Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Ferrai to launch training programs in India at Buddh International Circuit- set up a Training School

Ferrari will conduct new owner training program in the Indian auto market after its successful mark at India’s first Formula One racing Tournament held last week. Apart from training program for the Ferrari owners, the Italian automaker is even planning to organize a new challenge series at the Buddha International Circuit, Greater Noida.

The idea is why not have our challenger series (a racing competition) and have customer training programmes now that there is a world-class track here in India,” Ferrari Chief Executive Officer Amedeo Felisa told reporters.

Shreyans Group Chairman Ashish Chordia said by the first quarter of next year, Ferrari might finalise modalities for the challenger series and customer training programmes in India.

Ferrari recently launched Ferrari FF in India at a price of Rs 3.42 Crores. The company did not say much about the targets of the car, but said we will first judge the consumer response in India.

Meanwhile, Mercedes has also announced to set up a driving academy in India. Click here to see more.


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