F1 in India: The most expensive sport in the world Formula one, is schedule to be held in India on 30 of october at Buddh International Circuit Greater Noida. There are 68 different circuits have hosted world championship races throughout,The most recent new venue to host Grand Prix is Korean International Circuit, Now by hosting the Formula 1 India will be included in the list of countries to host Grand prix. The Buddh International Track is all set to host the highest class of single seater auto racing the Formula One Airtel Grand Prix in India between the 28th and 30th of October 2011.Tickets range from Rs 2,500 for the natural stands to Rs 35,000 for the grand stand.Buddh International Circuit: The Buddh International Circuit is a F1 racing track located in Greater Noida near Delhi, India. Buddh International Race Circuit has been designed by renowned German architect and racetrack designer, Herman Tilke.The buddh formula one circuit is about to host the inaugural F1 Indian Grand prix on 30 October 2011,officially inaugrated on 18 October 2011. The 10 billion cost Buddh International Circuit has a lenght of 5.14 KM,with 1.1 laks seating capacity in an area of 875 acres. The circuit is a part of Jaypee Greens Sports City,which will also have hockey stadium, golf course, cricket stadium and sports academy. The sprawling circuit will be a part of Jaypee Green Sports city and will also be used for hosting one or more rounds of Moto GP championships in the year 2012.Force India F1 Team: The Force India now known as Sahara Force India Formula One Team owned by Indian billionaire Vijay Mallya took over from the former Spyker team in 2008. The Indian GP, UB Group’s Vijay Mallya sold 42.5 per cent stake in his Force India team to Sahara India Pariwar.Force India drivers:
Adrian Sutil – A German racing driver
Paul di Resta – A British racing driver
Engine: Mercedes FO 108Y V8
Base: Silverstone, England based Formula One motor racing team.
Indian F1 Drivers:
Narain Karthikeyan: Kumar Ram Narain Karthikeyan born in Madras, is the first Formula One motor racing driver from India. He debut in 2005 with the Jordan team,In 2011 he is driving for the Hispania Racing team in Formula One.
Karun Chandhok: Karun Chandhok, Another Madras base Indian racing driver,who made his debut in 2010 for Hispania Racing in the open cockpit motor racing formula one.