India's F1 track to be unveiled today

Updated: 18 October 2011 09:51 IST

The Buddh international circuit for India's first Formula One race will be unveiled today. With this all speculations related to the completion of the track will come to an end.

India's F1 track to be unveiled today
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New Delhi:

The Buddh International Circuit for India's first Formula One race will be unveiled today. With this all speculations related to the completion of the track will come to an end.

The event will include a guided tour of the circuit and a car show. The organisers will also interact with the mediapersons after the car show.

The track is spread in 875 acres and its length is 5.14 kilometers(3.19 miles). The width of the track is in between 18 meters to 20 meters. The track has 16 turns and the average speed on this track is 210 kph. This track is designed by Hermann Tilke.

NDTV.com will LIVE BLOG the event to bring to you the latest updates from the circuit. Keep watching this space for more.

 

 

 

 

Topics : Formula 1 Indian Grand Prix McLaren Michael Schumacher Karun Chandhok Bahrain Grand Prix
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