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2013 Indian GP tickets now available at Rs 1,500

by Piyush Gulati Posted on 05 Aug 2013 34,981 Views

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Race organiser Jaypee slashes prices and launches tickets for the Sunday Race alongside season tickets

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Jaypee Sports International Limited (JPSI) has announced the commencement of sale of tickets for the third Formula 1 Airtel Indian Grand Prix to be held at Buddh International Circuit on October 25, 26 and 27 this year. To attract maximum spectators, the organisers have launched the Sunday tickets for the Main Race simultaneously with the season tickets.

Those on a budget can now experience the main race for just Rs 1,500 at the Natural/Picnic stand. However, if you wish to attend all three days of the event in the same stand, the price is Rs 2,000, a reduction of Rs 1,000 compared to last year’s pricing.

The organisers have divided the Main Grand stand into upper and lower tiers. A ticket for the lower tier costs Rs 21,000 for the three days and Rs 12,000 for the main race while on the upper tier, it costs Rs 15000 and Rs 10000 respectively.
 
A ticket for the Premium stand is Rs 10,000 for the entire weekend and Rs 7,500 for Sunday. If you want slightly more value for money as well as proper seating, the Star stand makes sense. A three-day ticket can be purchased for Rs 7500 and Rs 5000 for Sunday.

 

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The tickets can be bought online at BookMyShow and also from the Mercedes-Benz showrooms in Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune and Chandigarh.

Sameer Gaur, MD & CEO, JPSI, said, “Formula 1 lovers now have every reason to cheer as single day race tickets have been launched together with the season tickets in order to draw more and more number of spectators for the race day. With one of the cheapest tickets available on the F1 calendar, we hope to put up another memorable racing weekend at BIC in October.”

Those eager to catch the F1 action live at the Indian circuit must consider doing so this year itself as the 2014 edition has been called off due to scheduling issues. The race, however, will likely return in the first half of 2015 though Japyee is yet to confirm details.

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  • ricky

     Bro its still so cheap ... Gud luck jaypee hope you will find more benefits in coming future and will continue to provide us the dream racing events in our own country ... Thanks

  • mark

     natural stand from Rs. 3500 in 2011 to Rs. 1500 in 2013 - 95000 attendees in 2011 to 60000 2012 - bad times or they were milking us. reality, it is the most disorganised GP on the calendar - getting to the circuit and back is a nightmare (6 hours) - best watched on TV in your comfort of your drawing room. fans and attendees will wait till the last minute to buy tickets as they will sell them at a lower price as they did last year. GOOD LUCK

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