|The Australian Grand Prix exists since 1950 but didn’t form a part of the Formula 1 World Championship calendar until 1985 when it took place at the Adelaide Street Circuit. In 1996 the race moved to Melbourne, specifically to Albert Park, a street circuit which is used once a year for this event. It is a quick track with few straights meaning that overtaking is not a simple task. Since it is a street circuit, there isn’t much grip at the start of the weekend but this improves as the days pass by. The Australian Grand Prix tends to be an exciting race as it gets the Championship underway and many surprise results can occur.