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The $400-mn Formula One race track at Buddh International Circuit designed by famous German architect, Hermann Tilke may see Jaypee Group's elderly promoter Jaiprakash Gaur taking driving lessons Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Tale of two race circuits

Few countries have two Formula One racetracks that are as steeped in the history of the elite racing series as the Nrburgring and the Hockenheimring in Germany. Since the first German Grand Prix in 1951, the race has shifted between the two tracks, ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago

Racing tracks sleeping pill or energy drink?

At the end of the 80s, French president Francois Mitterand had the ambition of developing the Magny-Cours racetrack, using as a source of inspiration some of the corners that drivers loved on other circuits: Imola, Nurburgring, Adelaide, Estoril.
 Inautonews4 days ago

2014 Formula One German Grand Prix Preview

Follow Viknesh Round 10 of the 2014 Formula One World Championship brings us to the Hockenheimring for this year's German Grand Prix . The location of the track is not far from Mercedes-Benz's headquarters, so members of the Mercedes AMG F1 team ...
 MotorAuthority5 days ago +||ENJOY||=live@ ??? F1?? Grand Prix Montreal de Canada Live  FanNation1 month ago

German GP last for 'new' Hockenheim?

HOCKENHEIM, Germany - The "phones have been running hot" ahead of the 2014 German Formkula 1 GP scheduled for this weekend, according to track boss Georg Seiler. That is because, before Germany's shocking 7-1 victory over Brazil in the recent ...
 News246 days ago | German GP last for 'new' Hockenheim?  Wheels246 days ago

F1: Weekend could be last blast at ''new'' Hockenheim

From GMM The "phones have been running hot" ahead of the German grand prix, according to Hockenheim boss Georg Seiler. That is because, before Germany's shocking 7-1 victory over Brazil in the recent world cup semi-final, the circuit was offering ...
 Auto123.com1 week ago Last blast at new Hockenheim?  Top Car1 week ago

Austria Might Get Back in MotoGP with the Red Bull Ring [Photo Gallery]

⌖ A- A+ The French spies of gp-inside have gotten wind of something brewing in Austria for the 2015 MotoGP season. Namely, we might get to see an Austrian round in the next year championship (and possibly beyond). The circuit formerly known ...
 Auto Evolution1 week ago

Rosneft starts supplies of high-tech components for road surface of the Formula 1 race track at Sochi

The polymer modified bituminous binder "Alfabit", produced by Rosneft was selected as component for the top layer of the asphalt for the fast track Formula 1 "Sochi Avtodrom". The "Alfabit" group of products of road bitumen were developed on the ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago

Abu Dhabi's playground: Yas Island

It would be doing its many attractions and infrastructure developments a disservice to describe Yas Island as Abu Dhabi's entertainment quarter, but it's undeniable that the pocket of land located less than half an hour from the centre of the UAE ...
 Meet Middle East3 weeks ago

Red Bull tycoon re-energizing Formula One

Austrian Red Bull tycoon Dietrich Mateschitz likes to do his talking - and his spending - on the track. The billionaire made just one low-key public appearance during Sunday's Austrian Grand Prix. He was finally spotted by eagle-eyed TV cameras ...
 CNN4 weeks ago
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