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#BuckleUpIndia to experience Motorsports like never before at BIC on the Nov 20 at 11 AM onwards

Private Track Days

With advances in technology, cars and bikes are getting faster but it's not very often that a driver gets to test the performance & limits of their machines. A private track day with Ultimate Driving Group is an opportunity for a driver to test their skills & get a real feel for their vehicle.

 

All private track days are run on fully functional race tracks & under controlled conditions. Track days can be altered to suit your needs. Get a group of friends together & book the the entire event or if you're looking to be a bit extravagant - hire the entire place out for yourself. Ultimate Driving Group provides track hire, function room, catering (if requested),emergency services & instructors. 

New to private track days? That's okay. We divide our clients up to make sure that experienced drivers are not on track at the same time as beginners. This means you have plenty of space to get a feel for the track, your car & gain some confidence. 

 

With experienced instructors on hand, they can ride along with you giving you driving tips as you go. 

For Track Rental and bookings, please contact :
Phone: +91 8130193533 / +91 8130193687 / 01204428013-8062 
Email: uday.bist@jalindia.co.in, vibhu.shukla@jalindia.co.in, richa1.agarwal@jalindia.co.in, anmol.rampal@jalindia.co.in.

TAXI Rides

You will never forget this ride: Take a seat next to professional drivers or experienced BIC Driver Training instructors in a powerful Mercedes ML 350. Feel the unique fascination of the race track.

 

After this superlative taxi ride round the 5.14 kilometre race track, featuring 16 corners, you will know why this circuit is regarded one of the most challenging in the world. Since 2011, the Taxi Rides at the Buddh International Circuit has thrilled more than 5,000 passengers and completed almost more than 20,000 kilometres.


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The 5.14-Km long Buddh International Circuit has been designed by World-renowed German architect and racetrack designer, Herman Tilke, who has also designed other world-class race circuits in Malaysia, Bahrain, China, Turkey, Indonesia, the UAE, South Africa, South Korea and the US.

 

Buddh International Circuit has been designed as one of the fastest, most exciting motor racing circuits in the World, is well suited to the requirements of powerful, high-spec racing cars and motorcycles and will host some of the most challenging motor sports events on the planet.The track's combination of 16 corners, high speed straights, and dramatic changes in elevation has been designed to provide ample oppurtunities for overtaking, which is what makes motor racing exciting.At the same time, in terms of adherence to safely norms and regulations, run-off areas, medical facilities, facilities for the media, and overall infrastructure, BIC will be among the best in the world.

Length: 5.14km

Turns: 16

Highest point of elevation: 14m+

Laps: 60

Width of the track: Between 10m - 14m

Total seating capacity: About 110,000

Top speed on the circuit: About 320km/hr for a Formula 1TM car

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Legends

  • North Zone Parking
  • West Zone Parking
  • South Zone Parking
  • East Zone Parking
  • Circular Shuttle Bus Stop
  • Spectator Gates
  • ATM Machine
  • F&B Vending Areas
  • Ticket Box Office & Helpdesk
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From New Delhi, IGI Airport

Distance by road (approx.) 65 km
Expected Travel Time during race days 2-2.5 hrs

From NOIDA City Centre

Distance by road (approx.) 52 km
Expected Travel Time during race days 1.5-2 hrs

WTI/WheelzIndia taxi service

JPSI has tied up with WTI/WheelzIndia taxi service to carry Formula One fans from different parts of Delhi to the Buddh International Circuit. The rate chart and other details for the same is given.

Directions From Delhi

VIA RING ROAD-NIZAMUDDIN BRIDGE-NH-24 : From Delhi, you can take ring road and then Nizamuddin Bridge to reach NOIDA-link Road which further connects to NOIDA-Greater NOIDA Expressway and then Yamuna Expressway.

VIA RING ROAD-DELHI-NOIDA-DELHI TOLL BRIDGE: From Delhi, you can also take ring road and then DND toll. Take the second left loop after crossing the toll gate to reach NOIDA -Greater NOIDA Expressway and then Yamuna Expressway.

VIA MATHURA ROAD-APOLLO HOSPITAL-KALINDI KUNJ BRIDGE : Drive on Mathura road past Apollo Hospital and take left towards kalindi Kunj Bridge to reach Mahamaya Flyover and take left loop to get on NOIDA Expressway.

General Guidelines

a) Considering the fact that 100,000 spectators will be coming to BIC, your travel time to the CIRCUIT might take much longer than normal. Therefore, please keep extra travel time in mind to reach BIC on time to enjoy all Race events.

b) The events on all three days are spread from morning till evening. You are requested to plan your itinerary accordingly.

c) The gates will open at 9:30 a.m. on the race days.

d) Buddh International Circuit is conveniently divided into four colour zones. The colour marked as on your event ticket corresponds to the colour of that zone; viz- Yellow for North Zone, Red for West Zone, Green for South Zone and Blue for East Zone.

e) You are requested to adhere to your zone colour and follow the signages while trying to reach the circuit and while approaching your respective stand.

f) Children below five (5) years are not allowed inside the circuit. Parents and guardians should ensure that children wear correct hearing protection at all times due to extreme volume of noise.

g) Bilingual volunteers in BIC uniform are there to assist you with queries. Please follow the signages to reach the nearest Help Desk.

