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Fans will no longer be allowed trackside to watch the Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park after organisers acted following a dangerous track invasion last year. Last year pectators managed to break through security lines and run onto the track before the end of the race at Albert Park. Stewards ordered Australian Grand Prix organisers to urgently produce a ‘remediation plan’ following the invasion. ‘A large group of spectators managed to break the security lines and accessed the track while the race was still ongoing,’ the report read. More than 440,000 fans attended the Australian Grand Prix weekend in Melbourne last year, where a chaotic race unfolded.

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