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INDIAN 
GRAND 
PRIX 
Buddh International Circuit,Greater Noida 
Thesis 
Report 
By Divyesh Kumar
Introduction 
ABOUT THE PROJECT 
Jaypee race circuit – which will host India’s first ever F1 Grand Prix in 2011. Situated on the 
outskirts of New Delhi, near Greater Noida, the Jaypee racetrack will be a part of Jaypee Sports City, 
which is spread over 2,500 acres. This facility will include a Cricket stadium that will have a seating 
capacity of 100,000 people. There will also be a hockey arena, a sports training academy and 
infrastructure for other sports. 
BIC has been designed as one of the fastest, most exciting motor racing circuits in the world, is 
well suited to the requirements of powerful, high-spec racing cars and motorcycles and will 
host some of the most challenging motorsports events on the planet. The track’s combination 
of 16 corners, high-speed straights and dramatic changes in elevation has been designed to 
provide ample opportunities for overtaking, which is what makes motor racing exciting. At the 
same time, in terms of adherence to safety norms and regulations, run-off areas, medical 
facilities, facilities for the media and overall infrastructure, BIC will be among the best in the 
world. 
BUDDH INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT: FACT SHEET 
Length: 5.14km 
Turns: 16 
Highest point of elevation: 14m 
Width of the track: Between 18m – 20m 
Top speeds on the circuit: About 320km/h, for an F1 car 
Total seating capacity: About 120,000 
Approximate cost of building the track: US$400 million 
Distance from New Delhi: 40km approx. 
ABOUT JAYPEE SPORTS INTERNATIONAL LIMITED (JPSI) 
Established in October 2007, Jaypee Sports International Ltd., a subsidiary of Jaiprakash 
Associates Ltd. (JAL), is well on its way to completing the construction of India’s premier 
motorsports destination – Buddh International Circuit (BIC) – which will host India’s first ever F1 
Grand Prix in October 2011. In addition to F1, the track is also expected to host other top-level 
international motorsports events from 2012 onwards. 
BIC will be a part of Jaypee Sports City, which is spread over 2,500 acres. This facility will include 
a Cricket stadium that is being developed in two phases and which will have a seating capacity 
of 100,000 people. There will also be a hockey arena, a sports training academy and 
infrastructure for other sports. 
Jaypee Sports City, the country’s first fully integrated megacity built around a sporting lifestyle 
and featuring premium residential and commercial spaces, has been designed by world-renowned 
architects and planners, SOM. One of the world's leading design consultants for the 
hospitality, leisure and entertainment industries, SOM has made a significant contribution to 
making Jaypee Sports City the best of its kind anywhere in the world. 
INTRODUCTION
ABOUT THE LOCATION:GREATER NOIDA 
28o 23’ 12’’ N 
77o 31’ 3’’ E 
In the early 1980s the Government of India realized that the rapid rate at which 
Delhi was expanding would result in chaos. So they planned to develop residential 
and industrial areas around the capital to reduce the burden of rapid development 
on the capital. The two areas which were developed were Gurgaon (across the 
border with Haryana) and Noida (across the border with Uttar Pradesh). As a 
planned expansion, Noida's infrastructure and utilities was carefully laid out. Noida 
was developed to be able to accommodate population growth for 20–25 years. But, 
with the massive influx to Delhi, it was overloaded in just 15 years. 
Panipat 
Meerut 
Baghpat 
Sonpat 
Rohtak 
Ghaziabad 
Delhi 
G.B. Nagar 
Faridabad 
Gurgaon 
Jhajhar 
Rewari 
Alwar 
The site for the project is 
located in Greater Noida which falls 
within the Delhi - National Capital 
Region. The metropolitan region of 
Delhi - NCR was notified in 1962 to 
relieve Delhi of developmental 
pressures. Apart from Delhi, the NCR 
includes areas of participating states - 
Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and 
Rajasthan. Covering an area of 
33,578 square kilometres, this is the 
ninth largest urban conglomeration in 
the world. 
Greater Noida is located in Gautam 
Buddh Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh 
and lies 40 kilometres south east of 
Delhi. It is an extension to Noida. 
Yamuna river 
Hindon river 
Noida 
Greater Noida i 
Greater Noida ii 
Delhi 
NH 8 
to Jaipur 
NH 1 
to Chandigarh 
NH 10 
to Rohtak NH 24 
to Ghaziabad 
NH 2 
to Agra 
Airport 
Airport 
As a 40,000 hectare planned 
township, Greater Noida is the 
largest industrial township in 
Asia. Current population is 0.22 
million, which is set to grow to 
0.7 million by 2016. 
Greater Noida has the best 
planned infrastructure in NCR. 
This township is home to several 
multinational firms and a large 
number of educational 
institutions. The landuse profile is 
a mix of residential, commerce & 
services, educational institutes 
and industrial zones. 
INTRODUCTION
Introduction 
TERMINOLOGIES RELATING F1 
PITS 
An area of track separated from the start/finish straight by a wall, where the 
cars are brought for new tyres and fuel during the race, or for set-up 
changes in practice, each stopping at their respective pit garages. 
PIT STOP 
Drivers get most of the attention, but Formula One racing remains a team 
sport even during the race itself. The precisely timed, millimetre perfect 
choreography of a modern pit stop is vital to help teams to turn their race 
strategy into success - changing a car’s tyres, replacing damaged parts and 
adjusting front wings in a matter of seconds. 
PIT LANE 
The pit-lane at every circuit is divided into two lanes. The lane closest to the 
pit wall is known as the ‘fast lane’, whilst the lane closest to the garages is 
the ‘inner lane’. 
The FIA allocates garages and an area in the ‘inner lane’ where the teams 
may work, and within each space is one position - or pit box - where pit 
stops may be carried out during practice sessions, qualifying and the race 
Section showing Race course and Pit lane 
PIT LANE 
FAST LANE WORKING LANE 
RACING COUSRE 
PIT WALL 
12-17mts. 6mts. 8mts. 
2mts. 
DRAIN 
START GRID WALKING LANE 
PIT BLDG. 
PADDOCK 
An enclosed area behind the pits in which the teams keep their transporters and motor homes. 
There is no admission to the public. It also includes parking spaces for participants and FIA officials 
Example showing Paddock Area.
SITE 
STUDY 
CONNECTIVITY 
CLIMATOLOGY 
& SURVEY
SITE 
TO NOIDA 
Why Greater Noida? 
There is great potential within this site,a chance to 
redefine a neighborhood with no distinctiveness and 
energize a seemingly underperforming area marked 
by the surrounding venues. This proposal should 
understand and embrace the following site 
conditions and use them as design opportunities to 
simultaneously enhance the project and its adjoining 
community. 
Proposed 
Airport at Jewar 
TAJ EXPRESSWAY TO AGRA 
SITE STUDY
To Delhi 
Noida City Center Upcoming Metro by 2014 Dankuar 
Alpha and Beta Sector 
METRO 
• METRO rail’s proposed Line will 
add a stop at adjacent to the site along the 
river Yamuna. 
Existing metro is 
• Will make the area highly accessible to 
all residents within the loop. 
EXISTING RAILWAYS 
Kurja Junction 
To Kanpur 
• Nearest station is Dankaur Station which 
lies on New-Delhi-Howarh Main line. 
