India Formula1Grand Prix at BIC in GNoida-Red Bull's Sebastian V
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel lifts inaugural Indian Grand Prix trophy Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel wins the inaugural Indian Grand Prix Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel wins the inaugural Indian Grand Prix at the Buddh International circuit.
Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso claim 2nd and 3rd spot, Webber finishes 4th.
Sahara Force India's Adrian Sutil climbs into ninth spot, Karthikeyan set to finish 17th spot.
Greater NOIDA-New Delhi:India hold International motor sport for the first time formula one grand prix extravaganza today at the Budh International Circuit in Greater Noida.
This mega event unveils at 3 O'clock 30 Oct 2011 evening -ending by 5O' Clock composing twenty four Formula one drivers with their cars at whopping cost of 1,600 Cr Rs over five KM Buddh International Circuit for Indian Grand Prix blockbuster race to be attended by Celebrities and bigwigs with exception of sports Minister Mr Ajay Makan at this Gala Indian motor sports. India with the honour of hosting a formula one Grand Prix, few countries at their credit.
World's top F1 drivers - Michael Schumacher, Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel and Jenson Button - to display technique for youngsters likely to watch in high speed motor sport playing with skill of roads bends at the finest track.Hosts get their preparedness laurels and are proud of. India's very own Force. India will challenge the other top teams: Renault, McLaren-Mercedes, Red Bull and Ferrari, and their glamorous drivers.
Great tourist attraction descending at Greater NOIDA for this event when economies crisis loom large at developed wold into low ebb, India thus plays an important pit stop for the future of F1 as a sport, with low cost for tourism to enjoy the fun in India.
Bernie Ecclestone-led Formula One Management aggressively looking for new spectators and sponsors in emerging economies.Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone on Sunday told media that the sport gradually match the popularity of cricket in India, further said, he was satisfied with the organization of the inaugural Indian Grand Prix.
The world champion Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull yesterday scorched his way to the pole position while five drivers were imposed penalty for different breaches in the inaugural IndianGrand Prix qualifying session. The only Indian driver to race in the inaugural Indian Grand Prix, Narain Karthikeyan, was handed a five-place grid penalty for impeding German driver Michael Schumacher's car during the qualifying race.
This penalty means, he will have to start from the last position. Force India's Driver Adrian Sutil managed to stick to the eighth position. Force India's second driver, Paul di Resta settled for 13th position. Apart from the two Hispania drivers, Renault's Vitali Petrov will also move five places behind his original qualifying position of 11th since he carried a penalty from the last race in Korea, where he had collided with Schumacher. McLaren's Lewis Hamilton and Sauber's Sergio Perez also were handed three-place grid penalties for ignoring double waved yellow flags on Friday. Perez will go to 20th from qualifying position of 17th and Hamilton to fifth from original second place. Petrov will start from 16th after ending 11th in Q2.
Media agencies by Press Conference-Sagar31News at 1:24 pm