Directions from Delhi

Buddh International CIRCUIT is located in Greater Noida, in the upcoming Jaypee Sports City. The CIRCUIT is well connected by a 6-lane Yamuna Expressway which further connects to Delhi by another 6-lane NOIDA-Greater NOIDA Expressway. The CIRCUIT is easily accessible from Delhi and NOIDA.

Vehicle check point will be operational at Yamuna Expressway and NOIDA-Gr. NOIDA expressway interchange. Depending on traffic congestion at the interchange, your vehicle will either be allowed to enter Yamuna Expressway or can be diverted straight to Pari Chowk from where you can take Surajpur-Kasna Road to reach the CIRCUIT.

Driving Down

If you have purchased a Buddh International CIRCUIT car or Two - wheeler parking permit, you can drive down and park around the CIRCUIT. You can reach the CIRCUIT from Yamuna Expressway. You have to leave the expressway either at Exit 2A, Exit 2B or Exit 2C depending on your parking permits.

Leave Yamuna Expressway at Exit-2A if you have a North or West Zone Permit, at Exit 2B if you have Paddock Zone Permit and Exit 2C if you have an East or South Zone parking permit. Easy to follow directional signs all along Yamuna Expressway and circuit roads will also help you reach your parking lot.

Park & Ride/Taxi

If you have purchased a Park & Ride permit, take a diversion 500 meter before 'Yamuna Expressway- Gr. NOIDA expressway interchange' to reach the parking lot.

If you are coming to BIC by Taxi, leave Yamuna Expressway at Exit-2C and follow directional signs to reach the taxi parking.

Park & Walk

1. If you intend to visit the CIRCUIT in your own vehicle, you must have a valid 'Park & Walk' permit.

2. One 'Park & Walk' permit can be bought on purchase of two race tickets subject to the availability of parking space.

3. The mark on the colour strip printed on your event ticket and your parking permit is according to the colour of your zone.

4. From parking area, you can conveniently walk to the entry gate mentioned on your ticket.

5. 'Park & Walk' permits shall be dispatched / distributed to you along with your tickets. You will be provided with three different parking permits each for Friday, Saturday and Sunday to be used on the respective days.

6. Read the instructions carefully printed on the reverse of your 'Park & Walk' permit. It gives information on the route to be taken to reach the designated parking lot.

7. Affix parking permits/stickers on the front wind screen of your vehicle. Keep your ticket/pass handy to show it to security personnel on duty.

8. Please follow the signages placed at regular intervals at the CIRCUIT for your convenience.

Security Guidelines

  1. You are requested to remain alert and on look out for any suspicious person or object/item near your seating area, parking area and F & B area.
  2. For security reasons, you may be subjected to personal screening, frisking and search. Your vehicle will also be subjected to security check. Kindly co-operate with security personnel in such checking.
  3. At the CIRCUIT, spectators are required to conduct themselves decently and not to cause any inconvenience, trouble or harassment to other spectators.
  4. Acquaint yourself with the entire route / time plan to reach the parking area and the zone without any hassle. For convenience follow the road signages.
  5. For your safety, security and convenience follow instructions of the security personnel.
  6. Health and Safety -

    your safety is our concern. Medical units are located all around the CIRCUIT for any unforeseen incident.

    As noise level during the event can be extreme at times visitors are strongly advised to use ear plugs which will be sold at the CIRCUIT. Please pay attention to warning signs for hazardous or restricted access areas.

    Motorsports can be dangerous and visitors must, at all times, adhere to all safety instructions from officials and the police.

Prohibited Items

You are requested not to bring any prohibited items as mentioned in the list of prohibited items given below :
  • Large hand bags, brief cases, large ladies hand bags, backpacks, packets
  • Since smoking in public places is prohibited by law, please do not carry cigar, cigarette, beedi, match box, lighter etc.
  • Any kind of cooked / uncooked, packed / unpacked food & beverages (both alcoholic and non alcoholic)
  • Glass/plastic containers, cans, bottles, smoke canister and any type of box Pets
  • Pets
  • Professional audio visual equipment, professional cameras
  • Any fire arm/weapon (even licensed) any other object which can be used as a weapon, fireworks, crackers, flares, inflammable material, and laser pointers 
  • Musical instruments and/or amplification equipments, whistles / loud hailers Bicycle, scooter, skate board, roller blade etc.
  • Bicycle, scooter, skate board, roller blade etc.
  • Chairs, stools, small tables, flags with poles
  • Any other item prohibited by law specifically or considered to be a risk to the safety and security of the circuit and spectators. 

Any of the above items if brought by mistake, maybe left in your vehicle or will have to be thrown in a bin. There is no locker facility at CIRCUIT.

