The future of Formula 1 in India depends on income tax hurdles but Superbike World Championship (WSBK) is finally set to take place at the Buddh International Circuit in 2017, Jaypee Sports International (JPSI) chief Sameer Gaur has said.
The Indian Grand Prix is expected to return in 2016 as a "fruitful" meeting between Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone and race promoters has prepared the ground for the comeback of the high-profile event.
Sameer Gaur, CEO of Indian Grand Prix promoters Jaypee Sports International, has said the Formula 1’s return to the Buddh International Circuit (BIC) in 2015 will depend on how the next central government treats the sport.
The future of Indian Grand Prix might be uncertain after this year`s race but host Jaypee Sports International Limited`s CEO Sameer Gaur says the country will not lose the Formula One event and will surely have two more races.
The Chief Executive Officer-cum-Managing Director of Jaypee Sports International Sameer Gaur is hopeful that the premier motorsport event will make a grand comeback in India in 2015 after being pulled off in 2014.