The Buddh International Circuit is an Indian motor racing circuit in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India and 40km from Delhi. The circuit is best known as the venue for the annual Formula One Indian Grand Prix, which was first hosted on 30th October 2011. The track was officially inaugurated on 18th October 2011. The 5.14 km long Circuit has been designed by world renowned German architect and racetrack designer, Hermann Tilke. The circuit has an approximate length of 5.14 km and is spread over an area of 874 acres. The track has been praised by drivers, including Lewis Hamilton who compared it to the classic Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. The main grandstand with two giant screens and other premium stands, spread across the circuit, provide massive seating capacity and a great view of the motor racing track. The race circuit has the capacity to accommodate around 110,000 spectators at a time.
- Electrical: SITC of HT/LT Cables, Distribution Boards, Cable Tray, Point Wiring, Earthing & Lightning Protection and ITC of RMU, Transformer, Panels, Light Fixtures. Complete electrical works for F1 Race Track Buildings as well as associated buildings and substations
- DG: SITC of 4×3000, 11 KV and 2×1750 KVA, 11 KV DG Sets
F1 Race Track, Greater Noida
Greater Noida, UP
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