If you’re thinking of heading to next year’s Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix, then you’d better get your act together if you’re looking to catch the best action from on and off the circuit.
For the most stylish way to see all of the action, the Gold GP Advantage membership is just your ticket. Among the host of features above a standard issue ticket, some of the benefits include:
Access to the GP Advantage bar and dedicated “Gold Members only” area.
An opportunity to discover the stories behind the drivers and teams with a free Official Program.
A collectable Gold Members souvenir ticket and lanyard.
“Behind the Scenes Day” – it literally lets you get up close to preview where the action will all take place before the big race. It’s held on the Thursday of event week and includes exciting activities. There are morning and afternoon Pit Lane Walks, driver interviews, live entertainment and special access to the Paddock Club viewing deck.
“Main Straight Walk” – Experience all the action on a Formula 1 starting grid on race day. Get access to the main straight on the morning before the big race, soak up the atmosphere and take your photo on pole position.
A chance to win an unforgettable ride in a 2-seater Formula 1 car.
Even more amazing benefits will be confirmed closer to the event’s date.
As well as being able to secure a great seat, members who purchase a four day grandstand package to the 2012 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix in April will go in the draw to win a trip for two to the 2011 Formula 1 Singtel Singapore Grand Prix. The prize includes return flights, five nights accommodation and two grandstand seats.
But you’d better be quick, as the opportunity to secure your membership closes on Sunday 31 July!
To find out more, visit the Australian Grand Prix website.
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