The Shortest Race In History | 1991 Australian Grand Prix
1990 AUSTRALIAN 500CC GRAND PRIX (OUTRO's)
Ayrton Senna Qualifying lap, 1985 Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide
The 1990 Australian Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held on 4 November 1990 at Adelaide. This was the 500th race to contribute to the World Drivers' Championship since the series had started in 1950. The race was the 55th Australian Grand Prix and the sixth to be held on the Adelaide street circuit, which also made it the sixth AGP to be part of the Formula One World Championship. The race was held over 81 laps of the 3.78 km circuit for a race distance of 306 kilometres.
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