Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix – Special Covers 1993.
The Australian Grand Prix was first held in Philip Island in 1928.
This Grand Prix is the second oldest surviving motor racing competition in Australia.
The race became part of Formula 1 Grand Prix Championships in 1985 when it was first held in Adelaide Street Circuit Adelaide South Australia.
Australian Driver Lex Davison and German Driver Michael Schumacher hold the record of most wins in Australian Grand Prix at Four titles each. Mclaren and Ferrari hold the Constructors record of twelve wins each.
1993 race Winner was Ayrton Senna of Brazil driving a Mclaren- Ford on 07 Nov 1993.
2019 – Valtteri Bottas(Finland) driving a Mercedes won the race followed by the Defending F1 Champion Lewis Hamiton (Great Britain) also driving a Mercedes
The 1993 Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix was held in Adelaide from 04 Nov to 07 Nov 1993.
Four Special covers were released for each day of the race in 1993
APS Cover Dec 2018 – Bicentenary of Nasirabad Cantonment
APS Cover issued on 27 Dec 2018 to mark Bicentenary of Nasirabad Cantonment. Sir David Ochterlony founded the present Military Garrison of Nasirabad in 1818. It was named Nasirabad after Sir David was conferred with the title of “Nasir-ud-Daula”. The Rajputana Rifles, Grenadiers and The Poona Horse were first to come and occupy the Cantonment. CQMH Abdul Hamid Param Vir Chakra went to 1965 War from Nasirabad.
APS Cover Dec 2018 – Bicentenary of 2nd Battalion The Rajputana Rifles.
APS Cover issued on 24 Dec 2018 to mark Bicentenary of 2nd Battalion The Rajputana Rifles. It was raised on 05 Nov 1817. Captain John Augustus Wood was awarded Victoria Cross on 09 Dec 1856 during Battle of Bushire. The Battalion earned victories in Battle of Tololing during 1999 Kargil War