The Australian GP return after two years. The race was intended to be the season opener of the 2020 season, but Albert Park was unable to host it then and again the following year.
Chris Medland, A popular F1 journalist says in his column: “Landing in Melbourne feels a bit like going back to the crime scene. A little over two years ago the world was changing rapidly and Formula 1 – along with the race organizers – were trying to pretend it wasn’t.”
The journalist snubbed sports authorities and organizers for failing to recognize the changes the world was going through in 2020. However, he also expressed his delight at the return of the Australian GP, saying: “And now here we are, back in Australia, with a brand new set of rules that seems to offer a much better racing product, and with a sport that’s in an incredibly healthy position.”
Chris Medland’s 2022 Australian GP review
In his column, Chris brings out several points that make the race in Australia exciting and a must-do. He also appreciates the authorities’ efforts to keep F1 healthy despite some clumsy rumors in Australia 2020.
He said, “F1 is in a virtuous cycle, with a good on-track product that attracts new audiences, leading to additional sponsorship interest and improved financial prospects so the focus can be on the on-track product and all continue. After the mess in Melbourne two years ago, to be in such a strong position now is an incredibly impressive achievement.”
The Australian GP is set to be the third race of the season. The legendary race has made some changes to its layout on its comeback to make racing even more exciting with the new generation of vehicles.
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