INDIAN RACE TRACKS
There are three purpose built racing tracks in the country.
These are used for circuit racing for both bikes and four wheelers. National championship races apart from smaller events are held exclusively on these circuits. These tracks are also hired to automobile majors and ancillaries for testing of their products.
The details of the circuits are given below:
BUDDH INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT, Greater Noida
| 1.|| Length of one lap || 5138 meters / 3.193 miles |
| 2.|| Reference width || 12 meters|
| 3.|| No. of Turns|| 16|
| 4.|| Direction of the track|| Clockwise|
| 5.|| Pole position for Standing starts || Left |
| 5.|| Pole position for Rolling starts || Right |
| 7.|| Contact |
Jaypee Sports International Limited
Jaypee Sports City
Sector 25, YEIDA, along with Yamuna Expressway
Gautam Budh Nagar
Phone: +91 0120 2344509
Fax: +91 0120 2344532
email id: email@example.com,
For more details mail to:firstname.lastname@example.org
The track is 11 meters wide and has 10 major curves, apart from a number of minor ones. A smaller club circuit of 2.1 kms is also available for shorter events. The main track has three straights, with the longest one being 250 meters. The main circuit is about 3.717 kms long, while the club circuit is 2.067 kms long. The circuit conforms to the two international bodies - the Federation Internationale de Automobile and the Federation Internationale du Motocyliste, who lay down the norms for racing and racing circuits.
Cars upto F3 and all bikes allowed.
- Length Full track: 3.74 kms (12 curves/turns)
- Short (Club) track: 2.1 kms (7 curves/turns)
- Width: 11 metres, 12 metres at start line
- Direction: Clockwise
- First race: 1990
- Fully resurfaced: 2007
FMSCI STANDARD FOR ROAD RACING CIRCUITS Click here to download