Buddh International Circuit

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The Buddh International Circuit is a motorsport race track in Greater Noida, near Delhi, in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India. It was designed by Hermann Tilke. The route length is 5.125 km. On October 30, 2011 was held there for the first time the Grand Prix of India as part of the Formula 1 instead.

The slightly hilly modeled in the landscape distance is referred to by some drivers as a " rollercoaster ride ". Since motorcycle races are held in the Buddh International Circuit, the concrete curbs have a higher profile than pure racing car prices, which is an increased risk for Monoposto contact means.

The course was renamed in April 2011 by Jaypee Group Circuit in Buddh International Circuit. The track was named after Buddha, to set an example for peace and inner calm.

All winners of the Formula 1 race in Greater Noida

Record winner Driver: Sebastian Vettel ( 3) Record winner designers: Red Bull ( 3) Record winner Engine Manufacturer: Renault ( 3) Record winner tire manufacturer Pirelli ( 3) Record winner nations: Germany ( 3)

Pictures of Buddh International Circuit