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Buddh International Circuit Receives Homologation


The Buddh International circuit has received homologation clearance from FIA. The homologation was cleared today by Charlie Whiting. The first ever Indian GP is now officially scheduled for 30th October, 2011. Mr. Whiting, who is the race director and the safety delegate reviewed the circuit to deem it safe for racing and spectators. FIA guidelines are very strict and there are various parameters which the motorsport federation looks into before giving the green flag to a new circuit.

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  • Madhav

    Passed strict FIA rules???
    How come CWG became such a fiasco???

    • Parimal

      CWG became mess as it was being run by morons sitting in Central Govt, some are now in Tihar & Congress wasn’t involved in this F1 circuit. Good to see private sector doing what the Govt failed to do. And thank God Congress is not in power in UP, else the name would be idiot Rajiv Gandhi circuit or junk Nehru circuit.

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