We have seen Formula One cars bulleting through the Budhh International circuit (BIC). Someone on television and some real lucky guys from the circuit itself. Well, here comes the fabulous opportunity for everyone who passions driving for February 17 has been declared as the open track day. On that day anyone with valid driving license can drive their cars and bikes on the Buddh track.
But it is bit expensive to drive through your dream track since it is charged Rs. 4000 for car and Rs. 3000 for bike per hour. However, an hour is absolutely free, provided if we book 3 hours in advance.
However, it's not sure whether every vehicle will be allowed to pass to the circuit. Because each and every vehicle has to go under certain check up to get ensured whether the vehicle is appropriate for the race track and follows the standards of formula one. Followed by the check up, the riders will be given an awareness class on the laws of track, secure driving techniques, circuit info and emergency situations by the professional instructors. After this courses only one will be allowed to showcase his or her talents on the race track.
Moreover, the officials of the Buddh circuit also promises some rounds in the Mercedes Benz cars for the public. For that SLS, E Class, C Class and M Class variants will be tracked on the circuit. Auto enthusiasts have to pay additional price from Rs. 1500 to Rs. 7500 for this wonderful experience.
The Buddh International Circuit is exactly situated at Greater Noida, in Uttar Pradesh, India, near to the national capital New Delhi. The circuit is operated by Jaypee Sports International Limited (JPSI), which is wholly subsidiary firm of the Rs.18,000 crore venture, Jaypee Group.
"We know that India is one of the finest destinations for autosport enthusiasts and that's why we bring in such a fabulous opportunity for riders across the country. Hopefully, the debut open track at the BIC will bring in more and more maniacs to the circuit to showcase and to perform their way of rolling wheels. Here, auto-freaks can also spend time in their dream cars of Mercedes Benz," said Mr Sameer Gaur, MD & CEO, Jaypee Sports International Limited.
Registration can be done at the official website of Buddh International Circuit.
The BIC will be opened for public on 17 February 2013.
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