Amaravati charms F1H2O Grand Prix international team
The fifth round of F1H2O World Championship is all set to be held for the very first time in Amaravati, the capital of Andhra Pradesh AP Tourism...
Hyderabad: The fifth round of F1H2O World Championship is all set to be held for the very first time in Amaravati, the capital of Andhra Pradesh. AP Tourism Authority is hosting this grand event that will put the people's capital on the world map soon. The team which last raced in 2004 in Mumbai is making a comeback after a decade plus long hiatus. River Krishna will see some extreme action on November 17-18, which will become a talking point for the world of sport.
The international team and drivers are particularly excited about racing on the waters of River Krishna. The team is now actively coordinating with India Xtreme Adventure Activities Private Limited of Malaxmi Group, who are the local partners of F1H2O.
Due reconnaissance has been conducted in the matters of logistics and planning along with AP Tourism to establish appropriate arrangements with ground plan and layout. Marco Pietrini, Director of Logistics has arrived in the city to work closely with the teams. He is elated about this association and finds Amaravati a vibrant place for sporting activities of this magnitude.
It is exciting to be a part of this race edition and work to promote a city like Amaravati. The local organising committee of the F1H2O Grand Prix is striving to publicise the event, enhancing water sport culture awareness in the region, supporting charities for local fishermen in line with the concept of sustainability that is one of the foundation of the Amaravati development project.
We have great expectations and I can't wait now to see how the race site will take shape in the next days. I am sure that our local partners will put their maximum efforts to make the F1H2O Grand Prix of Amaravati the most spectacular one of the 2018 season!"