• Khurja junction is upcoming station to 
deal with the freight services of Greater 
Noida, 
Existing 
Eastern Peripheral Road 
Taj Expressway 
To Noida 
To Ballabhgarh 
To Agra 
AUTOMOBILE and BUS Route 
• The Taj expressway is under development 
where it connects the Noida and Agra by 
165 kms in length. 
•This project claims to cover the new 
International Airport at Jewar which will 
take 100 min to Agra and is 12 kms away 
from the site 
Airport 
• Existing airport that is Indra Gandhi 
International Airport is 110 min apart from 
the site. 
•The proposed airport at Jewar District is 
only 12 kms south towards Agra. 
IGI Airport 
Jewar Airport 
SITE CONNECTIVITY 
SITE STUDY 
Pari chowk 
Sector 149
SITE CLIMATOLOGY 
SOLAR STUDY 
SUN POSITION DURING JULY SUN POSITION DURING MARCH 
SUN POSITION DURING SEPTEMBER SUN POSITION DURING DECEMBER 
SECTION SHOWING MINIMUM CANTILEVER CALCULATION 
Following observations were made. 
1.During July the incident solar angle 
is overhead. 
2. This fixes the design criteria for the 
shadow for the spectators beneath the 
roof structure of the Main Grand 
Stand. 
3.Hence the cantilever arms can be 
fixed 
SITE CLIMATOLOGY
N 
15° 
30° 
45° 
60° 
75° 
90° 
105° 
120° 
135° 
150° 
165° 
180° 
195° 
210° 
225° 
OPTIMUM ORIENTATION 
240° 
285° 
270° 
255° 
300° 
315° 
330° 
345° 
Best 
Worst 
kWh/m² 
4.50 
4.00 
3.50 
3.00 
2.50 
2.00 
1.50 
1.00 
0.50 
Compromise: 190.0° 
100.0° 
Annual Average 
Underheated Period 
Overheated Period 
Location: GREATER NOIDA, IND 
Orientation based on average daily incident 
radiation on a vertical surface. 
Underheated Stress: 0.0 
Overheated Stress: 1398.8 
Compromise: 190.0° 
Avg. Daily Radiation at -168.0° 
Entire Year: 1.93 kWh/m² 
Underheated: 3.47 kWh/m² 
Overheated: 0.79 kWh/m² 
MONTHLY DIURNAL AVERAGE 
°C MONTHLY DIURNAL AVERAGES - GREATER NOIDA, IND W/m² 
40 1.0k 
30 0.8k 
20 0.6k 
10 0.4k 
0 0.2k 
-10 0.0k 
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 
°CDAILY CONDITIONS - 1st January (1) W/m² 
40 1.0k 
30 0.8k 
20 0.6k 
10 0.4k 
0 0.2k 
-10 0.0k 
2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 
LEGEND 
Comfort: Thermal Neutrality 
Temperature 
Rel.Humidity 
Direct Solar 
Diffuse Solar 
Wind Speed Cloud Cover 
SITE CLIMATOLOGY
50 km/h 
40 km/h 
30 km/h 
20 km/h 
10 km/h 
March 
50 km/h hrs 
40 km/h 
30 km/h 
20 km/h 
10 km/h 
56+ 
44 
33 
22 
11 
<5 
July 
50 km/h 
40 km/h 
30 km/h 
20 km/h 
10 km/h 
September 
50 km/h 
40 km/h 
30 km/h 
20 km/h 
10 km/h 
December 
PREVAILING WINDS 
Wind Frequency (Hrs) 
Location: GREATER NOIDA, IND (28.6°, 77.2°) 
Time: 00:00 - 24:00 
hrs 
56+ 
44 
33 
22 
11 
<5 
hrs 
hrs 
56+ 
44 
33 
22 
11 
<5 
56+ 
44 
33 
22 
11 
<5 
PSYCHROMETRIC CHART 
DBT(°C) 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 
AH 
30 
25 
20 
15 
10 
5 
Comfort 
Location: GREATER NOIDA, IND 
Frequency: 1st January to 31st December 
Weekday Times: 00:00-24:00 Hrs 
Weekend Times: 00:00-24:00 Hrs 
Barometric Pressure: 101.36 kPa 
SITE CLIMATOLOGY
RESERACH
COMMUNITY 
SPECTATORS 
Spectators are a crucial user group, not only providing the economical support but the spiritual and 
social cohesion that keeps these venues and franchises afoat. Seating is a vital component to the 
fan experience and is traditionally accommodated by reconciling comfort, safety, robustness, and 
economy. While still considering these factors, this project proposes a fifth dimension, diversity. 
Stadiums have always been places that shamelessly divide its spectators into various class systems, 
this project will attempt to capitalize on such diversities in the seating and sight lines. 
• General Seating 
• Brief: Provide seats or standing places for the spectators in a way that they have a 
clear and comfortable view of the event, yet give the spectators diverse and unique 
perspectives within their different seating zones. 
• Conclusion: 
• The seat is no longer judged solely by its location in respect to the field but its views 
with respect to the city, variation in seating type, material, and fixation. 
Spectators can become residents on non-event days 
with respect to ‘C’ value. 
• Private Viewing & Facilities 
Slope calculation 
• Brief: These are unique spaces in stadiums defined by the standards of comfort and 
refreshments facilities, but restrained by the willingness or ability of people to pay for the 
benefts. Since the demand for these spaces varies from person to person the spaces 
should be flexible, not just for interaction between the box and lounge, but for interaction 
between suite and stadium. Spaces include: 
• Lounge area with self-contained bar and kitchen 
• Box/platform for viewing 
• Private restroom 
• Conclusion: 
• Suites can also function as commercial space 
• Hosting small conferences, meetings, and accommodating out of town guests 
• Tourists can rent a hotel and watch the event from their room 
LITERATURE STUDY 
‘c’ Distance between top 
of head and sight-line 
SECTION SHOWING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SLOPE AND THE SPECTATOR EASE OF VIEW TO THE EVENT
AMENITIES 
OPERATIONS 
By nature Grand Stand have a natural captive market, when people come to enjoy the event there 
are operational amenities to ensure spectators needs and wants. Conversely, when stadiums are not 
in operation these markets, jobs, and revenues are inexistent thus missing out on additional economy. 
How else can these support spaces be utilized and accommodate infuxes of people on non-event 
days? 
• Concessions 
• Brief: Concession stands shall be located at all concourse levels and appropriately 
distributed along the concourse level. 
• Conclusion: 
• Restaurants, cafes, and bars will serve as the concessions 
• Run by local business owners/managers who share proft with the team on event days 
• Concessions remain open to the city throughout the week 
• Provide greater diversity and quality of food 
• Various types of concessions from quick-service outlets to sit-and-eat areas 
• Watch the event, eat, and socialize 
• Ticket Sales Offices 
• Brief: Ticket offices should be evenly distributed around the site and clear to crowds 
leaving and approaching the stadium. The windows should be 30 feet away from entry 
gates so that circulation is not obstructed. 
• Conclusion: 
• Ticket offces typically remain open throughout the week for sales but can act as 
general information hubs for the venue throughout the week. 
