The newly-constructed track that will host India's inaugural Formula 1 race will carry the name Buddh International Circuit.
The title was confirmed during a launch event in India today at which the track's logo was unveiled.
"The name 'Buddh International Circuit' has been chosen with reference to the area where the racetrack is situated - Gautam Budh Nagar district (near Greater Noida). Because of its location, naming the circuit 'Buddh International Circuit' was a logical choice for the company," said a statement from the organisers.
The 3.194-mile, 16-turn track will hold its first grand prix on 30 October this year.
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