The Australian Grand Prix has been the most watched and most hotly anticipated event in Formula One history.
It has also been the biggest money maker for the sport in Australia.
The 2015 season saw the race earn more than $4 billion, with revenue of $1.4 billion and $1 billion in ticket sales, according to the Australian Grand Final.
The race was also the most lucrative sporting event in the country.
The average price of a ticket to the Grand Prix is $1,250.
It can easily be purchased on eBay for $400.
The first Grand Prix in Melbourne, in 2010, sold out in a week.
The cheapest ticket at the race, a $150 one-day pass, can be bought on the secondary market for $350.
The prices are only half the price of ticket sales at a Formula One race.
A ticket to a Formula 1 race can be sold for $300 on eBay.
Ticket sales can also be done online through Formula One Ticket, which offers a range of discounted tickets including a Grand Prix ticket for $30.
On average, Australians pay about $60 per seat for a Formula one race.
In the 2016 season, the race sold out its entire field of 22 cars for just under three hours.
The price of the tickets on the primary market dropped from $400 to $300 in less than two weeks, while the price on eBay dropped from more than one million to about 1.1 million.
The 2016 Grand Prix was a success for the organisers, with fans lining up to buy tickets.
However, in 2017, the popularity of the race has waned.
According to a 2017 Australian Grand Total, only 21 cars sold out during the first six races.
Tickets to the race were also sold out on the first day of the event, as well as the first two days.
The season has also seen the demise of the Australian grand prix as a popular event for fans.
According the 2016 Grand Total that was sold out, fans had to wait an hour and a half to get into the venue.
Fans who purchased tickets on eBay had to go into the paddock the following day to get in.
“Fans will never again have to wait in the paddocks and watch the cars get in the garage,” Formula One Chief Executive Bernie Ecclestone said.
“It is time for Formula One to move on.”
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