• Souvenir Shops 
• Brief: These retail outlets are meant to provide visitors with the opportunity to take a 
memento to commemorate the event, however these spaces also contribute to the 
fnancial viability of the stadium. 
• Conclusion: 
• Integrated with other types of retail shops and stores 
• Provide an enticing variety of retail outlets that can function independently of the 
stadium’s events. 
• Grand Prix Museum 
• Brief: Museums are an additional program that can supplement the visitation of the 
stadium. Can showcase photographs, trophies, awards, records, and memorabilia to tell 
the story of the sports franchise. 
• Conclusion: 
• Provide temporary and rotating exhibitions of other cultures that appeal to a wider 
spectrum of people. 
• Local Art, History of Houston, Exhibits for children, etc. 
• Restrooms 
• Brief: Toilet rooms shall be provided for men and women at every concourse level and 
appropriately distributed. The ratio of spectators to fixtures shall be based on 50% male 
and 50% female attendance. Fixtures shall be provided based on the following ratios: 
• Male (12 restrooms) 
• 1 urinal per 100 men = 100 urinals 
• 1 WC per 500 men = 20 WCs 
• 1 sink per 300 men = 35 sinks 
• Female (12 restrooms) 
• 1 WC per 90 women = 110 WCs 
• 1 sink per 200 women = 50 sinks 
LITERATURE STUDY
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT 
MEDIA 
Facilities for the media are an integral part of the stadium, allowing the press to provide information to 
the public through various mediums. Coverage of sports has expanded tremendously over the past 20 
years through radio, television, newspapers, and the Internet to become a much larger portion of human 
culture. With rapid changes in technology and an increasing interest in media coverage, these spaces 
should be flexible to members of the media and accessible to the people that they serve as well. 
• The Press Facility 
• Brief: It’s important to group these facilities near the participants for ease of 
communication between the two groups 
• Conclusion: 
• These highly equipped and technical spaces can act as media galleries, cinemas, 
and recording studios for the public during non-event days 
• Press Box 
• Brief: Stations for writers and media member shall be provided. This area shall 
contain built-in writing counter, seating, electrical and telephone outlets, sound 
system and closed circuit television. Coat racks and lockable book lockers for 
writers will be provided. 
• Broadcasting Booths 
• Brief: Broadcasting booths suitable for TV or radio with built-in counters, special 
acoustical treatment on walls and ceiling, and operable sash. 
• Coaches 
• Brief: Spaces for home and visiting team coaches, 5 seats each, shall contain 
built-in writing desks and telephone connections to player benches and 
operable sash. 
• Scoreboard Control 
• Brief: This space shall be provided with built-in writing counters. All wiring, 
control panels, and other equipment required for operation of the scoreboard 
equipment and instant replay boards. 
• Public Address Announcer 
• Brief: This space for announcer and assistants with built-in counter will contain 
all controls required for a public address system serving the entire stadium. 
Public address booth to have operable sash. 
• Conference & Interview Room 
• Brief: Interview space for television broadcasts shall be provided convenient 
to both home and visitor’s locker rooms. This room shall be accessible by 
television cable tray and electrical requirements shall be provided. 
• Press Club 
• Brief: For press personnel, this facility shall contain dining facilities seating 
approximately 175 persons and rough-in plumbing and electrical service for 
food and beverage service. The space shall be adjacent to the working press 
area in the press box. 
• Equipment Storage 
• Brief: Adequate space for sound system, telephone, electrical, and television 
equipment shall be provided. 
• Restrooms 
• Brief: Toilet facilities for the press shall be provided for men and women, 
including attendant closet. 
LITERATURE STUDY
AREA REQUIREMENT 
Main Grand Stand: 
20,300 seating capacity 
Pit Building: 
Core Services which includes 
Toilet Lift and Staircase for Teams at the gap 
of 6 Pit Boxes 
No. of Boxes=41 
Each box:120 m2 
Length : 15.00 m 
Width : 7.00 m 
Height: 4.5 m 
Includes: 
Within each module, all the boxes can be 
connected to each other by rolling shutter 
doors. 
Cable and Widi services with toilet provision 
Hospitality Suites: VIP Hospitality Suites: 
LITERATURE STUDY 
Media Center: 
Size: 300 m2 
Capacity: 150 people 
TV monitors: 24 
Individual lockers: 50 
Includes: 
Cable and wifi Internet access 
Information desk 
Private office for press officer 
Briefing Room: 
Size: 223 m2 
Capacity: 200 people 
Includes: 
Video projector with feedback to TV screens 
Sound system 
Catering Room: 
Size: 300 m2 
Capacity: 160 people 
Located next to kitchen 
Size: 60m2 
Capacity: 35-40 people 
TV monitors 
Private terraces over looking pit lane and 
paddock 
Size: 150 m2 
Capacity: 100 people 
TV monitors 
Toilets 
CONFERENCE ROOM 
Size: 295 m2 
Capacity: 200 people 
Audiovisual equipment: Screen vídeo, 
proyector and sound system 
Direct access for catering services 
Information desk 
RESTAURANT / CAFETERIA 
Restaurant capacity: 100 people 
1st floor catering hall: 300 people 
EVENT ORGANIZERS OFFICES 
Offices available for customers 
8 individual offices 
1 meeting room 
Paddock : 
23,000 m2
DESIGN APPROACH 
TRACK DESIGN 
TURNS BUILDING 
ROAD ROAD ROAD 
Track Formation according 
to following requirement: 
1.Lenght of track 
2.No. of turns required 
3.Maximum Speed of 
required 
The track is laid primarily 
taking these conditions. 
ROAD ROAD ROAD 
DESIGN APPROACH 
Spectators are never 
allowed to cross the track in 
any case. Building 
requirement at the site 
governs the loop shape of 
the track. Hence the area 
required to cater them is 
also considered to be an 
important factor. 
Grand stands and other 
stands are oriented to view 
the maximum percentage of 
the event happening. 
Grand Stands are designed to 
view almost 75% of the track. 
Other than Main Grand 
Stand the location is set 
mostly at the corner where 
the turning radius is quite 
low so that a vehicle can 
spend maximum time for 
exiting the spectator. 
Inside the Track Loop the 
paddock area is defined 
where spectators are strictly 
prohibited. These include 
Pit Building, team buildings 
and services regarding 
safety and functioning of the 
event. 
Along the periphery a Service 
loop is provided so as the 
circulation remains smooth 
for spectators as well as 
event managers. Inter-connectivity 
inside the track 
is provided to approach for 
ambulance and medic team 
during the mis happening. 
SITE ENTRY 
REQUIREMENTS VIEW % AND ORIENTATION 
OF THE BLOCK 
OTHER STANDS 
PADDOCK 
SERVICE LOOP 
PARKING 
INTER 
CONNECTION
PRE 
CED 
ENT 
CASE STUDIES 
& EXAMPLES
SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT 
TRACK DESIGN AND INFORMATION 
Number of Laps: 56 
Circuit Length: 5.451 km 
Race Distance: 305.066 km 
No. of Turns: 16 
The new circuit in China was designed by Hermann 
Tilke to be a circuit for the new millennium,with 
impressive spectator facilities and a media centre which 
spans the start finish straight - on opening it was billed 
as the venue all others should aspire to. It features 
Tilke's trademark long straight followed by a tight 
hairpin. The shape of the circuit is designed to look like 
the Chinese character 'Shang' which means high or 
above, and there are also other echoes of traditional 
Chinese architecture, including the team buildings set 
on stilts in the lake. 