For detailed information, please download pdf

The Buddh International Circuit (BIC) is located in Greater Noida at the north-western fringes of Uttar Pradesh, India's most populous state. Greater Noida falls in what is called the National Capital Region and is just 65 kms (40 miles) from the Indira Gandhi International Airport in the New Delhi, India's capital.

Greater Noida is close to the Yamuna river and is part of the Gangetic plains of north India. A land-locked region, north India has an extreme type of continental climate. The summers in the region are very hot and winters very cold. The temperatures range from 45 degrees (113 F) in summer to 4 degrees (39 F) in winter. The winter season – from November to February -- is marked by mist and fog in the mornings, with chilly winds blowing in from the Himalayan region that lies to the north-east. Heat-wave conditions prevail during the summer months – May to July.

The best times to be in the region are from August to April. The F1 Airtel Grand Prix of India is held in late October, when the climate is at its best in the region.

Average Annual Temperatures & Rainfall
Month Max Min Rainfall*
January 21 07 25
February 24 10 22
March 30 15 17
April 36 21 07
May 41 27 08
June 40 29 65
July 35 27 211
August 34 26 173
September 34 25 150
October 35 19 31
November 29 12 01
December 23 08 05

* Temperatures in degree C; rainfall in mm

Press Releases



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   No further action over Mercedes tyre pressure investigation

Formula One racing's governing body the FIA have confirmed that no further action will be taken with regards to Mercedes' potentially breaching the minimum starting tyre pressures at Monza.

MEDIA ACCREDITATION INFORMATION

The media accreditation process for the 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India is now open. You can download the media accreditation form, fill it out and send it to us at the address given in the form. However, it is strongly recommended that you first take a look at the guidelines given below, which you may find useful. You can also refer to the full set of media accreditation guidelines, procedure and requirements, which can be found on the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) website.


Indian Print Media and Indian Photographers

Indian publications and Indian photographers may please apply directly to the National Press Officer - 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All TV channels

All TV channels are requested to send their requests directly to askari.zaidi@jalindia.co.in
As there are limited numbers of passes for the TV channels, only one reporter and one cameraman per TV Network will be accredited to cover the event.


The applicants must include the following details in their official letterhead :

1. Brief description of the channel
2. Average TRPs for the last six months
3. vList of stories pertaining to motorsport, done in the last six months
4. A declaration from the channel saying that it will provide adequate coverage to the 2012 F1 Airtel Grand Prix of India
5. Reporter and Cameraman details

In addition to the above, please also provide a press card copy and passport size photographs of the reporter / cameraman deputed to cover the event.


Note: TV channels will not have access to FOM TV press conferences held in the media centre. They will also not have access to the racetrack and will not be permitted to shoot the race. Channels will only have access to the paddock area in the circuit and will be able to interview drivers at a pre-assigned place in paddock.



Indian Radio Stations

Indian radio stations must apply directly to the National Press Officer-2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India. All applications will ultimately be approved by Formula One Management (FOM).


As there are a limited number of passes, please ensure that their guidelines are adhered to. A maximum of two passes will be allocated per station. Priority will be given to stations actively covering the FIA Formula OneTM World Championship and in particular the Event.


Successful applicants will be granted access to the media centre on the understanding that any or all radio broadcasts from the Event will be in the form of brief periodic news reports (no longer than 60 seconds per report).


Applicants interested in providing more extensive coverage of the Event should apply directly to FOM for further consideration.


Email: media@fomltd.com


Once your application is approved, you will be notified via email. You will also receive information on where and when to pick up the media pass, as well as an Event Accreditation Agreement which you will need to return duly signed to FOM at the latest one week prior to the Event to be able to pick up the passes.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All Press Agencies

All national and international press agencies (including local, India-based offices of international agencies) will be accredited directly by the FIA.

Applications must be made online at http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency/index.php using your registered ID and password. First time applicants must register before submitting any application for accreditation. http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency_application.php

 

Indian Websites
Indian websites may please apply directly to the National Press Officer -- 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

Note: Websites associated with a print or broadcast media organization that has already applied for, and been granted, any other form of media accreditation will not qualify separately for accreditation. Also, please note that blogs are not eligible for media accreditation.

 

International Websites

All international websites, including local, India-based offices international websites, must apply directly to the FIA website.

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   Rosberg beats Hamilton to Suzuka pole

Nico Rosberg took a key step forward in his quest to wrest back the lead of the world championship from Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton when he beat the Briton to pole position by 0.197s in Saturday afternoon's qualifying session in Japan.

MEDIA ACCREDITATION INFORMATION

The media accreditation process for the 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India is now open. You can download the media accreditation form, fill it out and send it to us at the address given in the form. However, it is strongly recommended that you first take a look at the guidelines given below, which you may find useful. You can also refer to the full set of media accreditation guidelines, procedure and requirements, which can be found on the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) website.


