Greater Noida: Gearing up for Formula One action on their home track for the first time, Indian drivers Narain Karthikeyan and Karun Chandhok on Saturday said the challenging Buddh International Circuit will provide fans with quite a spectacle when F1 comes to the country this October.
"I can relate some of the corners to corners of some other circuits in the world. There are a lot of overtaking opportunities and long straights. Spectators can see the speed of an F1 car, which would go up to 320kms per hour. It will be a huge spectacle," Karthikeyan said.
Adding to that, Chandhok said, "It (circuit) is challenging for drivers. The elevations change, then there are 2-3 corners with double the width for overtaking, great for spectators. It's a tremendous facility."