Buddh International Circuit is a new racing facility, which is situated in Greater Noida, India. It’s going to host India’s first ever Formula 1 race, which will take place at the end of October, 2011. Designed by Bernie Ecclestone’s preferred track designer Hermann Tilke, it’s going to be a spectacular venue with with several awesome touches to the layout. In the first three corners they’ve got quite a subsstanial elevation change – 14M to be precise! Secondly they’ve got a double apex banked right handed corner mid way round the lap – it’s going to prove a real challenge for the drivers and hopefully we’ll see some brilliant racing. It’s initially going to have seating for 110,000 people with plans in place to increase it to 200,000 in the future. Located at the heart of the Jaypee Sports City, they are planning to build several other large sporting venues as the project continues. It’s rumored to have cost well over $200 Million, with the aim of bringing Formula 1 to India.