PRECENDENTS|SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT
LOCATION 
Located in one of China's most economically developed regions of the Yangtze River Delta, adjacent 
to Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces, located in the northwest corner of Shanghai's Jiading district, 
close to Shanghai International Automobile City in Jiading New Town and construction. 
2.5km2 
2.8km2 
COMMERCIAL 
Shanghai 
Circuit 
M 
Participants and Team Entry 
Loop Road 
Express Highway 
Bus Parking Car Parking 
Site Approach and Parking 
PRECENDENTS|SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT 
P 
P 
P 
P 
P 
P P P 
P 
P 
H 
Team 
Parking 
Site First Impression
Circulation Pattern of Main Grand Stand. 
Restaurant Staircase 
Main Grand Stand 
From Metro Station 
Lift 
Media Room 
Roof Structure 
Concourse Level III 
VIP Seating (A.C.) 
Concourse Level II 
Concourse Level I 
Entrance Plazza 
Section of Main Grand Stand. 
PRECENDENTS|SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT
PIT GARAGE BUILDING 
PITLANE 
PADDOCK 
TEMPORARY PARTITION 
PIT-LANE 
PADDOCK 
Core Services which includes 
Toilet Lift and Staircase for Teams at the gap 
of 6 Pit Boxes 
1.No. of Boxes=41 
2.Each box:120 m2 
3.Length : 15.00 m 
4.Width : 7.00 m 
5.Height: 4.5 m 
Includes: 
Within each module, all the boxes can be 
connected to each other by rolling shutter 
doors. Cable and Wifi services with toilet provision 
PRECENDENTS|SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT
PIT GARAGE BUILDING 
MEDIA CENTER 
Media center is over the cantilevered space above the start/finish track. The interior planning is done central axially 
where media person can easily visualize the track as well as pit building. Reception and office cabins is allocated at the 
ends. This is accessible through lifts from main con-course and from paddock are to the other side. 
Size: 300 m2 
Capacity: 150 people 
TV monitors: 24 
Individual lockers: 50 
Includes: 
Cable and wifi Internet access 
Information desk 
Private office for press officer 
OFFICE 
SCHEMATIC PLAN SHOWING MEDIA CENTER SPACES 
PIT GARAGE BUILDING 
CATERING ROOM 
Size: 300 m2 
Capacity: 160 people 
Cable and wifi Internet access 
Information desk 
Located next to kitchen 
PHOTOS SHOWING MEDIA CENTER 
PASSAGE WAY TO PADDOCK PASSAGE WAY FROM CONCOURSE 
OFFICE 
OFFICE 
OFFICE 
PRECENDENTS|SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT
BRIEFING ROOM 
PIT GARAGE BUILDING 
Plan showing Briefing Room 
TOWARDS PADDOCK 
PRECENDENTS|SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT 
BRIEFING ROOM 
HOSPITALITY ROOM 
PIT GARAGE BUILDING 
Size: 223 m2 
Capacity: 200 people 
Includes: 
Video projector with feedback 
to TV screens & Sound system 
Size: 60m2 
Capacity: 35-40 people 
TV monitors 
Private terraces over looking 
pit lane and paddock 
FACING TRACK EVENTS 
Photos showing Briefing Room and Catering Room
SILVERSTONE GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT 
BRIEF 
Like many UK historic tracks, Silverstone was built on the site of an old RAF airfield with the 
original circuit making use of the three runways in a triangle formation, so common to World 
War Two airfields. 
The first race at the circuit is reported to have taken place in September 1947 between local 
resident Maurice Geoghegan and 11 friends who raced on a two-mile ad-hoc circuit. The race 
was plagued by sheep wandering onto the circuit; the event was nicknamed the 'Mutton Grand 
Prix' after Geoghegan hit one of the unfortunate creatures, signalling the end for both car and 
sheep. 
The following year the Royal Automobile Club (RAC) took a lease on the airfield and set out a 
more formal circuit marked by hay bales. The layout still retained use of the original runways 
and led to a circuit consisting of long straights joined by hairpin corners. In 1949 the layout 
was revised to use the perimeter track and this layout formed the circuit for the first Grand 
Prix held there in 1950. 
In the presence of King George VI, the race was won by Nino Farino in his Alfa Romeo, finishing 
two laps ahead of team-mate Luigi Faglioli. The start-line was moved from Farm straight to the 
current location for the 1952 Grand Prix and the layout remained largely unaltered for the next 
35 years. The circuit continued to host grand 
TRACK INFORMATION 
PRECENDENTS|SILVERSTONE GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT 
Number of Laps: 52 
Circuit Length: 5.891 km 
Race Distance: 306.227 km 
No. of Turns: 18
SITE ACCESS AND PARKING 
PRECENDENTS|SILVERSTONE GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT 
MAIN SITE ACCESS 
SECONDARY SITE ACCESS 
PARKING 
PADDOCK AREA 
PARKING 
PARKING
PIT BUILDING PLAN 
LONGITUDINAL SECTION 
1 
Section Shown by parts 
1 
2 3 
2 
3 
PRECENDENTS|SILVERSTONE GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT
TRANSVERSE SECTIONS 
PRECENDENTS|SILVERSTONE GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT
ELEVATION OF PIT BUILDING 
EXPLODED VIEW 
PIT VIEW 
PRECENDENTS|SILVERSTONE GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT
YAS MARINA CIRCUIT, ABU DHABI 
BRIEF 
The circuit was designed by Hermann Tilke,and is situated on Yas Island, about 30 minutes from the 
capital of the UAE, Abu Dhabi. A 10-lane highway connects the airport, Yas Island, Saadiyat Island, 
and Abu Dhabi city center. 
Away from the track - a kilometre long drag strip - has been completed by the north grandstand. A 
go kart track in the shape of a complex figure-of-eight has been constructed - to act as a testing 
ground for local young driving talent, who will access the circuit's driving academy. 
In addition, spectacular stadium sections of track bring spectators very close to the action, 
delivering a unique electrifying experience. The architecture of the team buildings around the track 
will take their cue from a reinvention of local vernacular themes from the Emirates adding a stark 
contrast to the adjacent sleek modern forms of the Marina Hotel and Benoy's Ferrari World Abu 
Dhabi. 
TRACK INFORMATION 
Number of Laps: 55 
Circuit Length: 5.554 km 
Race Distance: 305.355 km 
No. of Turns: 21 
Seating Stand 
PRECENDENTS| YAS MARINA CIRCUIT, ABU DHABI
CAR 
BUS POINTS 
Major Parking Facilities are 
1.4 Km far from the seatings 
of spectators. 
