The V8 Supercars will return to the Albert Park track for a non-championship round. According to Speedcafe sources, there is no chance of V8s getting its own pit-lane next year, meaning that three shorter races will be run. One thing that is for sure, though – the ‘Manufacturers Challenge' will will be dumped after two uninspiring years.
Also on the grid at the March event will be Australian GT, Formula Ford and MINI Challenge – all contesting rounds of their Australian championships and series. The final category on the bill is New Zealand's ever-popular Formula 5000. The F5000s will contest the final round of their Tasman Cup Revival Series
A special Historic demonstration category will be showcase ‘non-racing' event, celebrating all things Italian Motorsport, helping to mark the 100th anniversary of Alfa Romeo.
The Australian Grand Prix will run at the Albert Park street circuit on March 25-28.