Security, visas… The Indian Grand Prix raises questions and concerns

The weekend of Indian Grand Prix hasn’t even started yet and is already making a lot of noise. Its appearance on the calendar worries some drivers as the Buddh circuit is run down. And according to some, it does not seem to offer enough guarantees in terms of security. This circuit was late approved by the International Federation after changes were made to the circuit. Surface, curves too close to walls, curbs and curbs worry drivers. During a meeting, they were able to view video images of the work being done at Buddh to make the circuit more passable.

Visa problems

The Indian race track was originally designed and built to host Formula 1. The entire paddock is waiting to see the quality of the race track in order to finally convince themselves without actually threatening not to compete. This sequence had the advantage of uniting the pilots, who were increasingly encouraged to demand their rights and bring the issue of safety to the table.

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According to the MotorcyclesSport website, teams are also experiencing problems traveling to India. Earlier in the week, some members of the paddock had not yet received their visas and were unable to take their flights, while 2,000 people are expected at the event. The contract with the Indian Grand Prix covers five seasons.

Original article published on RMC Sport