Indian Print Media and Indian Photographers

Indian publications and Indian photographers may please apply directly to the National Press Officer - 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All TV channels

All TV channels are requested to send their requests directly to askari.zaidi@jalindia.co.in
As there are limited numbers of passes for the TV channels, only one reporter and one cameraman per TV Network will be accredited to cover the event.


The applicants must include the following details in their official letterhead :

1. Brief description of the channel
2. Average TRPs for the last six months
3. vList of stories pertaining to motorsport, done in the last six months
4. A declaration from the channel saying that it will provide adequate coverage to the 2012 F1 Airtel Grand Prix of India
5. Reporter and Cameraman details

In addition to the above, please also provide a press card copy and passport size photographs of the reporter / cameraman deputed to cover the event.


Note: TV channels will not have access to FOM TV press conferences held in the media centre. They will also not have access to the racetrack and will not be permitted to shoot the race. Channels will only have access to the paddock area in the circuit and will be able to interview drivers at a pre-assigned place in paddock.



Indian Radio Stations

Indian radio stations must apply directly to the National Press Officer-2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India. All applications will ultimately be approved by Formula One Management (FOM).


As there are a limited number of passes, please ensure that their guidelines are adhered to. A maximum of two passes will be allocated per station. Priority will be given to stations actively covering the FIA Formula OneTM World Championship and in particular the Event.


Successful applicants will be granted access to the media centre on the understanding that any or all radio broadcasts from the Event will be in the form of brief periodic news reports (no longer than 60 seconds per report).


Applicants interested in providing more extensive coverage of the Event should apply directly to FOM for further consideration.


Email: media@fomltd.com


Once your application is approved, you will be notified via email. You will also receive information on where and when to pick up the media pass, as well as an Event Accreditation Agreement which you will need to return duly signed to FOM at the latest one week prior to the Event to be able to pick up the passes.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All Press Agencies

All national and international press agencies (including local, India-based offices of international agencies) will be accredited directly by the FIA.

Applications must be made online at http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency/index.php using your registered ID and password. First time applicants must register before submitting any application for accreditation. http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency_application.php

 

Indian Websites
Indian websites may please apply directly to the National Press Officer -- 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

Note: Websites associated with a print or broadcast media organization that has already applied for, and been granted, any other form of media accreditation will not qualify separately for accreditation. Also, please note that blogs are not eligible for media accreditation.

 

International Websites

All international websites, including local, India-based offices international websites, must apply directly to the FIA website.

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   2013 Formula 1 ® Airtel Indian GP Tickets go on Sale

MEDIA ACCREDITATION INFORMATION

The media accreditation process for the 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India is now open. You can download the media accreditation form, fill it out and send it to us at the address given in the form. However, it is strongly recommended that you first take a look at the guidelines given below, which you may find useful. You can also refer to the full set of media accreditation guidelines, procedure and requirements, which can be found on the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) website.


Indian Print Media and Indian Photographers

Indian publications and Indian photographers may please apply directly to the National Press Officer - 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All TV channels

All TV channels are requested to send their requests directly to askari.zaidi@jalindia.co.in
As there are limited numbers of passes for the TV channels, only one reporter and one cameraman per TV Network will be accredited to cover the event.


The applicants must include the following details in their official letterhead :

1. Brief description of the channel
2. Average TRPs for the last six months
3. vList of stories pertaining to motorsport, done in the last six months
4. A declaration from the channel saying that it will provide adequate coverage to the 2012 F1 Airtel Grand Prix of India
5. Reporter and Cameraman details

In addition to the above, please also provide a press card copy and passport size photographs of the reporter / cameraman deputed to cover the event.


Note: TV channels will not have access to FOM TV press conferences held in the media centre. They will also not have access to the racetrack and will not be permitted to shoot the race. Channels will only have access to the paddock area in the circuit and will be able to interview drivers at a pre-assigned place in paddock.



Indian Radio Stations

Indian radio stations must apply directly to the National Press Officer-2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India. All applications will ultimately be approved by Formula One Management (FOM).


As there are a limited number of passes, please ensure that their guidelines are adhered to. A maximum of two passes will be allocated per station. Priority will be given to stations actively covering the FIA Formula OneTM World Championship and in particular the Event.


Successful applicants will be granted access to the media centre on the understanding that any or all radio broadcasts from the Event will be in the form of brief periodic news reports (no longer than 60 seconds per report).


Applicants interested in providing more extensive coverage of the Event should apply directly to FOM for further consideration.


Email: media@fomltd.com


Once your application is approved, you will be notified via email. You will also receive information on where and when to pick up the media pass, as well as an Event Accreditation Agreement which you will need to return duly signed to FOM at the latest one week prior to the Event to be able to pick up the passes.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All Press Agencies

All national and international press agencies (including local, India-based offices of international agencies) will be accredited directly by the FIA.

