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The Buddh International Circuit underwent the final scrutiny yesterday for safety and other rules and regulations that are mandatory for race tracks that are eager to host a Formula One Grand Prix. With just two months to go for the inaugural Indian F1 GP, the FIA has deemed the Buddh International Circuit fit for the race. As per the FIA, the Buddh International Circuit is not only safe for the race drivers and cars, but also for the spectators. Also Read - Coronavirus: Day After CM Yogi's Visit, Noida Firm Sealed For Owner Not Disclosing Travel History
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Further, the Buddh International Circuit also fulfils the FIA’s expectations of having the desired hospitality, parking and logistical arrangements. Charlie Whiting, the race director of FIA and also the safety delegate and head of the F1 Technical Department, has monitored all the activities and arrangements at the Buddh International Circuit before giving it a green signal.