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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Indian F1 circuit logo unveiled and ticket details

Buddh Indian Grand Prix Circuit Logo
The official logo of the Buddh International Circuit (BIC) which will be hosting the inaugural Indian GP coming October has been unveiled. The circuit, named after its location in Gautam Budh Nagar in Greater Noida, is nearing completion at rapid rate and looks all set to be in shape for its designated FIA homologation date of June 30th. The stylised B logo representing ‘Bharat’ (India) proudly wears the colours of the Indian tricolour, simultaneously resembling the shape of a heart. The 5.14-km Herman Tilke-designed layout looks promising as the BIC will be the first Formula One circuit to conform to the latest set of FIA guidelines to promote closer racing by providing ample opportunities for overtaking.

Prices will range from INR 2,500 for the grassy lawns to INR 5,000 to other regular stands around the circuit. To watch the race from main grandstand however, you will need to shell out a pricey INR 25 thousand for a weekend worth of F1 action.
Also, the F1 circuit has a total capacity of 1,25,000 seats spread across the circuit with the grand stand alone big enough for 25,000 motorsport fans. All said, we’re still in the dark as to when exactly bookings for the tickets will open on BookMyShow.
India will host its first ever Formula 1 event in the month of October (28th to 30th) with Sunday’s race scheduled tentatively at 1500 GMT local time.

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