What is Buddh International Circuit?
The Buddh International Circuit (B. I. C.) is a Formula 1 (F 1) racing track.
Where is the Buddh International Circuit located?
Buddh International Circuit location is in Greater Noida in Uttar Pradesh.
What is this Formula One racing track famous for?
This International Circuit in Uttar Pradesh has gained its worldwide fame for hosting the first F 1 Indian Grand Prix, which is scheduled to be held on 30th October, 2011.
How well connected is this racing track?
This circuit, located beside the river Yamuna at Gautam Buddha Nagar is well connected to the other parts of the city. Proximity to the Indian capital city of Delhi makes the track even connected to international destinations. The Delhi International Airport is located at a distance of 71.8 km, which assures international visitors to the place. It takes around 1 hour and 9 mins to reach the race track from the International Airport of Delhi by road. Besides that, Buddh International Circuit is inter-linked to the other parts of the country by railways. Situated almost at the border of Uttar Pradesh and Delhi, Buddh International Circuit can be reached even via New Delhi Railway Station. The distance in between B. I. C. and the railway station of New Delhi is 58 km. The journey between New Delhi's railway station and the new International Circuit takes just 54 mins by road. The track can even be reached easily and within a much shorter span of time from the Noida Sector 18 Metro Railway Station, which is just 43.1 km away from the place. By road it takes about 36 mins to reach the circuit from the metro rail station. This Buddh International Circuit is even nearer to the Noida Toll Bridge. One can travel that 53.4 km in just 48 mins.
The Buddh International Circuit Map
Last Updated on 10/08/2013