Open Track Day To Be Held On September 20 At Buddh International Circuit - Overdrive

Open track day to be held on September 20 at Buddh International Circuit

11 Sep 2015 / 0

The Buddh International Circuit and Jaypee Sports International Limited are organising an open track day on September 20, 2015. You can hit the track on your own car or bike and unleash “your fire breathing machines,” as the organisers put it. To register, pre-payments are required. Those interested could head to the BIC directly and make payment by cash or card or make a payment to Jaypee Sports International Ltd through the bank details provided in the press release.

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Each session costs Rs 5,500 for a car and Rs 4,500 for a bike. People could also opt for a taxi ride in a Mercedes (not specified which model) for Rs 1,600 per person or rent a Polo Cup car for 20 minutes or 45 minutes.


Options available

Vehicle typeSession (45 minutes per session)Registration fee (taxes included)
Car1 sessionRs 5,500
2 sessionsRs 11,000
3 sessionsRs 16,500
Bike1 sessionRs 4,500
2 sessionsRs 9,000
3 sessionsRs 13,500
Mercedes taxi ride3 people in 1 LapRs 1,600 per person
VW Polo Cup car20 minRs 12,000
45 minRs 17,000


Press Release

Dear Sir,

Imagine a stretch laser finished to the highest possible precision.

No barriers, No speed breakers, No pot holes, No traffic lights, No nasty snarls – Sheer Driving Nirvana

BIC, the only Formula 1 circuit in the country, has already witnessed enthralling battles between the best drivers in the world. And now, we give YOU the opportunity to experience the same thrill.
Bringing back again BIC TIME TRIAL where you can venture out in your own car / bike on the majestic track and unleash your fire breathing machines.

Just bring your car/bike to the OPEN TRACK DAY at the Buddh International Circuit and LEAVE YOUR MARK on a world class motor racing circuit.

Key highlights of BIC TIME TRIAL:
· Bring your own car/bike and drive on the racing track
· Try your time against the clock & strive to better it

Following are the available options to be a part of the BIC Time Trial:

S No
Vehicle Mode

For Car & Bike (One session = 45 mins)
Registration fee (INR) (inclusive of taxes)

For 1 session
For 2 session
for 3 session

For 1 session
For 2 session
for 3 session

Taxi ride
In Mercedes
1600 (per person), min 3 people in 1 Lap

VW Polo Car
On rent 20 min
On rent 45 min

Limited Car and Bike slots available, for confirmations and reservations, pre payments are necessary, bank details mention below.

Name of Account Holder: Jaypee Sports International Ltd
Name of Bank: Axis Bank Ltd
Bank Account Number: 910020048917715
Bank Account Type: Current
Bank branch and address: K-21, K-22, Sector-18, Noida
MICR Code: 110211035
IFSC Code: UTIB0000361

Please mail us the following transaction details, so that we may confirm the receipt of your payment:
Name of Account Holder
Name of Bank
Bank Account Number
Bank Branch and Address
Transaction ID

On receiving the duly filled Registration Form and confirmation of your payment, we shall get back to you with the conformation details.

The registration desk would be open from 8:30 AM. Guest could also reach BIC directly and make payment by CASH or CARD to avail the sessions(as per availability of sessions).

Attached find for your reference the guidelines for BIC Time Trial. You are requested to go through the attached guidelines carefully before you come for Time Trial.
Apart from the Time Trial we have also organized various activities, details of which are attached.

For further details, you may get in touch with us at: +91 120 4428099/13/62/12/46 (9.30 am - 6 pm)

NOTE: Full LEATHER ARMOURED Riding Suit, Gloves, Boots and Helmet must be worn by Bike Riders.

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