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India flags off F1 successfully
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On October 30 Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida hosted India’s inaugural F1 Grand Prix. The 5.14 km long Buddh International Circuit has been designed by world-renowned German architect and racetrack designer, Herman Tilke. Current world champion German Formula One racing driver Sebastian Vettel won the India’s inaugural F1 Grand Prix. Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar waved the chequered flag to welcome the Sebastian Vettel. In the October 30 country’s inaugural F1 attracted 1,00,000 spectators at the Buddh International Circuit including cricketers, Bollywood stars as well as other big name from the every walk of life. Cost of building the track of one of the fastest, and most exciting motor racing circuits in the world approx US$400 million.
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