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THE F1 INDIAN GRAND PRIX

Formula One Indian GP at the Buddh International Circuit, India

 THE INDIAN GRAND PRIX

Buddh International Circuit, in Greater Noida, near Delhi will host the inaugural Formula One Indian Grand Prix on October 30 2011; it was inaugurated on 18 Oct 2011. The first ever Indian GP kick offs on 30th October, 2011 Following the FIA guidelines (Which happen to be very strict along with various parameters which the motor-sport federation looks into before giving the green flag to a new circuit) the Buddh international Circuit is all ready to say GET-SET-GO at the end of October 2011.

Indian Grand Prix - Buddh International Circuit
Indian Grand Prix – Buddh International Circuit

 

The circuit boasts of 5.137 km track. The expected lap time for a Formula One car around the 5,137m long track, is 1 minute, 27.02 seconds, at an average speed of 210.03 km/h. There will be a total of sixty laps in the race.

Indian Grand Prix - Buddh International Circuit
Indian Grand Prix – Buddh International Circuit
Indian Grand Prix - Buddh International Circuit
Buddh International Circuit
Indian Grand Prix - Buddh International Circuit
Buddh International Circuit
Indian Grand Prix - Buddh International Circuit
Buddh International Circuit


Indian Grand Prix - Buddh International Circuit
Indian Grand Prix – Buddh International Circuit


It is poised to be a star-studded affair with the presence of Bollywood celebrities, business tycoons and much awaited performance of pop-star Lady Gaga. 

Indian Grand Prix - Buddh International Circuit
Indian Grand Prix – Buddh International Circuit


The challenging nature of the gradient change in the track — it’s 14 degrees from the base at its highest point — and width that actively encourages overtaking sets up the Airtel Indian GP as one of the most exciting races of the season. And the best bit is that it’s here to stay. 
Hindustan Times

Indian Grand Prix - Buddh International Circuit
Indian Grand Prix – Buddh International Circuit

Race grid line up , who do you think who would grab the podium stops ?

Indian Grand Prix - Buddh International Circuit
Indian Grand Prix – Buddh International Circuit



Heartbeats have increased incredibly; the excitement cannot be missed! Are you all set for the Race Day of the 2011 FORMULA 1 AIRTEL GRAND PRIX OF INDIA? 
The countdown has begun, ready to witness the history?


 

Race Schedule:

 
[ Thursday 27th October ]
Formula One Press Conference – Press Room 15:00
Formula One F1 Drivers Autograph Session 16:00 – 17:00
 
[ Friday 28th October ]
Formula One Practice 1 10:00 – 11:30
Formula One Practice 2 14:00 – 15:30
 
[ Saturday 29th October ]
Formula One Practice 3 11:00 – 12:00
Formula One Qualifying 14:00
 
[ Sunday 30th October ]
Formula One Race 15:00
 
Indian Grand Prix - Buddh International Circuit
Buddh International Circuit – VrrroooOOMMM!!
 
 

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