's "return to power" in Formula One, and having spent years developing with Repco the Brabham cars and eventually the Oldsmobile-based Repco V8s in the Tasman series gave Jack Brabham the opportunity to unexpectedly dominate Formula One in his Brabhams with a ready-proven lightweight car that left Ferrari and the British "garagistes" struggling with their heavy, technically fragile or underpowered cars until the appearance of the Lotus-Cosworth in Brabham won the Grand Prix three times, McLaren twice, Clark twice, the second was his last major victory before his untimely death, winning a highly entertaining battle with Chris Amon at the Australian Grand Prix at Sandown Raceway.
Graham Hill won the race, with Amon winning the final Tasman formulae race in leading home Ferrari teammate Derek Bell for a dominant 1—2 at Lakeside Raceway.
By the end of the decade, European teams were increasingly reluctant to commit to the Tasman Series in the face of longer home seasons, but also having to develop 2.
Local Tasman cars were declining as well and after originally opting a 2. For the first half of the s, the Tasman Series continued purely as a local series for Formula racers, but by , the Australian and New Zealand legs fractured apart and the Australian Grand Prix separated from the remnants and became a stand-alone race once more.
Towards the end of the s, the race again became a home to returning European-based antipodeans like Alan Jones and Larry Perkins with Warwick Brown winning the race, while in , touring car racer John Goss completed a remarkable double becoming the only driver to win the Grand Prix and the Bathurst touring car race.
Declining economy and the dominance of the local scene by Group C touring cars towards the latter part of the s saw Formula gradually fall out of favour.
By , the decision to replace was once again imminent; however, the form of Alan Jones in Formula One saw entrepreneur Bob Jane seize an opportunity to bring Formula One back as the Grand Prix Formula.
The continuing disintegration of F saw Jane concentrate the next four Grands Prix on the Formula Pacific later rebadged as Formula Mondial  category and importing Formula One drivers to race the locals in fields almost entirely made up of Ralt RT4s.
Brazilian Roberto Moreno dominated this era, winning three of the four races, ceding only the race to future four-time World Champion Alain Prost.
Jane's attempt to bring the World Championship to Calder Park ultimately failed, as did a bid by Melbourne's other circuit Sandown though Sandown was able to attract a round of the World Sportscar Championship to its upgraded track in As it turned out, F1 would be tempted away from Melbourne by a far more attractive option.
The Adelaide Street Circuit , which held its last Formula One race in , was known as a challenging, demanding and tricky circuit that often produced races of attrition, and the whole event was very popular with drivers, teams and fans.
Whenever the teams came to Adelaide they enjoyed the party atmosphere. The new 3. Run in oppressively hot conditions, the last race of the season ran to its 2-hour time limit, though all scheduled 82 laps were run.
Rosberg ultimately prevailed finishing 43 seconds in front of the Ligier — Renaults of Frenchmen Jacques Laffite and Philippe Streiff who actually collided at the hairpin at the end of Brabham Straight with only one lap to go when Streiff tried a passing move that resulted in his car suffering broken suspension, though not bad enough to cause retirement.
After starting 16th in his McLaren , he made his way to the lead by lap 57, but a lack of brakes cause him to crash into a wall in a sad end to his Formula One career.
Jones, who started 19th, stalled at the start but fought his way to sixth by lap 20 before retiring later in the lap with electrical failure.
The event was a three-way race for the Drivers' Championship. Mansell needed only third to guarantee the title, whilst Prost and Piquet needed to win and for Mansell to finish fourth or lower to take the title.
Finn Keke Rosberg led for 62 laps before a puncture that caused damage to his McLaren; this was the champion's last Formula One race.
Mansell fought to control the violently veering car and steered it to a safe stop. Prost took the lead, as Mansell's teammate Piquet had pitted as a pre-cautionary measure, and the Frenchman won the race and the championship.
Prost had to fight back after a mid-race puncture, and stopped soon after the finish so as not to waste fuel, something he had done at every race he finished since his disqualification from the San Marino Grand Prix for being underweight after his McLaren ran out of fuel on his slow down lap after crossing the line first.
The race was also the 15th win and 15th pole in 16 races in a season of total dominance for McLaren-Honda, a domination not seen before or since in Formula One.