Applications must be made online at http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency/index.php using your registered ID and password. First time applicants must register before submitting any application for accreditation. http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency_application.php

 

Indian Websites
Indian websites may please apply directly to the National Press Officer -- 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

Note: Websites associated with a print or broadcast media organization that has already applied for, and been granted, any other form of media accreditation will not qualify separately for accreditation. Also, please note that blogs are not eligible for media accreditation.

 

International Websites

All international websites, including local, India-based offices international websites, must apply directly to the FIA website.

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   BIC announces Open Track Day

MEDIA ACCREDITATION INFORMATION

The media accreditation process for the 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India is now open. You can download the media accreditation form, fill it out and send it to us at the address given in the form. However, it is strongly recommended that you first take a look at the guidelines given below, which you may find useful. You can also refer to the full set of media accreditation guidelines, procedure and requirements, which can be found on the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) website.


Indian Print Media and Indian Photographers

Indian publications and Indian photographers may please apply directly to the National Press Officer - 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All TV channels

All TV channels are requested to send their requests directly to askari.zaidi@jalindia.co.in
As there are limited numbers of passes for the TV channels, only one reporter and one cameraman per TV Network will be accredited to cover the event.


The applicants must include the following details in their official letterhead :

1. Brief description of the channel
2. Average TRPs for the last six months
3. vList of stories pertaining to motorsport, done in the last six months
4. A declaration from the channel saying that it will provide adequate coverage to the 2012 F1 Airtel Grand Prix of India
5. Reporter and Cameraman details

In addition to the above, please also provide a press card copy and passport size photographs of the reporter / cameraman deputed to cover the event.


Note: TV channels will not have access to FOM TV press conferences held in the media centre. They will also not have access to the racetrack and will not be permitted to shoot the race. Channels will only have access to the paddock area in the circuit and will be able to interview drivers at a pre-assigned place in paddock.



Indian Radio Stations

Indian radio stations must apply directly to the National Press Officer-2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India. All applications will ultimately be approved by Formula One Management (FOM).


As there are a limited number of passes, please ensure that their guidelines are adhered to. A maximum of two passes will be allocated per station. Priority will be given to stations actively covering the FIA Formula OneTM World Championship and in particular the Event.


Successful applicants will be granted access to the media centre on the understanding that any or all radio broadcasts from the Event will be in the form of brief periodic news reports (no longer than 60 seconds per report).


Applicants interested in providing more extensive coverage of the Event should apply directly to FOM for further consideration.


Email: media@fomltd.com


Once your application is approved, you will be notified via email. You will also receive information on where and when to pick up the media pass, as well as an Event Accreditation Agreement which you will need to return duly signed to FOM at the latest one week prior to the Event to be able to pick up the passes.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All Press Agencies

All national and international press agencies (including local, India-based offices of international agencies) will be accredited directly by the FIA.

Applications must be made online at http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency/index.php using your registered ID and password. First time applicants must register before submitting any application for accreditation. http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency_application.php

 

Indian Websites
Indian websites may please apply directly to the National Press Officer -- 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

Note: Websites associated with a print or broadcast media organization that has already applied for, and been granted, any other form of media accreditation will not qualify separately for accreditation. Also, please note that blogs are not eligible for media accreditation.

 

International Websites

All international websites, including local, India-based offices international websites, must apply directly to the FIA website.

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   JPSI gets Best F1 Race Promoter award

Greater Noida: At the 2012 Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) Prize Giving Gala held in Istanbul, Turkey on Dec 7th, Mr Sameer Gaur, MD & CEO, Jaypee Sports International Limited (JPSI) won the 'Best F1 Race Promoter' award for the second year in a row. The FIA award recognizes JPSI’s hard work to make India a proud host of Formula One with the state of the art, Buddh International Circuit (BIC).

MEDIA ACCREDITATION INFORMATION

The media accreditation process for the 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India is now open. You can download the media accreditation form, fill it out and send it to us at the address given in the form. However, it is strongly recommended that you first take a look at the guidelines given below, which you may find useful. You can also refer to the full set of media accreditation guidelines, procedure and requirements, which can be found on the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) website.


Indian Print Media and Indian Photographers

Indian publications and Indian photographers may please apply directly to the National Press Officer - 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All TV channels

All TV channels are requested to send their requests directly to askari.zaidi@jalindia.co.in
As there are limited numbers of passes for the TV channels, only one reporter and one cameraman per TV Network will be accredited to cover the event.


The applicants must include the following details in their official letterhead :

1. Brief description of the channel
2. Average TRPs for the last six months
3. vList of stories pertaining to motorsport, done in the last six months
4. A declaration from the channel saying that it will provide adequate coverage to the 2012 F1 Airtel Grand Prix of India
5. Reporter and Cameraman details

In addition to the above, please also provide a press card copy and passport size photographs of the reporter / cameraman deputed to cover the event.


Note: TV channels will not have access to FOM TV press conferences held in the media centre. They will also not have access to the racetrack and will not be permitted to shoot the race. Channels will only have access to the paddock area in the circuit and will be able to interview drivers at a pre-assigned place in paddock.



