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February 05, 2013
The Buddh International Circuit is going to open its doors to the general public for an open track day on February 17. Enthusiasts will be able to take any category of bike or car to the track to test their skills. The only requirement for participants would be to have a valid driving license.

While each hour-long session will cost Rs. 4,000 for cars, bike enthusiasts will be able to enjoy each session for Rs. 3,000. Those who book three sessions will get a complementary session on the track.
 
Each car or motorbike will be first assessed by track officials before being taken out on to the track.
There will be a safety briefing facilitated by professional driving instructors to discuss the rules, safety, driving techniques, circuit information and handling emergency situations while out on the tarmac.
 
Enthusiasts will also be able to take a ride in a car of their choice from among Mercedes SLS, E-class, C-class and ML-class with certified circuit drivers at a cost.
 
Those interested can visit www.buddhinternationalcircuit.co.in for more information.