F1 » Whiting: Indian GP preparations 'more than satisfactory'


A visit to the Buddh International Circuit - home to the forthcoming inaugural Indian Grand Prix - this week has resulted in FIA race director Charlie Whiting proclaiming that progress has 'exceeded expectations'

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realitybites - Unregistered

September 01, 2011 5:51 PM

@Banditfan I would suggest you stop reading the webzine you mentioned. They have posted June pics on Aug 5th claiming to be latest. They picked those pics form
bit dot ly/l16IBH
Interestingly they picked all the dirty pics.

The latest updates as of on Aug 16th can be seen here:
bit dot ly/q4XX1V

ps stop spreading ill intentioned rumors.

aznib - Unregistered

September 02, 2011 12:20 AM

@binza: Yes, they did. In fact there is no table, no chairs, they are all sitting on the ground in the photo. On 30th Oct. they will transmit brain control waves to make spectators believe that the cars are running on the race track.

You better grab your tin foil hat, if you want to see bullock cars running on the field.

Banditfan

September 02, 2011 4:10 PM

@realitybites,
I checked your link and the images there look a huge amount of work remains to be done. I did not attempt to start "ill intentioned rumours" just posted the most commonly available images that show the state of construction to be a long way from completion. I see little in your link to change my opinion.

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