Indian GP is going to be the most exciting sport ever happened in India, claims Airtel -the official partner of Indian Grand Prix. With race just few weeks away, the preparations of the
The work at Jaypee Sports academy is in full swing. The recent images of the sports academy have been provided officially now by Parth Joshi on behalf of Jaypee Sports. You can see the complete pictures of the academy. Jaypee sports have confirmed that there will be full excitement on the Race day scheduled on 30th October. He assures the work is in fulll (Full with triple "L") swing and the engineers are working day and night to ensure that each and every thing is in place on the race day.
Indian GP Pit Lane
Jaypee Sports was also recently involved in Customs case wherein they were asked to pay Rs 600 Crore before the event. No words have been spoken regarding the same. We assume that everything is in place and despite the fact that problems are coming this being the first track in India, we hope that everything sets in place on the day much awaited by almost all the Indians.
Two of India’s finest racers- Narain Karthikeyan and Karun Chandhok have already reached the pinnacle of the sport while new talents like Armaan Eibrahim have a fat chance of being successful over the coming years. Meanwhile, India gets a place on the F1 calendar with a new, state-of-the-art race track that has come up in Greater Noida. The new race track is complete and is ready to host its first grand prix on the 30th of October. Here are a few images of the Buddh International circuit in its final stages of construction and preparation. We thank Jaypee Sports for the images of the track and the facilities around the newly built circuit.
Grand Stand under Construction
We had already provided you the complete details of the Sports complex including Race Track, Grand Stand and other videos wherein Karun Chandok himself visits the stadium in Bolero(Yeah...in Mahindra Bolero, the track that time was in its initial stages and it was all mud, so a bolder vehicle would have solved the purpose. (Click here for Virtual Tour)