Indian Radio Stations

Indian radio stations must apply directly to the National Press Officer-2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India. All applications will ultimately be approved by Formula One Management (FOM).


As there are a limited number of passes, please ensure that their guidelines are adhered to. A maximum of two passes will be allocated per station. Priority will be given to stations actively covering the FIA Formula OneTM World Championship and in particular the Event.


Successful applicants will be granted access to the media centre on the understanding that any or all radio broadcasts from the Event will be in the form of brief periodic news reports (no longer than 60 seconds per report).


Applicants interested in providing more extensive coverage of the Event should apply directly to FOM for further consideration.


Email: media@fomltd.com


Once your application is approved, you will be notified via email. You will also receive information on where and when to pick up the media pass, as well as an Event Accreditation Agreement which you will need to return duly signed to FOM at the latest one week prior to the Event to be able to pick up the passes.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All Press Agencies

All national and international press agencies (including local, India-based offices of international agencies) will be accredited directly by the FIA.

Applications must be made online at http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency/index.php using your registered ID and password. First time applicants must register before submitting any application for accreditation. http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency_application.php

 

Indian Websites
Indian websites may please apply directly to the National Press Officer -- 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

Note: Websites associated with a print or broadcast media organization that has already applied for, and been granted, any other form of media accreditation will not qualify separately for accreditation. Also, please note that blogs are not eligible for media accreditation.

 

International Websites

All international websites, including local, India-based offices international websites, must apply directly to the FIA website.

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   Buddh International Circuit wins a Global Award

Buddh International Circuit (BIC), which on October 30, 2011 hosted the first F1 Indian Grand Prix, has been awarded the 'Motorsport Facility of the Year' award at the Professional Motorsport World Expo 2011 Awards, held in Cologne, Germany. Boris Lazaric (COO - Construction, JPSI) collected the award on behalf of JPSI on November 15, 2011.

 

MEDIA ACCREDITATION INFORMATION

The media accreditation process for the 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India is now open. You can download the media accreditation form, fill it out and send it to us at the address given in the form. However, it is strongly recommended that you first take a look at the guidelines given below, which you may find useful. You can also refer to the full set of media accreditation guidelines, procedure and requirements, which can be found on the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) website.


Indian Print Media and Indian Photographers

Indian publications and Indian photographers may please apply directly to the National Press Officer - 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All TV channels

All TV channels are requested to send their requests directly to askari.zaidi@jalindia.co.in
As there are limited numbers of passes for the TV channels, only one reporter and one cameraman per TV Network will be accredited to cover the event.


The applicants must include the following details in their official letterhead :

1. Brief description of the channel
2. Average TRPs for the last six months
3. vList of stories pertaining to motorsport, done in the last six months
4. A declaration from the channel saying that it will provide adequate coverage to the 2012 F1 Airtel Grand Prix of India
5. Reporter and Cameraman details

In addition to the above, please also provide a press card copy and passport size photographs of the reporter / cameraman deputed to cover the event.


Note: TV channels will not have access to FOM TV press conferences held in the media centre. They will also not have access to the racetrack and will not be permitted to shoot the race. Channels will only have access to the paddock area in the circuit and will be able to interview drivers at a pre-assigned place in paddock.



Indian Radio Stations

Indian radio stations must apply directly to the National Press Officer-2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India. All applications will ultimately be approved by Formula One Management (FOM).


As there are a limited number of passes, please ensure that their guidelines are adhered to. A maximum of two passes will be allocated per station. Priority will be given to stations actively covering the FIA Formula OneTM World Championship and in particular the Event.


Successful applicants will be granted access to the media centre on the understanding that any or all radio broadcasts from the Event will be in the form of brief periodic news reports (no longer than 60 seconds per report).


Applicants interested in providing more extensive coverage of the Event should apply directly to FOM for further consideration.


Email: media@fomltd.com


Once your application is approved, you will be notified via email. You will also receive information on where and when to pick up the media pass, as well as an Event Accreditation Agreement which you will need to return duly signed to FOM at the latest one week prior to the Event to be able to pick up the passes.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All Press Agencies

All national and international press agencies (including local, India-based offices of international agencies) will be accredited directly by the FIA.

Applications must be made online at http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency/index.php using your registered ID and password. First time applicants must register before submitting any application for accreditation. http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency_application.php

 

Indian Websites
Indian websites may please apply directly to the National Press Officer -- 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

Note: Websites associated with a print or broadcast media organization that has already applied for, and been granted, any other form of media accreditation will not qualify separately for accreditation. Also, please note that blogs are not eligible for media accreditation.

 

International Websites

All international websites, including local, India-based offices international websites, must apply directly to the FIA website.

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   FIA awards: JPSI is year's best promoters.

Sameer Gaur wins Promotional Promoter Trophy at 2011 FIA Gala
At the 2011 Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) Prize Giving Gala held for the first time in India, Formula One group CEO Mr Bernie Ecclestone presented Mr Sameer Gaur, Managing Director and CEO of Jaypee Sports International Limited (JPSI) with the best promotional trophy for a promoter recognizing JPSI's contribution in making India one of the finest motorsport destinations in the region through Buddh International Circuit.