Shuttle Buses are provided 
for parking around Yas 
Central Location 
PARKING AND LANDSCAPE 
SITE MASSING 
YAS RACING SCHOOL 
FERRARI WORLD 
ABU DHABI 
F1 VILLAGE 
WEST ENTRANCE 
SHAMS TOWER 
NORTH GRANDSTAND 
EAST ENTRANCE 
WEST GRANDSTAND 
MEDIA CENTRE 
YAS HOTEL 
SUPPORT PIT 
GRANDSTAND 
YAS MARINA 
STARTING GRID 
SOUTH GRANDSTAND 
YAS MARINA 
YAS YACHT CLUB 
MAIN GRANDSTAND 
PIT BUILDING 
Landscape area 
Food Tent 
Beverage Tent 
Yas arena 
Karting Track 
P ark and ride 
Gate Number 
circuit circular route 
Reservation Only 
G 
Drop Off 
PRECENDENTS| YAS MARINA CIRCUIT, ABU DHABI 
N 
Ferrari 
World 
East ENTRANCE 
West ENTRANCE
The track can accommodate the full spectrum of 
racing formats, right up to Formula 1. It is 
divided into two key sections – a permanent 
track, for 'everyday' events, and an extended 
street circuit looping around a spectacular 
marina to take the circuit length up to F1 
requirements. 
The venue is overlooked by a hotel and 
residential development as well as iconic 
grandstands and corporate lounges. A full range 
of pit, paddock lounges and team facilities, 
uniquely arranged along the marina waterfront 
brands the Abu Dhabi circuit as a very distinctive 
place in the world of motor racing. 
REMARKABLE FEAURES 
PRECENDENTS| YAS MARINA CIRCUIT, ABU DHABI 
Yas Hotel is across the 
track the bridge 
connecting the two 
wings is cantilevered 
over the track.
ROOF DESIGN 
Roof Structure in one of the important aspects of designing in any for of Grand Stand Design.In case 
of Yas Marina Circuit, The main grandstand opposite the pit building on the start-finish straight is 
designed in the style of an Arab tent. Tensile canvas structures is subjected to withstand live loads of 
Wind and Rainfall and self Dead load. It has a capacity of around 7000 spectators. For many fans, 
this is the heart of the action, the scene of much drama during the pit stops and, of course, the 
location of the start and finish line as well as the victory podium. 
PRECENDENTS| YAS MARINA CIRCUIT, ABU DHABI

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Buddh International Circuit: Thesis Report

  • 1. INDIAN GRAND PRIX Buddh International Circuit,Greater Noida Thesis Report By Divyesh Kumar
  • 2. Introduction ABOUT THE PROJECT Jaypee race circuit – which will host India’s first ever F1 Grand Prix in 2011. Situated on the outskirts of New Delhi, near Greater Noida, the Jaypee racetrack will be a part of Jaypee Sports City, which is spread over 2,500 acres. This facility will include a Cricket stadium that will have a seating capacity of 100,000 people. There will also be a hockey arena, a sports training academy and infrastructure for other sports. BIC has been designed as one of the fastest, most exciting motor racing circuits in the world, is well suited to the requirements of powerful, high-spec racing cars and motorcycles and will host some of the most challenging motorsports events on the planet. The track’s combination of 16 corners, high-speed straights and dramatic changes in elevation has been designed to provide ample opportunities for overtaking, which is what makes motor racing exciting. At the same time, in terms of adherence to safety norms and regulations, run-off areas, medical facilities, facilities for the media and overall infrastructure, BIC will be among the best in the world. BUDDH INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT: FACT SHEET Length: 5.14km Turns: 16 Highest point of elevation: 14m Width of the track: Between 18m – 20m Top speeds on the circuit: About 320km/h, for an F1 car Total seating capacity: About 120,000 Approximate cost of building the track: US$400 million Distance from New Delhi: 40km approx. ABOUT JAYPEE SPORTS INTERNATIONAL LIMITED (JPSI) Established in October 2007, Jaypee Sports International Ltd., a subsidiary of Jaiprakash Associates Ltd. (JAL), is well on its way to completing the construction of India’s premier motorsports destination – Buddh International Circuit (BIC) – which will host India’s first ever F1 Grand Prix in October 2011. In addition to F1, the track is also expected to host other top-level international motorsports events from 2012 onwards. BIC will be a part of Jaypee Sports City, which is spread over 2,500 acres. This facility will include a Cricket stadium that is being developed in two phases and which will have a seating capacity of 100,000 people. There will also be a hockey arena, a sports training academy and infrastructure for other sports. Jaypee Sports City, the country’s first fully integrated megacity built around a sporting lifestyle and featuring premium residential and commercial spaces, has been designed by world-renowned architects and planners, SOM. One of the world's leading design consultants for the hospitality, leisure and entertainment industries, SOM has made a significant contribution to making Jaypee Sports City the best of its kind anywhere in the world. INTRODUCTION
  • 3. ABOUT THE LOCATION:GREATER NOIDA 28o 23’ 12’’ N 77o 31’ 3’’ E In the early 1980s the Government of India realized that the rapid rate at which Delhi was expanding would result in chaos. So they planned to develop residential and industrial areas around the capital to reduce the burden of rapid development on the capital. The two areas which were developed were Gurgaon (across the border with Haryana) and Noida (across the border with Uttar Pradesh). As a planned expansion, Noida's infrastructure and utilities was carefully laid out. Noida was developed to be able to accommodate population growth for 20–25 years. But, with the massive influx to Delhi, it was overloaded in just 15 years. Panipat Meerut Baghpat Sonpat Rohtak Ghaziabad Delhi G.B. Nagar Faridabad Gurgaon Jhajhar Rewari Alwar The site for the project is located in Greater Noida which falls within the Delhi - National Capital Region. The metropolitan region of Delhi - NCR was notified in 1962 to relieve Delhi of developmental pressures. Apart from Delhi, the NCR includes areas of participating states - Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. Covering an area of 33,578 square kilometres, this is the ninth largest urban conglomeration in the world. Greater Noida is located in Gautam Buddh Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh and lies 40 kilometres south east of Delhi. It is an extension to Noida. Yamuna river Hindon river Noida Greater Noida i Greater Noida ii Delhi NH 8 to Jaipur NH 1 to Chandigarh NH 10 to Rohtak NH 24 to Ghaziabad NH 2 to Agra Airport Airport As a 40,000 hectare planned township, Greater Noida is the largest industrial township in Asia. Current population is 0.22 million, which is set to grow to 0.7 million by 2016. Greater Noida has the best planned infrastructure in NCR. This township is home to several multinational firms and a large number of educational institutions. The landuse profile is a mix of residential, commerce & services, educational institutes and industrial zones. INTRODUCTION
  • 4. Introduction TERMINOLOGIES RELATING F1 PITS An area of track separated from the start/finish straight by a wall, where the cars are brought for new tyres and fuel during the race, or for set-up changes in practice, each stopping at their respective pit garages. PIT STOP Drivers get most of the attention, but Formula One racing remains a team sport even during the race itself. The precisely timed, millimetre perfect choreography of a modern pit stop is vital to help teams to turn their race strategy into success - changing a car’s tyres, replacing damaged parts and adjusting front wings in a matter of seconds. PIT LANE The pit-lane at every circuit is divided into two lanes. The lane closest to the pit wall is known as the ‘fast lane’, whilst the lane closest to the garages is the ‘inner lane’. The FIA allocates garages and an area in the ‘inner lane’ where the teams may work, and within each space is one position - or pit box - where pit stops may be carried out during practice sessions, qualifying and the race Section showing Race course and Pit lane PIT LANE FAST LANE WORKING LANE RACING COUSRE PIT WALL 12-17mts. 6mts. 8mts. 2mts. DRAIN START GRID WALKING LANE PIT BLDG. PADDOCK An enclosed area behind the pits in which the teams keep their transporters and motor homes. There is no admission to the public. It also includes parking spaces for participants and FIA officials Example showing Paddock Area.
