FIA happy with India GP circuit construction work

Indian GP Pit Lane

Sept.23 – FIA has declared itself satisfied with the most recent construction work at the Indian Grand Prix – Buddh International Circuit. India will host its very first F1 race on October 30, with building work ongoing at the brand-new venue and just five weeks remaining until the event begins.

An FIA statement reads: – “The WMSC received positive reports on the on-going situation in the preparation of the Indian Grand Prix from the Indian representative of the WMSC and the Formula One Commercial Rights Holder (Bernie Ecclestone).”

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