 

MEDIA ACCREDITATION INFORMATION

The media accreditation process for the 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India is now open. You can download the media accreditation form, fill it out and send it to us at the address given in the form. However, it is strongly recommended that you first take a look at the guidelines given below, which you may find useful. You can also refer to the full set of media accreditation guidelines, procedure and requirements, which can be found on the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) website.


Indian Print Media and Indian Photographers

Indian publications and Indian photographers may please apply directly to the National Press Officer - 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All TV channels

All TV channels are requested to send their requests directly to askari.zaidi@jalindia.co.in
As there are limited numbers of passes for the TV channels, only one reporter and one cameraman per TV Network will be accredited to cover the event.


The applicants must include the following details in their official letterhead :

1. Brief description of the channel
2. Average TRPs for the last six months
3. vList of stories pertaining to motorsport, done in the last six months
4. A declaration from the channel saying that it will provide adequate coverage to the 2012 F1 Airtel Grand Prix of India
5. Reporter and Cameraman details

In addition to the above, please also provide a press card copy and passport size photographs of the reporter / cameraman deputed to cover the event.


Note: TV channels will not have access to FOM TV press conferences held in the media centre. They will also not have access to the racetrack and will not be permitted to shoot the race. Channels will only have access to the paddock area in the circuit and will be able to interview drivers at a pre-assigned place in paddock.



Indian Radio Stations

Indian radio stations must apply directly to the National Press Officer-2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India. All applications will ultimately be approved by Formula One Management (FOM).


As there are a limited number of passes, please ensure that their guidelines are adhered to. A maximum of two passes will be allocated per station. Priority will be given to stations actively covering the FIA Formula OneTM World Championship and in particular the Event.


Successful applicants will be granted access to the media centre on the understanding that any or all radio broadcasts from the Event will be in the form of brief periodic news reports (no longer than 60 seconds per report).


Applicants interested in providing more extensive coverage of the Event should apply directly to FOM for further consideration.


Email: media@fomltd.com


Once your application is approved, you will be notified via email. You will also receive information on where and when to pick up the media pass, as well as an Event Accreditation Agreement which you will need to return duly signed to FOM at the latest one week prior to the Event to be able to pick up the passes.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All Press Agencies

All national and international press agencies (including local, India-based offices of international agencies) will be accredited directly by the FIA.

Applications must be made online at http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency/index.php using your registered ID and password. First time applicants must register before submitting any application for accreditation. http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency_application.php

 

Indian Websites
Indian websites may please apply directly to the National Press Officer -- 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

Note: Websites associated with a print or broadcast media organization that has already applied for, and been granted, any other form of media accreditation will not qualify separately for accreditation. Also, please note that blogs are not eligible for media accreditation.

 

International Websites

All international websites, including local, India-based offices international websites, must apply directly to the FIA website.

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   2012 F1TM Airtel Indian GP Tickets Launched, Prices Slashed

Jaypee Sports International Limited (JPSI) has commenced the sale of tickets for 2012 Formula 1 Airtel Grand Prix of India which will take place at the Buddh International Circuit (BIC), Greater Noida, on October 28, Sunday.

MEDIA ACCREDITATION INFORMATION

The media accreditation process for the 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India is now open. You can download the media accreditation form, fill it out and send it to us at the address given in the form. However, it is strongly recommended that you first take a look at the guidelines given below, which you may find useful. You can also refer to the full set of media accreditation guidelines, procedure and requirements, which can be found on the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) website.


Indian Print Media and Indian Photographers

Indian publications and Indian photographers may please apply directly to the National Press Officer - 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All TV channels

All TV channels are requested to send their requests directly to askari.zaidi@jalindia.co.in
As there are limited numbers of passes for the TV channels, only one reporter and one cameraman per TV Network will be accredited to cover the event.


The applicants must include the following details in their official letterhead :

1. Brief description of the channel
2. Average TRPs for the last six months
3. vList of stories pertaining to motorsport, done in the last six months
4. A declaration from the channel saying that it will provide adequate coverage to the 2012 F1 Airtel Grand Prix of India
5. Reporter and Cameraman details

In addition to the above, please also provide a press card copy and passport size photographs of the reporter / cameraman deputed to cover the event.


Note: TV channels will not have access to FOM TV press conferences held in the media centre. They will also not have access to the racetrack and will not be permitted to shoot the race. Channels will only have access to the paddock area in the circuit and will be able to interview drivers at a pre-assigned place in paddock.



Indian Radio Stations

Indian radio stations must apply directly to the National Press Officer-2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India. All applications will ultimately be approved by Formula One Management (FOM).


As there are a limited number of passes, please ensure that their guidelines are adhered to. A maximum of two passes will be allocated per station. Priority will be given to stations actively covering the FIA Formula OneTM World Championship and in particular the Event.


