The Adelaide Auto Racing Grand Prix is an annual motor sport event held every year in Australia and scheduled to be run until 2020. The Australian Grand Prix attracts over one hundred thousand visitors every year from all over the world. The events are a major draw for television viewers because of its high profile sponsors, such as Hyundai, Honda, Toyota and Virgin. The circuit was originally designed in 1970 by Arthur Morris, and he also designed the Melbourne Grand Prix, which runs in the United Kingdom.
The Adelaide Auto Racing Grand Prix has been around for close to thirty years and has established itself as one of the premier motorsport events in Australia. It attracts some of the best drivers in the world, including Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, Kimi Raikkonen, Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen and the winner of the 2020 Formula One World Championship, Michael Schumacher. However, the main attraction at the Australian Grand Prix is its sponsorship by leading brands. Hyundai, Honda, Toyota and Virgin are sponsors of the event. Each of these sponsors has a rich history in the motor racing industry. Hyundai sponsored the first Australian Grand Prix, in 1968, and Honda sponsored the second race.
Hyundai sponsors the car makers and is represented by three of them, namely Kimi Raikkonen, Lewis Hamilton, Jari-aho, Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen. The third of these sponsors, Jari-aho, has recently become part of a global car manufacturing giant, Toyota. Mercedes Benz sponsors Hamilton and is represented by Nico Rosberg, who is one of the most talented young Formula One drivers. Ferrari sponsors Raikkonen and is represented by Lewis Hamilton, Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso. In addition to its sponsors, the circuit also features some exciting races, such as the Formula 1 Constructors' Championship, where two drivers compete for the championship. The races are fast and competitive, with plenty of overtaking involved. Both the drivers and the circuit use safety feature to enhance the race and make it as safe a track as possible for spectators and participants.
The Adelaide Auto Racing Grand Prix was originally scheduled to be run on the street circuits of Adelaide, but it was decided to run it in the suburb of Albert Park, in Sydney. The venue is known for its excellent circuit design. The circuit is oval-shaped and has a long straight section and then the race track begins. At the start line, cars are lined up facing each other, as they turn from left to right.
From here, the cars travel along the circuit for seven laps, each lap representing one hour. The final lap is the longest, and the finish is reached when the race is completed. The track is divided into sections, which are named after their layout. They are designated in the Australian Formula 1 Championship.
Although the Adelaide Auto Racing Grand Prix has been around for a long time, it was in the beginning stages that some people questioned whether it would ever be able to compete with its main rival Formula 1 races. Many people said that it was not suitable for touring car racing, because of its high profile sponsors. Today, though, the venue has been completely refurbished, making it very easy to attend. The race is now considered to be one of the major sporting events in the city of Adelaide, as well as being one of the best-known races in the world. The venues and the surrounding area in general are popular for visitors.