How to watch the Phoenix Water Grand Prix (VIDEO)

By Tom BrownThe Phoenix Water grand prix will be held on Saturday.

It will be the biggest sporting event of the year, with hundreds of thousands of people taking to the roads.

We know what you’re thinking.

The only thing more important than the race?

The grand priX.

So how will it work?

Here’s what you need to know.

How much does it cost?

The race will be televised live from the start of the race.

This means it will cost just under $100,000 to be in attendance.

That’s about $7.6m in 2015 dollars.

The race is set to cost $40m to $50m, but it is unclear how much will be spent on TV, digital and other media.

This is the first race to be held in a new venue, Phoenix Raceway, which is currently being built at the Queensland Government’s new $60m race track.

The event will be run in a similar fashion to the 2016 Grand Prix of Brisbane, but without the new race track and the new venue.

The Phoenix Racetrack is the same venue used for the grand prixes of the past, and was originally the venue for the 2008 and 2012 Brisbane Grand Prix.

The new race venue is a huge step forward for the sport.

It is a 20-metre (65ft) stretch of track and will provide an ideal platform for race cars and spectators to gather, and a venue for fans to watch on a big screen.

It’s a lot of racecars.

The number of cars on the grid will be 100, with a total of 60 cars in the field.

This is a lot for one race.

Phoenix Raceway is a big step forward in Brisbane’s motorsport.

The city of Brisbane and the Queensland government are working on a new $50 million race track for the 2020 Grand Prix that will be a mix of racing venues, hotels and other amenities.

The grand prixs of the future will be watched from a huge screen.

The Grand Prix is a unique opportunity for the Queenslanders and Queensland’s racing community to show off the sport to the world.

The race is a massive event and one of the most anticipated events of the summer.

The event is the only grand prize to be run on Australian soil.

It comes just weeks after the Grand Prix in Melbourne, which attracted more than $20 million worth of revenue for the state.

It will be seen by millions of Australians.

The Phoenix race is also the first event in Australia to feature the Formula 1 Grand Prix series, which has been in Brisbane since 2012.

The first grand prixe was held in the state of Victoria in 2006, and the first Grand Prix to be televised in Australia took place in Melbourne in 2012.

Australia’s Grand Prix Grand Prix will be broadcast on FOX Sports on Saturday night (AEDT), with live coverage on FOX Sport 1 and FOX Sport 2 on FOX TV, with additional coverage on Fox Sports 3 on FOX SPORTS 3.

Phoenix will be streamed live from Phoenix Raceways, which will be hosted by the AFL.

The Brisbane Grand Grand Prix was hosted by AFL grand finalist Nathan Jones.

Jones was born in Brisbane, so it will be exciting to see the city host this event.

The AFL is the Australian Football League’s national governing body.

Phoenix and Brisbane are both home to major sporting events.

Brisbane is home to the AFL Grand Final and the Grand Final is staged in Brisbane.

Phoenix has hosted the Australian Grand Final twice, which saw a total attendance of 1.6 million people.

The 2016 Grand Final was held there.

Phoenix was also the site of the 2011 Australian Grand Prix and the 2011 Grand Final, which drew over 2 million spectators.

Phoenix is the site for the 2017 Australian Grand Tour.

The final will be staged at the Brisbane Grand Course on Saturday, August 8, 2021.

The Australian Grand Race was hosted in the Brisbane city centre from November 14 to December 6, 2021, with an attendance of more than 1.2 million people in attendance for a total crowd of over 3 million.

Phoenix, which had previously hosted the Sydney Cup in 2017, has hosted an event in Brisbane every year since.

The 2017 Australian GP was also held at Phoenix Racers, which was the venue of the grand final in 2019.

Phoenix hosted the Brisbane GP from July 27 to August 6, 2020, which also attracted a total audience of more the 3 million people that attended the race in 2021.

Phoenix hosts the Melbourne Cup in 2021, the Melbourne Grand Prix, the 2017 Grand Prix on Friday and the Melbourne State Grand Prix every year.

Phoenix’s hosting of the Grand Tour in 2021 is the fourth time it has hosted a Grand Prix race in the past.

Phoenix RaceTrack is a state of the art, 20-meter stretch of asphalt.

Phoenix Speedway was built in 2000 to serve the Queensland city of Melbourne.

Phoenix also has a large presence in Australia, including hosting events in Melbourne and Brisbane.

The Queensland Government