F1 » Ecclestone impressed with Indian circuit

Bernie Ecclestone pleased with the new Indian GP circuit near New Delhi

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......... - Unregistered

October 27, 2011 4:45 AM

It is the worse standard of building i have ever seen in the world... They've managed make something brand new look 20 years old! But the public wont see that thru the blue camera lenses and the sparkling white smiles of the bbc

Knowmorethanyou - Unregistered

October 27, 2011 5:13 AM

Bernie - should have gone to specsavers.

The place is an absolute s**thole. The circuit in Brazil is in better condition than this 'new build'. There is not one straight line in the place. Indian workmanship? Shocking.

F1 Mechanic - Unregistered

October 27, 2011 7:40 AM

I'm here and can't believe what a terrible state this place is in. Things dont fit. Lines that should be staight and parallel are not. There is a grandstand that is so badly built that columns that support the roof that should be vertical are not.

There is a staircase that for some reason just runs off the end of the pit building at roof level..

Paving is uneven, windows dont fit, I heard some of the 240V sockets actually had 415V behind them, some equipment has been damaged as a result.

There was alot of fuss made about how bad Korea was last year, this is much worse.

So disapointed

Clondikemike - Unregistered

October 27, 2011 10:15 AM

I can't say anything about the circuit or infrastructure as I havn't seen it. But one thing is for sure. Having bagged a few million rupees to help Tamara live in the custom expected he ain't gonna go there and say it is a crock of ****, is he!!

Neil - Unregistered

October 27, 2011 10:15 AM

WHAT!!!! I've seen some videos of theplace, and it dont look that good Bernie!!!!!
Bernie would say that HELL was cold, as long as he gets a fistful of dollars!!!! I hope no one gets hurt, from drivers, thru to the spectators. These buildings do not look safe!!!!!

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