List of prohibited items in Buddha International Circuit for 2012 F1 Grand Prix, India


Check out this list of prohibited items inside Buddha International Circuit for 2012 Airtel India Formula One Grand Prix to avoid security hassles. Find out what is not allowed inside Buddha International Circuit (New Delhi F1 Grand Prix stadium).

Have you booked your ticket for 2012 Airtel F1 Grand Prix and heading towards to Buddha International Stadium later this October? Do not forget to check out the list of prohibited items in Buddha International Circuit for 2012 Airtel Formula One Grand Prix, India. Remember, not only your belongings that are not permitted inside the BIC will be simply thrown away, you can also lead yourself into troubles like paying fines. To avoid any such unwanted circumstance, please be aware in advance which items are not allowed in BIC for 2012 Indian F1 Grand Prix. Even if you bring any of these by mistake or for convenience, do leave them at your car to avoid unpleasant situations with the security personnel.



Things not allowed in Buddh International Circuit, Noida, in 2012 F1 Grand Prix


Please note that since there is no locker facility or baggage counter, the following things must be left in your car in case you bring them. You are not permitted to enter the stadium with these. Prohibited items in BIC for 2012 Airtel F1 Grand Prix, New Delhi, include:

  1. Cigar, cigarette, beedi, lighter, match box or any such thing; because smoking in public is a crime. Also, smoking can cause fire hazards and therefore inflammable articles like lighters are strictly not allowed inside the stadium.

  2. Any large bags like backpacks, briefcases, large handbags of women, trolleys and similar things are prohibited in the Buddha International Circuit for security reasons.

  3. All kinds of foods (cooked, uncooked, packed or unpacked) and beverages (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) are strictly prohibited inside the Buddha International Circuit.

  4. Plastic materials like cans, bottles, tea cups and other stuff are not allowed in BIC in the 2012 Indian F1 Grand Prix.

  5. Professional photography gears and audio visual equipments are not allowed unless you have written permissions to bring them. Personal cameras or handicams are fine.

  6. Do not bring your pets to the Buddha International Circuit. They may be afraid or angry, and cause trouble with other spectators.

  7. Needless to say, weapons or firearms (not even licensed ones) are strictly prohibited inside BIC.

  8. Any sharp object that can serve the purpose of a weapon, inflammable articles like lighters, fireworks, crackers, flares and so on are strictly prohibited inside BIC.

  9. Musical instruments or whistles are not allowed.

  10. Skateboards or roller blades are not allowed.

  11. You are not allowed to bring any sitting equipment like folding stools, chairs, small tables and so on.

  12. Do not bring flags with poles. Poles can be treated as object that can be used as weapons.

  13. Any other item which is, in public gatherings, unsafe to bring, or prohibited by law in India, or a potential security threat to the drivers, staff and spectators.

  14. Any other items that the security personnel may consider unsafe to take inside.



Do not take these prohibited items inside New Delhi Formula One Grand Prix stadium (BIC). Stay hassle free and enjoy the race!


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