Sunday, 21 August 2011

Formula1, F1 Indian Grand prix tickets on sale now

For the first time ever in India the F1 race is being organized at Jaypee's Buddh International Circuit (BIC), Greater Noida from October 28th to 30th, 2011. 

BIC having a total capacity of about 110,000 has meticulously planned for the mega event and has come out with some guidelines which shall be kept in mind for smooth and enjoyable Formula One experience.

Your ticket to Indian GP will look like this :

The eventual countdown to India’s first ever Formula One Grand Prix in India has begun, with tickets for the event launched today at JP Greens Golf Course in Greater Noida.
“Now the tickets will be available for the fans online now. The rate has to be distributed according to the pavilions and stands in the ground. Tickets for the race start from Rs 2500 for the Natural South Stand and Rs 12,500 for the Premium South Stand. Tickets for the East Zone stands range from Rs 6500 to Rs 8500,” said Sameer Gaur, CEO, JP Sports International Ltd .
Spectators can enjoy the event from October 28, when the practice rounds would begin on the 5.14-km Jaypee International Race Circuit. The main event is scheduled to take place on October 30 later this year.
The pavilions and stands will have a seating capacity of almost 1,10,000 people. 

List of Prohibited Items :

Any prohibited items, if brought at the venue by mistake, may be left in your vehicle or else will have to be thrown in the bin. There is no locker facility at the circuit. For details please visit our website 

1. Large hand bags, brief cases, large ladies hand bags, backpacks, packets

2. Since smoking in public places is prohibited by law, please do not carry cigar, cigarette, beedi, match box, lighter etc.

3. Any kind of cooked / uncooked, packed / unpacked food & beverages (both alcoholic and non alcoholic)

4. Glass/plastic containers, cans, bottles, smoke canister and any type of box

5. Pets

6. Professional audio visual equipment, professional cameras

7. Any fire arm/weapon (even licensed) any other object which can be used as a weapon, fireworks, crackers, flares, inflammable material, and laser pointers

8. Musical instruments and/or amplification equipments, whistles / loud hailers

9. Bicycle, scooter, skate board, roller blade etc.

10. Chairs, stools, small tables, flags with poles

11. Any other item prohibited by law specifically or considered to be a risk to the safety and security of the circuit and spectators

The details are available online at and The citizens can call up at the Call center 39895050 and book their tickets,” added Sameer Gaur.
The racing track has been constructed at the cost of approximately $350 million. The management is expecting a full house for the first ever Indian Grand Prix. The track is also expected to host other international motorsports events from 2012

2011 FORMULA 1 AIRTEL GRAND PRIX OF INDIA - Buddh International Circuit


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