Yay! BIC To Organize Trackdays For General Public on 22 April. Registrations open

| April 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

Here’s a big reason for the racing enthusiasts in India to smile. Country’s only F1 track, the Buddh International Circuit (BIC) has opened its doors to general public. Track’s owners Jaypee Sports International Limited have come up with the concept of open track days for the circuit, where you would be allowed to take your personal vehicles on to the track. Here are some details:

Date for the first open track day- 22nd Apr ‘12 

Register yourself by filling up the Registration Form that can be received from the below mentioned source.

The charges for 1 session is INR 7599 and it is INR 18749 for three sessions.  

Contact Details:-

Website : www.jaypeesports.com

Contact No.: 0120 4428034/36 (9.30 am – 6 pm)

Email ID : bic.timetrial@jalindia.co.in

Our guess is that a total of 120 enthusiasts will get to drive on the circuit on each trackday. That number is not very high, and in NCR, where every other guys thinks he’s the Prime Minister, there’s going to be some fight to grab those limited seats. BIC says the reservations will be done on first come first serve basis.

 

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