How to prepare for a Super Sunday at the Australian Grand Prix

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When you’re a little bit of a novice at the GP, there are no easy shortcuts when it comes to the Australian grand prix.

The rules have been set, the venues have been selected, the media and fans are on their way to the venue, and the crowds are just starting to come.

But the Australian GP can be as hard as it is rewarding.

This weekend’s race, which will see the likes of Jenson Button, Kevin Magnussen, Nico Hulkenberg and Kimi Raikkonen face off in Melbourne, is expected to draw about 500,000 spectators, according to the race organisers.

For those who have never raced the Australian, it can be difficult to get the hang of the course.

It is so small that the layout is almost impossible to navigate, even if you know what you’re doing, according, the ABC’s John Doyle.

You can’t go straight on.

You can’t look straight ahead.

It is really a straight line, so you can’t turn in the right direction, so your right foot is going to hit the brakes at the last corner.

If you have a good driver in front of you, there is a lot of room for error, Doyle says.

I had a couple of friends who had been racing here and they couldn’t get it out of their head that it was a straight-line track.

We had to go out on the paddock and they had to explain that we weren’t going in a straight straight line.

There are a lot more turns in Australia than in most countries in the world.

There are corners that you can go round, there’s some of them you can only go around.

It’s a little more forgiving on the backstretch.

The car layout has a lot to do with the course being so small.

When I first came here, I wasn’t even sure where to park my car.

There was a lot there.

I could just drive into the pits, and then I’d have to go up the inside and park and start my lap.

It was a bit confusing, so I’ve been trying to figure out where I park my cars.

Then I started watching the race and I’ve just found it really, really, incredibly hard to get into the cars.

The track itself is incredibly well-designed, it has some nice corners, but you can never really find the straight and it’s not a really big circuit.

In the first race, I was really impressed by what Jenson did, but I was expecting him to do something different to get there.

He didn’t, he just went for it and that’s what really impressed me.

To be honest, the only thing I was surprised by was the pace that I was getting, Doyle said.

From my perspective, it’s a really exciting weekend.

“I really enjoy seeing the car in action.

I’m not sure I’m going to get up to the front row.

I think that the fans will get up there and maybe get a bit of excitement from that.

On top of that, the field of drivers will be pretty competitive this weekend.

There’s a lot going on.

One of the things that I’ve noticed in my experience is the way the teams are running the cars, so it will be really interesting to see who can win on Friday and who can make it into the race.

All of those things are going to be exciting.