  • 5. SITE STUDY CONNECTIVITY CLIMATOLOGY & SURVEY
  • 6. SITE TO NOIDA Why Greater Noida? There is great potential within this site,a chance to redefine a neighborhood with no distinctiveness and energize a seemingly underperforming area marked by the surrounding venues. This proposal should understand and embrace the following site conditions and use them as design opportunities to simultaneously enhance the project and its adjoining community. Proposed Airport at Jewar TAJ EXPRESSWAY TO AGRA SITE STUDY
  • 7. To Delhi Noida City Center Upcoming Metro by 2014 Dankuar Alpha and Beta Sector METRO • METRO rail’s proposed Line will add a stop at adjacent to the site along the river Yamuna. Existing metro is • Will make the area highly accessible to all residents within the loop. EXISTING RAILWAYS Kurja Junction To Kanpur • Nearest station is Dankaur Station which lies on New-Delhi-Howarh Main line. • Khurja junction is upcoming station to deal with the freight services of Greater Noida, Existing Eastern Peripheral Road Taj Expressway To Noida To Ballabhgarh To Agra AUTOMOBILE and BUS Route • The Taj expressway is under development where it connects the Noida and Agra by 165 kms in length. •This project claims to cover the new International Airport at Jewar which will take 100 min to Agra and is 12 kms away from the site Airport • Existing airport that is Indra Gandhi International Airport is 110 min apart from the site. •The proposed airport at Jewar District is only 12 kms south towards Agra. IGI Airport Jewar Airport SITE CONNECTIVITY SITE STUDY Pari chowk Sector 149
  • 8. SITE CLIMATOLOGY SOLAR STUDY SUN POSITION DURING JULY SUN POSITION DURING MARCH SUN POSITION DURING SEPTEMBER SUN POSITION DURING DECEMBER SECTION SHOWING MINIMUM CANTILEVER CALCULATION Following observations were made. 1.During July the incident solar angle is overhead. 2. This fixes the design criteria for the shadow for the spectators beneath the roof structure of the Main Grand Stand. 3.Hence the cantilever arms can be fixed SITE CLIMATOLOGY
  • 9. N 15° 30° 45° 60° 75° 90° 105° 120° 135° 150° 165° 180° 195° 210° 225° OPTIMUM ORIENTATION 240° 285° 270° 255° 300° 315° 330° 345° Best Worst kWh/m² 4.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.00 0.50 Compromise: 190.0° 100.0° Annual Average Underheated Period Overheated Period Location: GREATER NOIDA, IND Orientation based on average daily incident radiation on a vertical surface. Underheated Stress: 0.0 Overheated Stress: 1398.8 Compromise: 190.0° Avg. Daily Radiation at -168.0° Entire Year: 1.93 kWh/m² Underheated: 3.47 kWh/m² Overheated: 0.79 kWh/m² MONTHLY DIURNAL AVERAGE °C MONTHLY DIURNAL AVERAGES - GREATER NOIDA, IND W/m² 40 1.0k 30 0.8k 20 0.6k 10 0.4k 0 0.2k -10 0.0k Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec °CDAILY CONDITIONS - 1st January (1) W/m² 40 1.0k 30 0.8k 20 0.6k 10 0.4k 0 0.2k -10 0.0k 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 LEGEND Comfort: Thermal Neutrality Temperature Rel.Humidity Direct Solar Diffuse Solar Wind Speed Cloud Cover SITE CLIMATOLOGY
  • 10. 50 km/h 40 km/h 30 km/h 20 km/h 10 km/h March 50 km/h hrs 40 km/h 30 km/h 20 km/h 10 km/h 56+ 44 33 22 11 <5 July 50 km/h 40 km/h 30 km/h 20 km/h 10 km/h September 50 km/h 40 km/h 30 km/h 20 km/h 10 km/h December PREVAILING WINDS Wind Frequency (Hrs) Location: GREATER NOIDA, IND (28.6°, 77.2°) Time: 00:00 - 24:00 hrs 56+ 44 33 22 11 <5 hrs hrs 56+ 44 33 22 11 <5 56+ 44 33 22 11 <5 PSYCHROMETRIC CHART DBT(°C) 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 AH 30 25 20 15 10 5 Comfort Location: GREATER NOIDA, IND Frequency: 1st January to 31st December Weekday Times: 00:00-24:00 Hrs Weekend Times: 00:00-24:00 Hrs Barometric Pressure: 101.36 kPa SITE CLIMATOLOGY
  • 12. COMMUNITY SPECTATORS Spectators are a crucial user group, not only providing the economical support but the spiritual and social cohesion that keeps these venues and franchises afoat. Seating is a vital component to the fan experience and is traditionally accommodated by reconciling comfort, safety, robustness, and economy. While still considering these factors, this project proposes a fifth dimension, diversity. Stadiums have always been places that shamelessly divide its spectators into various class systems, this project will attempt to capitalize on such diversities in the seating and sight lines. • General Seating • Brief: Provide seats or standing places for the spectators in a way that they have a clear and comfortable view of the event, yet give the spectators diverse and unique perspectives within their different seating zones. • Conclusion: • The seat is no longer judged solely by its location in respect to the field but its views with respect to the city, variation in seating type, material, and fixation. Spectators can become residents on non-event days with respect to ‘C’ value. • Private Viewing & Facilities Slope calculation • Brief: These are unique spaces in stadiums defined by the standards of comfort and refreshments facilities, but restrained by the willingness or ability of people to pay for the benefts. Since the demand for these spaces varies from person to person the spaces should be flexible, not just for interaction between the box and lounge, but for interaction between suite and stadium. Spaces include: • Lounge area with self-contained bar and kitchen • Box/platform for viewing • Private restroom • Conclusion: • Suites can also function as commercial space • Hosting small conferences, meetings, and accommodating out of town guests • Tourists can rent a hotel and watch the event from their room LITERATURE STUDY ‘c’ Distance between top of head and sight-line SECTION SHOWING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SLOPE AND THE SPECTATOR EASE OF VIEW TO THE EVENT
  • 13. AMENITIES OPERATIONS By nature Grand Stand have a natural captive market, when people come to enjoy the event there are operational amenities to ensure spectators needs and wants. Conversely, when stadiums are not in operation these markets, jobs, and revenues are inexistent thus missing out on additional economy. How else can these support spaces be utilized and accommodate infuxes of people on non-event days? • Concessions • Brief: Concession stands shall be located at all concourse levels and appropriately distributed along the concourse level. • Conclusion: • Restaurants, cafes, and bars will serve as the concessions • Run by local business owners/managers who share proft with the team on event days • Concessions remain open to the city throughout the week • Provide greater diversity and quality of food • Various types of concessions from quick-service outlets to sit-and-eat areas • Watch the event, eat, and socialize • Ticket Sales Offices • Brief: Ticket offices should be evenly distributed around the site and clear to crowds leaving and approaching the stadium. The windows should be 30 feet away from entry gates so that circulation is not obstructed. • Conclusion: • Ticket offces typically remain open throughout the week for sales but can act as general information hubs for the venue throughout the week. • Souvenir Shops • Brief: These retail outlets are meant to provide visitors with the opportunity to take a memento to commemorate the event, however these spaces also contribute to the fnancial viability of the stadium. • Conclusion: • Integrated with other types of retail shops and stores • Provide an enticing variety of retail outlets that can function independently of the stadium’s events. • Grand Prix Museum • Brief: Museums are an additional program that can supplement the visitation of the stadium. Can showcase photographs, trophies, awards, records, and memorabilia to tell the story of the sports franchise. • Conclusion: • Provide temporary and rotating exhibitions of other cultures that appeal to a wider spectrum of people. • Local Art, History of Houston, Exhibits for children, etc. • Restrooms • Brief: Toilet rooms shall be provided for men and women at every concourse level and appropriately distributed. The ratio of spectators to fixtures shall be based on 50% male and 50% female attendance. Fixtures shall be provided based on the following ratios: • Male (12 restrooms) • 1 urinal per 100 men = 100 urinals • 1 WC per 500 men = 20 WCs • 1 sink per 300 men = 35 sinks • Female (12 restrooms) • 1 WC per 90 women = 110 WCs • 1 sink per 200 women = 50 sinks LITERATURE STUDY