This event came after controversial events 2 weeks before at the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, where Prost had crashed into his hated teammate Senna, and Senna got going again and finished 1st on the road but after political discussions was disqualified for cutting the chicane before the pit straight at Suzuka; the repercussions of which dawned on the race.
McLaren had decided to appeal Senna's disqualification; so Senna still had a chance of winning the championship. The race was delayed for sometime and there were discussions about whether the race should be started.
Senna qualified on pole position, and had every intention of starting the race. The circuit was still being hammered by rain and was covered by water, but the drivers, including Prost relented and eventually they started.
But an unconvinced Prost came in after one lap and withdrew; and Senna- who was still in an awful mental state from the previous race, immediately began driving as fast as he could.
By the end of the first lap, due to Pierluigi Martini's slow Minardi holding up the two faster Williams cars of Belgian Thierry Boutsen and Italian Riccardo Patrese , Senna was an astonishing nine seconds ahead of Martini; the Williams cars soon passed Martini but by the end of the third lap, Senna was 23 seconds ahead of second-placed Boutsen.
Yet even with such a huge lead which he extended even further, Senna continued to push very hard- taking very daring chances even for himself; the psychological dominance F1 had exuded over the Brazilian meant that he was known to take chances that most other drivers would not.
But Senna was blinded by thick spray; and the Brazilian did not lift off, causing him to hit the back of Brundle's car, tearing off his front left wheel and suspension and resulting in the Brazilian's retirement.
Boutsen won the race in the unimproved conditions, with the race called after it reached the two-hour time limit. Senna had crashed into Prost at the very first corner on the first lap of the race; and he won the Drivers' Championship for the second time.
The Australian Grand Prix that year was an incredibly exciting race: Senna led for 61 laps, but crashed near the entrance to the permanent race course because of gearbox problems.
Mansell charged through the field and repeatedly broke the lap record in pursuit of his former Williams teammate.
This almost ended in disaster when the Ferrari almost hit the Benetton at the end of the Brabham Straight in a last-ditch overtaking move on the last lap.
Piquet won from the Ferraris of Mansell and Prost. There was pre-race controversy when Prost refused to take part in both the annual end of season drivers' photo and the special photo shoot with the World Champions in attendance including legendary five-time champion Juan Manuel Fangio , three-time champions Sir Jack Brabham , Jackie Stewart , Niki Lauda, and Nelson Piquet; and other world champions James Hunt , Alan Jones, Denny Hulme and Senna , as Prost was still disgusted and angry did not wish to appear in the photos with Senna following their controversial first corner crash in the previous race in Japan which gave the World Championship to Senna.
The race was notable for being held in extremely wet and tricky conditions and the race was eventually stopped after 14 of the scheduled 82 laps and Ayrton Senna was declared the winner.
Prost had been fired from Ferrari for making unsavory comments about the car after Suzuka; he did not compete in this race. The Drivers' Championship had already been decided in Senna's favour; but the Constructors' Championship was still yet to be decided between McLaren and Williams.
Senna's victory plus his teammate Gerhard Berger's third gave McLaren its fourth consecutive Constructors' Championship; Williams which was behind McLaren in points drivers Mansell finished second but crashed near the race's end at the chicane after the pits and Riccardo Patrese finished fifth.
Senna embraced his once extremely bitter rival Prost on the podium. It was announced around this time that the Australian Grand Prix would be moving to Melbourne for The was to see yet another memorable weekend.
Nigel Mansell , returning to Formula One in place of the late Senna, was on pole but a poor start resulted in the two championship rivals Hill and Schumacher battling for the lead.
But on lap 36, Schumacher went off the track, a result of oversteer, and this allowed Hill to catch up with Schumacher and take the inside line for the next corner.
Schumacher turned in on Hill's Williams whether on purpose or accidentally remains unknown which sent the Benetton up on two wheels and into the tyre barrier, Schumacher retiring on the spot.
Hill came out of the incident with a broken wishbone on his front-left suspension, he pitted and retired from the race, handing the title to Schumacher.
The sister Williams of the year-old Nigel Mansell went on to win the race, becoming the oldest Grand Prix winner since Jack Brabham in In , Mika Häkkinen suffered a tyre failure at the early part of the first qualifying session at the high speed Brewery Bend between Jones and Brabham Straights, which resulted in him crashing heavily into the outside wall.
