F1 » Indian GP 'not at risk' insist organisers

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Since opening in 2011 it looks like they have run 2 x F1 race meetings 1 x GT1 World championship meeting in December 2012 (Cancelled) and the Hero Asian Cycling Championships (March 2013) and later this year they have the F1 race and a WSBK event. Considering the circuit cost $400m to build, and bearing in mind Mr E's fees, it is hard to see how the place will survive. With F1 tickets going for as little as £30 for the race, the money won't be recouped from ticket sales. Someone is going to need very deep pockets to keep the circuit going.

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