Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit Weather - Melbourne, AU
FORMULA ONE Race Weather

Melbourne, AU
1:56 am, Apr 16
56°F
L: 52° H: 60°
Feels like 55.76 °F broken clouds
Wind gusts: 2 m/s
UV Index: 0
Precipitation: 0 inch
Visibility: 10 km
Sunrise: 6:47 am
Sunset: 5:52 pm
Humidity 86 %
Pressure1025 mb
Wind 2 m/s

Forecast Discussion & Updates

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Meteorologists

IMSA Elizabeth Ohlemacher (@NHRA_weather), Aaron Studwell, Ph.D. (@RaceWeather), & Mark Sweeney (@IMSA_Wxman)

IndyCar @IndyCar_Wxman

NHRA Elizabeth Ohlemacher (@NHRA_weather)

NASCAR & Formula One Aaron Studwell, Ph.D. (@RaceWeather) & Elizabeth Ohlemacher (@NHRA_weather)

The deal to host Formula 1 in Melbourne was done in 1993, with the decision taken to create a circuit using a mixture of the existing roads around the city’s Albert Park – mainly Aughtie Drive and Lakeside Drive if you fancy driving it yourself – with a little detour through the Lakeside Stadium’s car park.
 
Just four months after Adelaide held its last Australian Grand Prix at the end of 1995, the Formula 1 teams were back in Australia for Melbourne’s first Grand Prix at the start of 1996. That race is most often remembered for Martin Brundle’s infamous Jordan crash at Turn 3 after he launched himself off the back of Johnny Herbert’s Sauber.
 
 
 

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Connecticut’s Lime Rock Park holds a place in the trinity of legendary road racing circuits in North America. Wisconsin’s Road America – opened in 1955 – along with California’s Laguna Seca and Lime Rock, both opened in 1957, are among the oldest continuously operated road racing circuits in the U.S. However, only Lime Rock’s circuit remains exactly the same as when it opened in spring of that year.
 
At once historic and modern without a hint of a grandstand, Lime Rock Park is fan friendly in the extreme. A beautiful park in the truest sense, even those who are not motorsports fans appreciate what Lime Rock Park has to offer.
 
It’s place in motor racing history began with the race which forever changed the face of the sport in America; The 1959 Formula Libre event. The best pros and the best amateurs in the best cars went head-to-head in a three-heat format. Thanks in equal part to its major media coverage and the startling result – Indy 500 winner Roger Ward won the contest in a midget, besting F1 cars and world championship sports cars – the Formula Libre weekend knocked down the walls that had separated professional road racing drivers from their amateur brethren.
 

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