Noida: After a long, finally India is prepared for hosting the first Formula 1 Grand Prix ever in India. The Buddh International Circuit racing track has almost ready for making history in Greater Noida. The race will be held between 28-30 October 2011.
The 5.137 km long track is expanded around on 875 acres land in greater Noida some 40 km form New Delhi. There are 60 laps in the track. The experts said that, this is the one of the most challenging tracks in the world. There are some 2 lakh spectators can be sitted in a time in stands. The buddh international circuit has been divided into five zones – North, South, East, West and Paddock, each zone having its own parking facility apart from common F1 village. There will be 10 ATMs and 30 shuttle buses to carry spectators. There is a provision for parking almost 17,000 cars.
Just take a look of the Buddh International Circuit
The practice race is starting from 28 October 2011. Here is the schedule.
Friday 28 October 2011
Practice 1 10.00 AM – 11.30 AM
Practice 2 02.00 PM – 3.30 PM
Saturday 29 October 2011
Practice 3 11.00 AM – 12.00 Noon
Qualifying 02.00 PM
Sunday 30 October 2011
Race 03.00 PM
Here is the price details of formula 1 race tickets by category:
- Grand Stand: Rs. 35,000
- Premium: Rs. 12,500
- Star: Rs. 8,500
- Classic: Rs. 6,500
- Picnic: Rs. 6,000
- Natural: Rs. 2,500
Here is the direct link to register yourself on the formula 1 official website to access free to certain premium services at Formula1.com – including Live Timing, Video, Downloads and Ringtones.
The direct link for booking online tickets for formula 1 grand prix of India.
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