In fact there’s nothing like it, with the world’s fastest cars, coolest celebrities (like Sydney FC’s Alessandro Del Piero, pictured) and latest technology converging on Melbourne for four days of breathtaking action. 

Will Finland’s Kimi Raikkonen repeat his success from last year with new team Ferrari or will it be new teammate Fernando Alonso or old foe and world champion Sebastian Vettel? 

There are many ticket options available, from corporate to general admission which comes in at $99 on race day. 

If you can’t get a ticket, NBCSN will feature live coverage of both practice sessions and race qualifying. The race itself is 1:30am ET on March 16.

When: Mar 13-16

Where: Albert Park, Melbourne

Cost: Community day on Thursday is free to attend