F1 Fanatic - wecaz
Yes I watched the videos. Here are my preferences:
1. Picnic stand North: View of cars coming from the main stand and view of cars negotiating T1, T2, and T3 turns. But there are no seats.
2. Classic Stand North: View of cars overtaking at T3 and speeding upto maximum.
3. East Star Stands 1,2,3: View of cars coming at max speed, breaking, T4 and again speeding. Nice view of max length of track.
As per your experience at Classic Stand East, could you please tell,
Were the people sitting during the final race and were you able to enjoy the race easily from your seat?
Could you get any clear view of cars inside the Main Grand Stand?
Today I am going to watch TV recording of 2011 race. I think I will get a clearer picture about which stand to choose.
Sorry but the answer is
no and no.
Where to sit ?
It depends upon your budget and in what you might be more interested, lets say glittering area of “Main Grand Stand” or “overtaking region” or “speedy area of 300 kmph”? I am going for any Classic stand as per my budget.
What to wear ?
October end is the end of Summer. Any light summer clothing will do.
Do you mean traveling India? Please check indiamike website.
Where to eat ?
First time in India?? Oooo… This going to be interesting. Check the above website.
Remember that the bus from “Nodia City Centre Metro Station” needs to be pre-booked. I have seen many people missed this fact previous year.
Found it, BBC 5 live sports extra is providing live commentary on internet.
Today I was my first personal experience to F1 race as most of the other people which you have seen in the stands. Initially I was amazed to see the speed, but later I was becoming frustrated as I couldn’t follow the status of the race which used to be a lot easier at home.
Can you advice me how to keep track on the drivers? At circuit, the screen text was unreadable, audio broadcast was inaudible in the engine sound. I don’t have a AM radio, but a FM radio. I am planning to check status in my 3G enabled mobile phone. I am looking for any audio commentary such as BBC.