  • 14. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA Facilities for the media are an integral part of the stadium, allowing the press to provide information to the public through various mediums. Coverage of sports has expanded tremendously over the past 20 years through radio, television, newspapers, and the Internet to become a much larger portion of human culture. With rapid changes in technology and an increasing interest in media coverage, these spaces should be flexible to members of the media and accessible to the people that they serve as well. • The Press Facility • Brief: It’s important to group these facilities near the participants for ease of communication between the two groups • Conclusion: • These highly equipped and technical spaces can act as media galleries, cinemas, and recording studios for the public during non-event days • Press Box • Brief: Stations for writers and media member shall be provided. This area shall contain built-in writing counter, seating, electrical and telephone outlets, sound system and closed circuit television. Coat racks and lockable book lockers for writers will be provided. • Broadcasting Booths • Brief: Broadcasting booths suitable for TV or radio with built-in counters, special acoustical treatment on walls and ceiling, and operable sash. • Coaches • Brief: Spaces for home and visiting team coaches, 5 seats each, shall contain built-in writing desks and telephone connections to player benches and operable sash. • Scoreboard Control • Brief: This space shall be provided with built-in writing counters. All wiring, control panels, and other equipment required for operation of the scoreboard equipment and instant replay boards. • Public Address Announcer • Brief: This space for announcer and assistants with built-in counter will contain all controls required for a public address system serving the entire stadium. Public address booth to have operable sash. • Conference & Interview Room • Brief: Interview space for television broadcasts shall be provided convenient to both home and visitor’s locker rooms. This room shall be accessible by television cable tray and electrical requirements shall be provided. • Press Club • Brief: For press personnel, this facility shall contain dining facilities seating approximately 175 persons and rough-in plumbing and electrical service for food and beverage service. The space shall be adjacent to the working press area in the press box. • Equipment Storage • Brief: Adequate space for sound system, telephone, electrical, and television equipment shall be provided. • Restrooms • Brief: Toilet facilities for the press shall be provided for men and women, including attendant closet. LITERATURE STUDY
  • 15. AREA REQUIREMENT Main Grand Stand: 20,300 seating capacity Pit Building: Core Services which includes Toilet Lift and Staircase for Teams at the gap of 6 Pit Boxes No. of Boxes=41 Each box:120 m2 Length : 15.00 m Width : 7.00 m Height: 4.5 m Includes: Within each module, all the boxes can be connected to each other by rolling shutter doors. Cable and Widi services with toilet provision Hospitality Suites: VIP Hospitality Suites: LITERATURE STUDY Media Center: Size: 300 m2 Capacity: 150 people TV monitors: 24 Individual lockers: 50 Includes: Cable and wifi Internet access Information desk Private office for press officer Briefing Room: Size: 223 m2 Capacity: 200 people Includes: Video projector with feedback to TV screens Sound system Catering Room: Size: 300 m2 Capacity: 160 people Located next to kitchen Size: 60m2 Capacity: 35-40 people TV monitors Private terraces over looking pit lane and paddock Size: 150 m2 Capacity: 100 people TV monitors Toilets CONFERENCE ROOM Size: 295 m2 Capacity: 200 people Audiovisual equipment: Screen vídeo, proyector and sound system Direct access for catering services Information desk RESTAURANT / CAFETERIA Restaurant capacity: 100 people 1st floor catering hall: 300 people EVENT ORGANIZERS OFFICES Offices available for customers 8 individual offices 1 meeting room Paddock : 23,000 m2
  • 16. DESIGN APPROACH TRACK DESIGN TURNS BUILDING ROAD ROAD ROAD Track Formation according to following requirement: 1.Lenght of track 2.No. of turns required 3.Maximum Speed of required The track is laid primarily taking these conditions. ROAD ROAD ROAD DESIGN APPROACH Spectators are never allowed to cross the track in any case. Building requirement at the site governs the loop shape of the track. Hence the area required to cater them is also considered to be an important factor. Grand stands and other stands are oriented to view the maximum percentage of the event happening. Grand Stands are designed to view almost 75% of the track. Other than Main Grand Stand the location is set mostly at the corner where the turning radius is quite low so that a vehicle can spend maximum time for exiting the spectator. Inside the Track Loop the paddock area is defined where spectators are strictly prohibited. These include Pit Building, team buildings and services regarding safety and functioning of the event. Along the periphery a Service loop is provided so as the circulation remains smooth for spectators as well as event managers. Inter-connectivity inside the track is provided to approach for ambulance and medic team during the mis happening. SITE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS VIEW % AND ORIENTATION OF THE BLOCK OTHER STANDS PADDOCK SERVICE LOOP PARKING INTER CONNECTION
  • 17. PRE CED ENT CASE STUDIES & EXAMPLES
  • 18. SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT TRACK DESIGN AND INFORMATION Number of Laps: 56 Circuit Length: 5.451 km Race Distance: 305.066 km No. of Turns: 16 The new circuit in China was designed by Hermann Tilke to be a circuit for the new millennium,with impressive spectator facilities and a media centre which spans the start finish straight - on opening it was billed as the venue all others should aspire to. It features Tilke's trademark long straight followed by a tight hairpin. The shape of the circuit is designed to look like the Chinese character 'Shang' which means high or above, and there are also other echoes of traditional Chinese architecture, including the team buildings set on stilts in the lake. PRECENDENTS|SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT
  • 19. LOCATION Located in one of China's most economically developed regions of the Yangtze River Delta, adjacent to Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces, located in the northwest corner of Shanghai's Jiading district, close to Shanghai International Automobile City in Jiading New Town and construction. 2.5km2 2.8km2 COMMERCIAL Shanghai Circuit M Participants and Team Entry Loop Road Express Highway Bus Parking Car Parking Site Approach and Parking PRECENDENTS|SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT P P P P P P P P P P H Team Parking Site First Impression
