If you dream to drive the F1 car, you’ll have to wait a little longer. However, if you dare to drive on a F1 race track, here is the chance for you. Jaypee Sports International Ltd have organized open track days at the Buddh International Circuit, the only F1 race track that hosted first ever Indian Grand Prix last year.
Located near Greater Noida, the BIC race track will welcome fans from across the nation to test their skill on the F1 asphalt. The three-day event will kick-off on 22nd April, and 30 lucky fans will be allowed to take a spin. Every track day will be divided into four sessions – three for cars and one for bikes.
Considered as one of the most thrilling F1 racetracks around the world, the entire 5.14 km length will be opened for the enthusiasts to explore. However, it requires more than guts to drive on the Herman Tilke designed racetrack. A single session will cost you Rs 8,500 and for the entire three sessions, you’ll have to dig a little deeper at Rs 20,000. The organizers have profoundly considered the enthusiasm of bikers and allowed them for a single session each day, costing Rs 6,000.
JPSI announced that there will be six such track days every year, with the first one to kick-off next month. The track will be open between 7am to 6pm, giving the enthusiasts above 3 hrs to test their skills.
With just 120 enthusiasts getting the opportunity to ride em dirty, this opportunity is worth killing for. Registrations begin next week with the forms available on the JPSI website, so get your gear ready.