On 7 November 1993 George Harrison attended the Adelaide Grand Prix in Australia.
Harrison was a keen motor racing fan, and in 1979 released the song ‘Faster’ about his love of the sport.
In Adelaide he gave an interview to a local news crew from Channel 9 who were covering the race.
The race was won by Brazilian driver Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Ford), followed by France’s Alain Prost (Williams-Renault) and the UK’s Damon Hill (Williams-Renault). The course was a temporary circuit in Victoria Park and the surrounding streets.
Last updated: 9 February 2023
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