|2011 Indian Grand Prix starts|
Double world champion Sebastian Vettel praises the organizers of the Indian Grand Prix. Vettel call the newly-built Buddh International Circuit as a spanking track in such a short time.
"It's great to see what the people did here with the arena in such a short amount of time. There were little bit (hiccups) here and there but it is common in a first race. I am sure next year everything will be perfect," Vettel told the reporters after the 2011 Indian GP.
"The circuit is quite challenging. It is easy to commit mistake here. I enjoyed the circuit. (It has) some great high speed corners," he added.
Now the massive reaction reports for the second Indian F1 Grand Prix. Freshly the organizers revealed they are sold 21,000 tickets still two months left the event. Most fans are south Indians, they are already buy 6000 tickets.
Tickets for picnic stand, price range Rs. 3500, and premium stand, costing Rs 14,000, have received most demand. And also it’s a cheap rate for the foreigners (Rs 3500 = $63, Rs 14,000 = $252). Main Grand Stand and Premium stand tickets, costing Rs 30,000 and 14,000 in that order.
The newly branded Buddh International Circuit has a capacity to accommodate 95,000 fans. 30% tickets buy from South Indian fans 24% from West, 21% by North and 12% from East India.
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Buddh International Circuit built at a cost of US $350 million, the circuit featured 5.5 Kilometers in length, and current this is the second fastest average speed of any circuit. The track is one of the fastest in the world, with the cars reaching 320 kmph. Last year Sebastian Vettel took the victory.
But the Indians still need full coverage broadcasting of the event, Last year ESPN/Star Sports broadcast only Qualifying and Race. The Indian motorsports fans will absolutely rock the second Formula 1 event at Buddh International Circuit and the performance its activity excitement to the world.
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