23 February 2018

Come and talk about F1... in Melbourne

If you are going to go to Melbourne for the Grand Prix and want something to do on Friday evening, why not buy a ticket to my annual Audience with Joe, a chance for F1 fans to ask questions - and to meet other F1 fans. There is no shortage of subject matter at the moment with the halo, Liberty Media and all the new cars. The event will be at the West Beach Bathers Pavilion, located at 330A Beaconsfield Parade, St Kilda, which is right down on the beach.  It is within easy reach of Albert Park by tram and a pleasant walk from the Canterbury Road entrance, if you prefer. The event will kick off at 7pm on Friday, March 23, and it will run until 11pm, with food and drink available throughout the evening at normal bar prices.

The tickets cost A$70 and there was a big turnout last year, so it is best to book early as the number of tickets is limited in order to ensure that everyone has a chance to ask their questions. We are expecting a sell-out crowd, so don't leave it to the last minute. You might not get in.

You can buy a ticket by clicking here

If you don't know about the audience, here is a quick idea about what people think about my events:

Phil Branagan
After eons of listening to Joe yacking about F1 (and many other topics) I sent my brother and his mate off to one of his chats in Melbourne a few years ago. They came back impressed, and then wondered why I don’t know as much about this as JS does. Few do. Highly recommended.

Francesco Zargani
Having attended my first talk with Joe in Singapore last year, I can truly say they are awesome and would highly recommend it to anyone lucky to be in Melbourne during those days.

paperballpark
I went to the one in London about a week ago – the first time I’ve been to one. It was very interesting, informative, and absolutely worth the money. Joe really knows his stuff, and isn’t afraid of saying what he thinks. I’d thoroughly recommend it to anyone with an interest in F1 – you won’t regret it!

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