He was critically injured in the crash and was saved only due to an emergency cricothyroidotomy that was performed by the side of the track by Sid Watkins.
Luckily, Häkkinen recovered fully and was fit to race again in , thus missing only one race. Häkkinen climbed back into a Formula One car at Paul Ricard three months after the accident.
In prominent Melbourne businessman Ron Walker began working with the Kennett government to make Melbourne the host of the event.
After the government of Jeff Kennett spent an undisclosed amount,  it was announced in late days after the South Australian election that the race would be shifted to a rebuilt Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne.
The race moved to Melbourne in The decision to hold the race there was controversial. A series of protests were organised by the "Save Albert Park" group, which claimed that the race turned a public park into a private playground for one week per year.
Additionally, they claimed that the race cost a great deal of money that would be better spent, if it were to be spent on motor racing, on a permanent circuit elsewhere.
Finally, they said that the claimed economic benefits of the race were false or exaggerated. The race organisers and the government claimed that the economic benefits to the state, although unquantifiable, outweighed the costs, and highlighted that the park's public amenities have been greatly improved from the World War II vintage facilities previously located at Albert Park; the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre scene of many Melbourne Commonwealth Games events being the centre piece and best known of the revitalised facilities.
Opponents of holding the race in the park point out that the Aquatic Centre adds nothing to the Grand Prix, is effectively closed for weeks surrounding the event and could have been built independent of the car race.
Bernie Ecclestone , the then president of Formula One Management , the group that runs modern-day Formula One in conjunction with the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile FIA , once famously said that it took 10 minutes to do the deal with Melbourne that would see the Victorian capital host the Australian Grand Prix from It was thought that Melbourne's unsuccessful quest to stage the Olympic Games, and the subsequently successful bid by northern rival city Sydney to host the Summer Olympics , was a driving force behind Melbourne's motivation to wrest the Australian Grand Prix away from Adelaide.
The Australian Grand Prix at Adelaide in — was always the last event in the Formula One calendar — but from onwards, it has usually been the first event or was held early in the season.
Albert Park, within easy reach of the Melbourne central business district, became home to the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.
A turn circuit, which measures 5. The circuit is renowned as being a smooth and high-speed test for Formula One teams and drivers.
Its characteristics are similar to the only other street circuit set in a public park used in the Formula One World Championship, the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal which hosts the Canadian Grand Prix.
Some , people turned out for the four days leading up to and including the first race in , which remains a record for the event.
The logistics of creating a temporary circuit and hosting an event of the magnitude of a Formula One Grand Prix from scratch were not lost on the international visitors, with Melbourne winning the F1 Constructors' Association Award for the best organised Grand Prix of the year in its first two years and On the first lap of the first race in , Jordan's Martin Brundle was launched into the air in an enormous accident.
Footage of the crash, and Brundle's subsequent rush back to the pits to take the spare car for the restart, ensured the first race in Melbourne gained widespread coverage.
The race was won by Williams's Damon Hill. The race saw McLaren , through David Coulthard , break a drought of 50 races without a victory.
The next year was a McLaren benefit, with Mika Häkkinen and Coulthard lapping the entire field en route to a dominant 1—2 finish. The result was clouded by controversy when Coulthard pulled over with two laps remaining to allow Häkkinen to win, honouring a pre-race agreement between the pair that whoever made it to the first corner in the lead on lap one would be allowed to win.
Ferrari won its first Grand Prix in Melbourne in , but it was not with team number one Michael Schumacher. Northern Irishman Eddie Irvine took his maiden victory after the all-conquering McLarens of Häkkinen and Coulthard retired before half-distance.
Schumacher broke his Melbourne drought the following year when he headed a dominant Ferrari 1—2 with new teammate Rubens Barrichello. The event, also won by Michael Schumacher, was marked by tragedy when year-old volunteer marshal Graham Beveridge was killed after a high-speed accident involving Ralf Schumacher and Jacques Villeneuve on lap five.
Villeneuve's B. The start of the race saw pole-sitter Barrichello and Williams's Ralf Schumacher come together at Turn One in a spectacular accident that saw 11 of the 22 cars eliminated before the end of the opening lap.
Michael Schumacher dominated thereafter to post a third straight Melbourne win, but his achievements were overshadowed by the fifth place of Australian Mark Webber on his Formula One debut.
