Indian Grand Prix scheduled from October 26 to 28

Updated: 18 October 2012 12:49 IST

The schedule for the Indian Grand Prix, which was added in the Formula One Calendar in 2011, has been announced. The F1 race and other events will be held over the weekend from October 26 to 28 at the Buddh International Circuit.

Indian Grand Prix scheduled from October 26 to 28

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The schedule for the Indian Grand Prix, which was added in the Formula One Calendar in 2011, has been announced. The F1 race and other events will be held over the weekend from October 26 to 28 at the Buddh International Circuit.


Here is the detailed schedule:

Friday, October 26:

JK Racing Asia Series (practice): 08:45-09:15
F1 first practice: 10:00-11:30
MRF challenge (practice): 12:00-12:30
F1 Paddock Club (pit lane walk) 12:35-13:45
F1 second practice: 14:00-15:30
F1 press conference: 16:00-17:00
MRF challenge (Qualifying): 16:00-16:30
Marshall Pit Lane Walk : 17:45

Saturday, October 27:

JK Asia Racing Series (Qualifying): 09:15-09:45
F1 Paddock Club (pit lane walk): 09:50-10:40
F1 third practice: 11:00-12:00
MRF Championship 1st Race (10 Laps or 25 Mins): 12:25-12:55
F1 Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk: 13:00-13:45
F1 Qualifying: 14:00
JK Asia Racing Series 1st Race (10 Laps or 25 Mins): 15:30-16:00

Sunday, October 28:

F1 Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk: 10:00-10:50
MRF Championship 2nd Race (10 Laps or 25 Mins): 11:00-11:30
JK Asia Racing Series 2nd Race (10 Laps or 25 Mins): 12:00-12:30
F1 Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk: 12:35-14:15
F1 drivers grid parade: 13:30
F1 starting grid presentation: 13:40-14:15
National Anthem: 14:46
Grand Prix: 15:00



Topics : Formula 1 Indian Grand Prix
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