Cheaper Formula 1 tickets available now

    Single-day tickets make attending Indian GP more affordable

    Published On Oct 21, 2011 12:30:00 AM


    Cheaper Formula 1 tickets available now

    Ticket prices for select stands at the inaugural Indian Grand Prix have been slashed considerably. The main grandstand tickets are up for grabs at Rs 15,000 a pop, classic stand tickets now cost Rs 4,000 and picnic stand passes are available for Rs 3,000. The catch? The cut-price tickets will get you access to the track only on race day (October 30), meaning fans won’t get to see Friday’s free practice or Saturday’s qualifying, which full-price tickets holders will.

    With just a week before a Formula 1 car turns a wheel in anger at the Buddh circuit, JPSI MD Sameer Gaur confirmed that almost 60 percent of the tickets have been sold.

    The one-day package is sure to boost sales, especially among first-time spectators who would rather see all 24 cars in action than the staggered runs in free practice and the qualifying session. The three-day package of Rs 35,000 for the grandstands, Rs 6,500 for the classic stands and Rs 6,000 for the picnic stands are still on offer.

    The cheaper tickets will be available at 

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