Be inspired in the Grandstand named after the first ever Australian Grand Prix winner, 1928 champion Arthur Waite. This Grandstand showcases the corners that Formula 1 cars are made for – the fast switchback between Turns 11 and 12.
Here, the world’s best launch into the apex at 225 km/h in sixth gear before rapidly changing direction into Turn 12, and then it’s hard on the power – all in a matter of seconds.
Witness the commitment of the gladiators in the cockpit, and the downforce of their incredible machines. Opposite the Waite Grandstand is a superscreen that shows action from the rest of the track in real-time, so you won’t miss a beat.
Food and bar facilities are a short walk away, and the Waite Grandstand also features unreserved disabled seating.