First Moto GP Grand Prix in India to Cause Heavy Traffic

  • The first Moto GP Grand Prix in India is set to take place from 22nd to 24th of this month at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, which may result in heavy traffic.
  • Tickets for the event can be purchased on, with prices ranging from INR 800 to INR 1,80,000 for approximately 1 lakh seats available.
  • Passes for all three days can be bought, including free practice sessions on Friday, qualifying and sprint on Saturday, and the Grand Prix on Sunday.
  • The prices for entry tickets start at INR 800, while booking for tickets priced between INR 10,000 and INR 30,000 is already full.

How to Reach the Circuit?

  • There are three ways to reach the circuit: by personal vehicle, shuttle bus service (operating from various locations in Delhi), and cab service.
  • Shuttle and cab services can also be booked through
  • The circuit is located approximately 40 kilometers away from Delhi, with Indira Gandhi International Airport being the closest airport.


  • There is limited parking available at the circuit, and payment will be required for the parking facility.
  • Since parking is limited, it will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

With expectations of a large crowd at the Moto GP Grand Prix, it is advisable to purchase parking tickets along with the entry tickets. Parking tickets will be available behind the ticket counter.

खबर हिंदी में भी समझिए

2023 की 22-24 तारीख को देश में पहली मोटो जीपी ग्रांड प्रिक्स का आयोजन होने जा रहा है। इसके कारण भारी ट्रैफिक की संभावना है। इसमें लगभग 1 लाख सीटें हैं। टिकट खरीदने के लिए पर जाएं। टिकट के मूल्य 800 रुपये से 1,80,000 रुपये तक हैं। टिकट की कीमतें अलग-अलग हैं और आपको विभिन्न फैसलिटी के साथ टिकट मिलेंगे। आप वाहन, शटल बस या कैब सेवा का उपयोग करके सर्किट तक पहुंच सकते हैं। पार्किंग के लिए अलग से भुगतान करना होगा। यदि आपने अपनी कार से आने का प्लान बनाया है, तो आप पार्किंग टिकट भी खरीद सकते हैं।

Serving "जहाँ Indian वहाँ India" Since 2014. I Started News Desk in Early Days of India Internet Revolution and 4G. I write About India for Indians.

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