Two support races for maiden Indian Grand Prix

New Delhi: The Buddh International Circuit will host two support races -- the JK Asia Series and the Delhi Championship with MRF -- before the inaugural Formula One Indian Grand Prix on October 30.

The organisers released the race calender on Friday according to which the first practice session for the race will be held at 1000hrs on October 28 and the second at 1400hrs on the same day.

The third and final practice session will take place at 1100hrs on October 29, three hours before the crucial qualifying session.

The 60-lap race will start at 1500hrs on Sunday, the October 30.

The Delhi championship and the JK Asia series will have two races, one each on Saturday and Sunday.

"We are thrilled to be hosting the first ever F1 Grand Prix in India and intend to make this the most compelling race of the year. The excitement, about the race and the circuit, has built up considerably and our aim is to make this a complete and memorable experience for all our guests," Sameer Gaur, MD and CEO of JPSI said through a press release.


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