Successful applicants will be granted access to the media centre on the understanding that any or all radio broadcasts from the Event will be in the form of brief periodic news reports (no longer than 60 seconds per report).


Applicants interested in providing more extensive coverage of the Event should apply directly to FOM for further consideration.


Email: media@fomltd.com


Once your application is approved, you will be notified via email. You will also receive information on where and when to pick up the media pass, as well as an Event Accreditation Agreement which you will need to return duly signed to FOM at the latest one week prior to the Event to be able to pick up the passes.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

All Press Agencies

All national and international press agencies (including local, India-based offices of international agencies) will be accredited directly by the FIA.

Applications must be made online at http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency/index.php using your registered ID and password. First time applicants must register before submitting any application for accreditation. http://paddockpass.fiacommunications.com/agency_application.php

 

Indian Websites
Indian websites may please apply directly to the National Press Officer -- 2012 Formula 1TM Airtel Grand Prix of India.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

Note: Websites associated with a print or broadcast media organization that has already applied for, and been granted, any other form of media accreditation will not qualify separately for accreditation. Also, please note that blogs are not eligible for media accreditation.

 

International Websites

All international websites, including local, India-based offices international websites, must apply directly to the FIA website.

2012 FIA GT1 Championship, Indian Round - Accreditation Information

 Accreditation closes at 17.00 Hrs on Monday, 15th October 2012


The media accreditation process for the 2012 FIA GT1 Indian Championship is now open. You can download the media accreditation form, fill it out and send it to us at the address given in the form.

However, it is strongly recommended that you first take a look at the guidelines given below, which you may find useful.

 

Indian Print Media, Indian Press Agencies and Indian Photographers

Indian publications, Indian press agencies and Indian photographers may please apply directly to the National Press Officer – 2012 FIA GT1 Indian Championship.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

International Press Agencies
All international press agencies will be accredited directly by the FIA GT1 Media delegate and applications should be directed to -
Mr Cameron Kelleher
FIA GT1 media delegate
Email: cameron@sro.co.uk

 

Note – International press agencies with offices in India must directly apply to the National Press Officer.

 

Indian TV channels

Applications from all Indian TV channels should be directed to the National Press Officer – 2012 FIA GT1 Indian Championship.

Applicants should include the following details on their official TV channel letterhead duly signed by the Editor/Senior editor of the channel:

  1. Brief description of the channel
  2. Average TRPs for the last six months
  3. List of stories pertaining to motorsport, done in the last six months
  4. A declaration from the channel saying that it will provide adequate coverage to the 2012 FIA GT1 championship
  5. Names of the correspondent and cameraman deputed to cover the event.

 

In addition to the above, the applicant must also provide:

  1. Two passport size photographs
  2. Copy of a press card

 

Note: TV channels will not have access to the racetrack and will not be permitted to shoot the race. Channels will only have access to the paddock area in the circuit.

 

Indian Radio Stations

All Indian radio stations must apply directly to the National Press Officer-2012 FIA GT1 Indian Championship.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

Indian Websites

Indian websites (including India-based international websites) may please apply directly to the National Press Officer - 2012 FIA GT1 Indian Championship.

 

Download the accreditation form here -

 

Note: Websites associated with a print or broadcast media organization that has already applied for, and been granted, any other form of media accreditation will not qualify separately for accreditation. Also, please note that blogs are not eligible for media accreditation.

For Media Enquiries, please contact: + 91 120 4428021/ +91 9821794360, Mr Rajiv Murishwar/ Mr Parthesh Pandey or Email: rajiv.murishwar@jalindia.co.in, parthesh.pandey@jalindia.co.in

 

Events, Marketing & Sponsorship

Jaypee Sports International Ltd.
Buddh International Circuit, Jaypee Sports City,
Sector-25, YEIDA, Along Yamuna Expressway, Gautam Buddh Nagar, UP, India
Phone: +91 120 4429498 / +91 120 4429499
Email: uday.bist@jalindia.co.in

For Marketing, please contact :
Phone: +91 120 4428012
Email: uday.bist@jalindia.co.in

For Sponsorship, please contact :
Phone: + 91 120 4428021
Email: rajiv.murishwar@jalindia.co.in
Phone: + 91 120 4428013-8062
Email: richa1.agarwal@jalindia.co.in, vibhu.shukla@jalindia.co.in

Booking:

For Track Rental and bookings, please contact :
Phone: +91 8130193687 / 01204428013-8062
Email: vibhu.shukla@jalindia.co.in, richa1.agarwal@jalindia.co.in, rajiv.murishwar@jalindia.co.in

Media:

For Media Enquiries, please contact :
Phone: +91 8130193687 / +91 9821794360
Email: vibhu.shukla@jalindia.co.in, parthesh.pandey@jalindia.co.in

Phone: + 91 120 4428021
Email: rajiv.murishwar@jalindia.co.in

Tickets:

For Ticket related enquiries and information, please contact :
Phone: + 0120-4429498/99



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