Video: Indian F1 track - a virtual flying lap
India's Buddh International Circuit makes its F1 debut in October
India's Buddh International Circuit makes its F1 debut in October, and this short promotional video gives you some idea of the challenges that face teams as they head to the country for the first ever Indian Grand Prix.
The 5.1km track - situated 60kms from the heart of New Delhi, has 16 turns and will accommodate 150,000 race fans on October 30. The main pit straight grand stand will take a bulk of the specatators with 30,000 seats, while others around the circuit will cater for the remaining crowd.
Officials say the circuit will be one of the fastest on the F1 calendar, with speeds on the 1km back straight reaching 300km/h.
Tickets for the race went on sale on Saturday.