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PIL for stay on Indian F1: SC hearing tomorrow
PIL For Stay On Indian Formula One Indian Grand Prix: Supreme Court Hearing Tomorrow, PIL On F1. The Supreme Court will hear a public interest litigation (PIL) seeking a stay on the Formula One Indian Grand Prix tomorrow.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hear a public interest litigation (PIL) seeking a stay on the Formula One Indian Grand Prix tomorrow.
The F1 race is scheduled to be held at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida between October 25 and 27. The organisers expect more than 65,000 people attend the event.
The Formula One Grand Prix was first held in India in 2011.
The 5.14 km-long circuit at Greater Noida has been designed by world-renowned German architect and racetrack designer, Hermann Tilke, who has also designed circuits in Malaysia, Bahrain, China, Turkey, the UAE, South Korea and the US.