  • 20. Circulation Pattern of Main Grand Stand. Restaurant Staircase Main Grand Stand From Metro Station Lift Media Room Roof Structure Concourse Level III VIP Seating (A.C.) Concourse Level II Concourse Level I Entrance Plazza Section of Main Grand Stand. PRECENDENTS|SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT
  • 21. PIT GARAGE BUILDING PITLANE PADDOCK TEMPORARY PARTITION PIT-LANE PADDOCK Core Services which includes Toilet Lift and Staircase for Teams at the gap of 6 Pit Boxes 1.No. of Boxes=41 2.Each box:120 m2 3.Length : 15.00 m 4.Width : 7.00 m 5.Height: 4.5 m Includes: Within each module, all the boxes can be connected to each other by rolling shutter doors. Cable and Wifi services with toilet provision PRECENDENTS|SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT
  • 22. PIT GARAGE BUILDING MEDIA CENTER Media center is over the cantilevered space above the start/finish track. The interior planning is done central axially where media person can easily visualize the track as well as pit building. Reception and office cabins is allocated at the ends. This is accessible through lifts from main con-course and from paddock are to the other side. Size: 300 m2 Capacity: 150 people TV monitors: 24 Individual lockers: 50 Includes: Cable and wifi Internet access Information desk Private office for press officer OFFICE SCHEMATIC PLAN SHOWING MEDIA CENTER SPACES PIT GARAGE BUILDING CATERING ROOM Size: 300 m2 Capacity: 160 people Cable and wifi Internet access Information desk Located next to kitchen PHOTOS SHOWING MEDIA CENTER PASSAGE WAY TO PADDOCK PASSAGE WAY FROM CONCOURSE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE PRECENDENTS|SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT
  • 23. BRIEFING ROOM PIT GARAGE BUILDING Plan showing Briefing Room TOWARDS PADDOCK PRECENDENTS|SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT BRIEFING ROOM HOSPITALITY ROOM PIT GARAGE BUILDING Size: 223 m2 Capacity: 200 people Includes: Video projector with feedback to TV screens & Sound system Size: 60m2 Capacity: 35-40 people TV monitors Private terraces over looking pit lane and paddock FACING TRACK EVENTS Photos showing Briefing Room and Catering Room
  • 24. SILVERSTONE GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT BRIEF Like many UK historic tracks, Silverstone was built on the site of an old RAF airfield with the original circuit making use of the three runways in a triangle formation, so common to World War Two airfields. The first race at the circuit is reported to have taken place in September 1947 between local resident Maurice Geoghegan and 11 friends who raced on a two-mile ad-hoc circuit. The race was plagued by sheep wandering onto the circuit; the event was nicknamed the 'Mutton Grand Prix' after Geoghegan hit one of the unfortunate creatures, signalling the end for both car and sheep. The following year the Royal Automobile Club (RAC) took a lease on the airfield and set out a more formal circuit marked by hay bales. The layout still retained use of the original runways and led to a circuit consisting of long straights joined by hairpin corners. In 1949 the layout was revised to use the perimeter track and this layout formed the circuit for the first Grand Prix held there in 1950. In the presence of King George VI, the race was won by Nino Farino in his Alfa Romeo, finishing two laps ahead of team-mate Luigi Faglioli. The start-line was moved from Farm straight to the current location for the 1952 Grand Prix and the layout remained largely unaltered for the next 35 years. The circuit continued to host grand TRACK INFORMATION PRECENDENTS|SILVERSTONE GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT Number of Laps: 52 Circuit Length: 5.891 km Race Distance: 306.227 km No. of Turns: 18
  • 25. SITE ACCESS AND PARKING PRECENDENTS|SILVERSTONE GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT MAIN SITE ACCESS SECONDARY SITE ACCESS PARKING PADDOCK AREA PARKING PARKING
  • 26. PIT BUILDING PLAN LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1 Section Shown by parts 1 2 3 2 3 PRECENDENTS|SILVERSTONE GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT
  • 28. ELEVATION OF PIT BUILDING EXPLODED VIEW PIT VIEW PRECENDENTS|SILVERSTONE GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT
  • 29. YAS MARINA CIRCUIT, ABU DHABI BRIEF The circuit was designed by Hermann Tilke,and is situated on Yas Island, about 30 minutes from the capital of the UAE, Abu Dhabi. A 10-lane highway connects the airport, Yas Island, Saadiyat Island, and Abu Dhabi city center. Away from the track - a kilometre long drag strip - has been completed by the north grandstand. A go kart track in the shape of a complex figure-of-eight has been constructed - to act as a testing ground for local young driving talent, who will access the circuit's driving academy. In addition, spectacular stadium sections of track bring spectators very close to the action, delivering a unique electrifying experience. The architecture of the team buildings around the track will take their cue from a reinvention of local vernacular themes from the Emirates adding a stark contrast to the adjacent sleek modern forms of the Marina Hotel and Benoy's Ferrari World Abu Dhabi. TRACK INFORMATION Number of Laps: 55 Circuit Length: 5.554 km Race Distance: 305.355 km No. of Turns: 21 Seating Stand PRECENDENTS| YAS MARINA CIRCUIT, ABU DHABI
  • 30. CAR BUS POINTS Major Parking Facilities are 1.4 Km far from the seatings of spectators. Shuttle Buses are provided for parking around Yas Central Location PARKING AND LANDSCAPE SITE MASSING YAS RACING SCHOOL FERRARI WORLD ABU DHABI F1 VILLAGE WEST ENTRANCE SHAMS TOWER NORTH GRANDSTAND EAST ENTRANCE WEST GRANDSTAND MEDIA CENTRE YAS HOTEL SUPPORT PIT GRANDSTAND YAS MARINA STARTING GRID SOUTH GRANDSTAND YAS MARINA YAS YACHT CLUB MAIN GRANDSTAND PIT BUILDING Landscape area Food Tent Beverage Tent Yas arena Karting Track P ark and ride Gate Number circuit circular route Reservation Only G Drop Off PRECENDENTS| YAS MARINA CIRCUIT, ABU DHABI N Ferrari World East ENTRANCE West ENTRANCE
  • 31. The track can accommodate the full spectrum of racing formats, right up to Formula 1. It is divided into two key sections – a permanent track, for 'everyday' events, and an extended street circuit looping around a spectacular marina to take the circuit length up to F1 requirements. The venue is overlooked by a hotel and residential development as well as iconic grandstands and corporate lounges. A full range of pit, paddock lounges and team facilities, uniquely arranged along the marina waterfront brands the Abu Dhabi circuit as a very distinctive place in the world of motor racing. REMARKABLE FEAURES PRECENDENTS| YAS MARINA CIRCUIT, ABU DHABI Yas Hotel is across the track the bridge connecting the two wings is cantilevered over the track.
  • 32. ROOF DESIGN Roof Structure in one of the important aspects of designing in any for of Grand Stand Design.In case of Yas Marina Circuit, The main grandstand opposite the pit building on the start-finish straight is designed in the style of an Arab tent. Tensile canvas structures is subjected to withstand live loads of Wind and Rainfall and self Dead load. It has a capacity of around 7000 spectators. For many fans, this is the heart of the action, the scene of much drama during the pit stops and, of course, the location of the start and finish line as well as the victory podium. PRECENDENTS| YAS MARINA CIRCUIT, ABU DHABI