Bahraini marshals to work at Indian GP

The Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI) has revealed that, for the country’s maiden Formula 1 Grand Prix this October, some 110 Bahraini race marshals will be recruited in order to sustain that the event runs smoothly.

Construction 
work continues in India ahead of its first F1 race

Construction work continues in India ahead of its first F1 race

On the 20-race calendar of 2011, India and the Greater Noida-based venue falls into the crucial final trio of events, sandwiched between Korea and Abu Dhabi.

“We’ve reached an agreement with the Bahrain Motor Federation and 110 experienced marshals will be on duty during the Indian GP,” FMSCI President Vicky Chandhok, father of ex Hispania racer Karun, explained to the Hindustan Times.

“In addition to that, we will have 230 marshals from India to shadow the Bahraini officials.”

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