Circuit Overview India. 3 circuits bookable in this region.

India

India has recently become the focus of international interest as motorsport venue - after the second-most populated country in the world was added to the Formula 1 calendar. However, motor racing has a long tradition in the in India, with the country’s first race, for gentleman drivers, being staged in 1904, and the first professional car- and motorcycle event held in Chennai in 1953.
Immediately after World War II a number of airfields were converted to racetracks; however, none of these survived to the present day, and have recently been replaced by a number of new circuits, with the best-known being the ultra-modern, Herman Tilke-designed Buddh International Circuit, which started hosting Formula 1 in 2011.

Buddh International Circuit

  • Type(s): Race Track
  • FIA-Grade(s): None
  • Vehicles allowed: Formula Car, Sports Car, Motobike, Race Truck, Road Car
  • Length: 5,137 m
  • Possible Variants: 1
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