For the first time under the Andrews government, there was a real fear that one of the city’s most important events could be wrenched from its grasp.
- by Chip Le Grand
Ex-Essendon boss and business magnate Paul Little will stand down from his role as Australian Grand Prix chairman.
- by Carla Jaeger and Broede Carmody
AFL heavyweight Travis Auld is set to be appointed within weeks as the next chief executive of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation.
- by Carla Jaeger
Book extract: On a perfect autumn day, Brett Sutton sat on the couch in tears. It was his first big call
On a packed tram to the Albert Park, rumours that an emerging virus could derail the Grand Prix were the hot topic of conversation, but few seemed genuinely concerned.
- by Aisha Dow and Melissa Cunningham
F1’s growth with new fans post-COVID and the Netflix series Drive To Survive is being considered a leading factor behind the track invasion at this month’s Australian Grand Prix.
- by Damien Ractliffe
The Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix last weekend was a mess. It was sheer luck that nobody was killed or maimed.
- by Jon Faine
A cooling track, a setting sun and a late race re-start that turned the grand prix into a sprint all contributed to an unusually high number of drivers being forced to retire at Albert Park.
- by Carla Jaeger
Stewards have ordered Australian Grand Prix organisers to urgently produce a remediation plan after a large group of spectators invaded the track during the Formula 1 race at Albert Park on Sunday.
- by Ian Ransom
Australian Grand Prix organisers will investigate how a large group of fans accessed the track and how a Formula 1 fan was left bleeding after a piece of wheel struck him during the race.
- by Najma Sambul and Carla Jaeger