Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews (centre) announces the successful retention of the Formula One Grand Prix for Melbourne, Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015 . Premier Andrews says securing the Formula One Grand Prix for Melbourne until 2023 was a very competitive process.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews (centre) announces the successful retention of the Formula One Grand Prix for Melbourne, Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015 . Premier Andrews says securing the Formula One Grand Prix for Melbourne until 2023 was a very competitive process. AAP Image - Genevieve Gannon

Vic premier rubs NSW nose in Formula One win

THE rivalry between the premiers of Victoria and NSW continues over competition to host the Australian Formula One Grand Prix. 

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews took to Facebook to rub salt in his NSW counterpart Premier Mike Baird's wounds after the race was confirmed for Melbourne.

He offered to buy Mr Baird a ticket to come and watch the event.

Mr Baird previously campaigned to get the race moved to NSW and across the Sydney Harbour Bridge.



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