After three years without racing, we’re finally heading back to Melbourne for the third round of the 2022 Formula One World Championship – and you can follow all the Williams action by clicking on ‘Newsfeed’ (above) during the event.
The Australian Grand Prix returns to the calendar but Albert Park looks slightly different to when we last hit the track there in 2019.
With a chicane removed, wider corners and three DRS zones, the action on these streets could be more dramatic than ever.
To find out more about the Australian Grand Prix, read our handy guide here
It was a memorable Australian Grand Prix return as Alex Albon finished P10 after pushing his hard tyres all the way to the end, only changing for softs on Lap 57/58.
Both cars saw the chequered flag as Nicholas Latifi crossed the line in P16.
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This week's badge featured the national bird of Australia, the Emu.
The second-largest bird in the world, this 2m-tall animal may be flightless, but can reach speeds in excess of 30mph (48km/h).
Australia is host to a wide range of iconic species, but the Emu features on the country’s coat of arms, alongside the Kangaroo.
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Times displayed are track times (UTC+10)
Practice 1: Friday 8 April - 13:00 - 14:00
Practice 2: Friday 8 April - 16:00 - 17:00
Practice 3: Saturday 9 April - 13:00 - 14:00
Qualifying: Saturday 9 April - 16:00
Race: Sunday 10 April - 15:00