Indian GP organisers release tickets at special prices

New Delhi: Due to heavy demand, organizers of the maiden Indian Grand Prix, Jaypee Sports International Limited; has decided to release its reserved quota of tickets at special prices.

Instead of shelling out Rs 35,000 for a three-day combined grandstand ticket, Formula One fans would now be able to watch the main race on the final day for Rs 15,000.

The grandstand at the 1,10,000 capacity Buddh International Circuit here can accommodate about 20,000 spectators.

A seat in the classic stand will cost Rs 4,000 for the race day instead of Rs 6,500 for three days, which include the Friday practice sessions and the qualifying on Saturday.

Similarly, a ticket for the picnic stands can be bought for Rs 3,000 instead of Rs 6,000.

The offer is however not valid on tickets for the premium stand, located next to the grandstand and priced at Rs 12,500.

Unlike the normal tickets which are valid for three days- October 28, 29 and 30th - the special offer tickets are valid only for the final day.


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