You can witness the first
ever Indian Grand Prix on October 30 by shelling out a minimum
of Rs 2500 but be ready to spend Rs 35000 if you want to have
the best view of cars and drivers from the Main Grand Stand.
Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone gave a thumbs up to the preparations for the inaugural Indian Grand Prix but said that the organisers need to put in extra effort to generate interest for the race in the cricket-crazy nation.
The homologation for the Buddh
International circuit, venue of the inaugural Indian Grand
Prix, has been delayed by a month but the organisers say that
pending work at the facility has nothing to do with the FIA
With Formula One supremo Bernie
Ecclestone giving a categorical assurance that the Indian
Grand Prix is very much on, Force India chairman Vijay Mallya
today said the 2011 race would be a huge boost both for