Buddh International Circuit facts for kids
|Location||Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India|
|Time zone||GMT +5:30 (Indian Standard Time)|
|Operator||Jaypee Sports International Limited|
|Construction Cost||10 billion (US$400 million)|
|Major Events||FIA Formula One
Indian Grand Prix
|Grand Prix Circuit|
|Surface||Asphalt concrete with Graywacke agggregate|
|Circuit Length||5.137 km (3.192 mi)|
|Lap Record||1:27.249 ( Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing, 2011, Formula One)|
The track was designed by Hermann Tilke, the FIA's most commonly used Track Designer.
The track was originally known as the Jaypee Group Circuit, after the owners, the Jaypee Group. The track was renamed in April 11, 2011
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