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Souls of Speed presents an opportunity for all the Car Audio Fanatics to meet ICE gurus, Audition Audiophile Grade Car Audio Systems and Enlighten themselves with the latest brands and equipment. Refreshments and snacks are sponsored by Car audio specialists – DRIVEN.
Venue : DRIVEN f-7 East of Kailash.
Date : Sunday , 11 / 12 / 2011
Souls of Speed presents The Absolute Sound, I.C.E Meet 2011
Multiple Brands on Display
The Indian F1 racing track Buddh circuit in Greater Noida, inaugurated on tuesday, is nothing short of mindblowing. Built as part of the 2500-acre Jaypee Greens Sports City, the 5km-long track stretches out far into the distance with various changes in elevation. The scale of the whole thing is simply massive. The track has some special features like one of the longest straights (of 1.21 km) in the world and one of the best elevation changes. The complex also has state-of-the-art media centre to accommodate around 600 journalists.
Beautiful Track layout - Buddh International Circuit.
The seats in the Grandstand and other sections are Tri-colored and off excellent quality. The spectator blocks are placed stratigically and offer the maximum view of the track from any point. Tri-colored pattern of the spectator blocks remind you that the place you are at is indeed in INDIA, although it looks and feels like somewhere abroad.
Tri-color Pattern on Spectator Blocks
Then there’s the surface of the track which is one of the smoothest around; pretty ironical, considering we have what are probably the worst roads in the world. F1 driver Narain Karthikeyan says this is one of the smoothest tracks he’s driven on and speeds as high as 320kph should be possible. The Red Bull car did sound fantastic being driven around here, especially with all the elevation changes artificially built into the track. The SLS AMG from Mercedes also did some splendid laps going sideways at every corner. The circuit is lined with the latest Tecpro barriers, which are much safer than a bunch of old tyres bound together
Techpro Barriers and Colored chicanes.
Redbull F1 Race Car
The other thing you can’t miss is the main grandstand and the Pit Area , The structure is massive and is divided in two floors. Grandstand offers the best view for the spectators with the Starting grid and Pit area right in front. The S.O.S team also had a good look from various other stands, Picnic stand which is one of the cheapest at Rs 2500 offers some of the best views being situated at awesome locations. But unfortunately, it looks like it is sold out
Awesome track view from the Spectator blocks
“Around 70 per cent of the tickets have been sold so far and 90 per cent of the corporate boxes have been sold. Only five corporate boxes are left,” said Sameer Gaur, the JPSI managing director. Book your seat FAST speedsters.
Austin, Texas is to serve as the host city of the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ for years 2012 through 2021.
Bernie Ecclestone, President and CEO of the Formula One Group stated: “For the first time in the history of Formula One in the United States, a world-class facility will be purpose-built to host the event. It was thirty years ago that the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ was last held on a purpose-built permanent road course circuit in Watkins Glen, NY (1961-1980), which enjoyed great success. Since then, Formula One has been hosted by Long Beach, Las Vegas, Detroit, Dallas and Phoenix all on temporary street circuits. Indianapolis joined the ranks of host cities in 2000 when they added a road course inside the famed oval. Lewis Hamilton won the last Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ in 2007, signalling the end to eight years at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. This however, will be the first time a facility is constructed from the ground up specifically for Formula One in the US.”
the Formula One driver David Coulthard and Red Bull recently headed down to Austin to display their excitement over the sport’s return to American soil. Coulthard and his Red Bull racer got the chance to play with a few cowboys on Red McCombs’ ranch before taking to public streets in the F1 car. That included a quick stop for doughnuts in front of the capitol building before heading off to the dirt bones of the new track for a little fun.