Webber, in an underpowered and underfunded Minardi , had to recover from a botched late pit stop and resist the challenges of Toyota's Mika Salo in the closing stages, and took to the podium after the race with Australian team owner Paul Stoddart in one of Melbourne's more memorable Grand Prix moments.
The next year, , saw Coulthard again win for McLaren in a race held in variable conditions. Normal service was resumed in with the Ferraris of Schumacher and Barrichello running rampant — within two laps of Friday practice, Schumacher had obliterated the Albert Park lap record, and sailed to a crushing win.
In , the race was won by Renault 's Giancarlo Fisichella after a storm during Saturday qualifying produced a topsy-turvy grid. Barrichello and Fisichella's teammate Fernando Alonso came through the field from 11th and 13th on the grid respectively to join pole sitter Fisichella on the podium.
In , Alonso took his first Australian win in an accident-marred race that featured four safety car periods. In Kimi Räikkönen won in his first race for Ferrari, while rookie Lewis Hamilton became the first driver in 11 years to finish on the podium in his F1 debut, finishing third behind his McLaren teammate Alonso.
Hamilton won the race which had three safety car periods and only six finishers. In Jenson Button took the victory, driving for debutant team Brawn GP , which was having its first race after Ross Brawn had bought the team following Honda 's withdrawal from Formula One.
The team was formed from the remnants of Honda Racing F1 who had withdrawn from the sport following the season.
The race ended with Button, who had led from the start, leading the field over the line after the safety car had been deployed with three laps remaining following a crash between Sebastian Vettel and Robert Kubica , who had been fighting for second place.
This promoted Button's teammate, fellow Brawn GP driver Rubens Barrichello, to second, marking a historic for the team. Toyota's Jarno Trulli was given a second penalty for passing Lewis Hamilton for third place under yellow flags during that safety car period, which promoted Hamilton into that position.
However, Hamilton was later disqualified and docked his points for "deliberately misleading stewards",  with Trulli reinstated in third.
The results earned by Brawn , Williams , and Toyota were awarded, despite an appeal being held two weeks later against a ruling on the legality of the teams' diffuser design.
Starting from fourth, he gambled on an early change to slick tires under drying conditions that let him move up to second place after losing several positions at the start.
Sebastian Vettel retired with mechanical issues after qualifying on pole and leading until his retirement, handing Button the victory.
This was the first ever podium for a Russian Formula One driver. The reintroduction of V6 turbo hybrid engines for saw a dominant performance from Mercedes 's Nico Rosberg at the Grand Prix , who took the victory from the McLarens of Kevin Magnussen and Button, both of whom were promoted due to the disqualification of Daniel Ricciardo in the Red Bull post race for illegal fuel flow.
In , it was planned to organize the Grand Prix despite the coronavirus epidemic in the country. Ferrari and AlphaTauri as teams based in Italy, the most coronavirus-infected country in Europe at the time , expressed the concern about possibility of leaving the quarantine zone.
One of McLaren's mechanics got flu-like symptoms when he arrived in Australia, his coronavirus test returned positive and the British team withdrew from the race.
Later, one of photographers was also confirmed to have coronavirus. After that, it was announced that the Grand Prix would still take place, but without the spectators, however two hours before the first practice started it was announced that the event was cancelled.
The move of the Australian Grand Prix to Melbourne saw a change in the time of year that the F1 teams and personnel made their annual voyage Down Under.
Adelaide, for each of its 11 years, was the final race of the F1 season, usually in October or November, while Melbourne has been the first race of the season in every year since with the exceptions of —when it was the third race of the year to allow for the Commonwealth Games to take place in the city—and , when it was the second race.
As such, the Albert Park circuit has seen the Formula One debuts of many drivers. Other prominent names to debut in Melbourne are six-time world champion Lewis Hamilton , two-time World Champion Fernando Alonso and one-time champion Kimi Räikkönen both in ; former Australian F1 driver, Mark Webber , also made his debut there in As part of celebrations for the tenth running of the event at Albert Park in , Webber drove his Williams F1 car over the Sydney Harbour Bridge in a promotional event, and the Melbourne city streets hosted a parade of F1 machinery and Supercars , Australia's highest-profile domestic motor sport category.
For over thirty years, Supercars have competed in the Supercars Challenge non-championship event at the Australian Grand Prix.