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Phil Hilton
Post subject: Delhi Grand Prix.
PostPosted: 10:48 on 25th Jun 2011

Joined: 11:48 on 23rd Apr 2008
Posts: 118
Grand Prix racing is not my cup of tea but the Indian GP is in Delhi 4 days after the O.D I. there.
It would be fun to see if they can carry it off.
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wickets
Post subject: Re: Delhi Grand Prix.
PostPosted: 01:59 on 30th Jun 2011

Joined: 22:49 on 30th Apr 2008
Posts: 1026
Location: Swindon
Phil Hilton Wrote:
Grand Prix racing is not my cup of tea but the Indian GP is in Delhi 4 days after the O.D I. there.
It would be fun to see if they can carry it off.


May be quite amusing.

I wonder how an F1 car handles through the dirt, between two shacks, past the construction workers and then into the oncoming traffic.
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EssexMat
Post subject: Re: Delhi Grand Prix.
PostPosted: 13:33 on 2nd Jul 2011

Joined: 19:23 on 10th Feb 2011
Posts: 9
Thinks its 13 days after Delhi ODI, the day after Twenty/20 in Kolkata,but still thinking about it !
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batforashes
Post subject: Re: Delhi Grand Prix.
PostPosted: 14:23 on 12th Sep 2011

Joined: 15:17 on 12th Sep 2011
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I'm also going to the Delhi ODI (and Hyderabad). Do you know any tour operators who don't want to charge a 500 pound fee on top of the hotel costs, internal flight etc. to arrange tickets? Thanks.
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pepper_brooks
Post subject: Re: Delhi Grand Prix.
PostPosted: 18:16 on 12th Sep 2011

Joined: 11:47 on 24th Apr 2008
Posts: 443
batforashes Wrote:
I'm also going to the Delhi ODI (and Hyderabad). Do you know any tour operators who don't want to charge a 500 pound fee on top of the hotel costs, internal flight etc. to arrange tickets? Thanks.


There's always loads of comps doshed out for the ODIs so you can always get a ticket from someone trying to offload them outside. Certainly be less than £500.
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blueandy1mac
Post subject: Re: Delhi Grand Prix.
PostPosted: 13:49 on 13th Sep 2011

Joined: 12:30 on 14th Jul 2008
Posts: 2150
Location: Preston UK
batforashes Wrote:
I'm also going to the Delhi ODI (and Hyderabad). Do you know any tour operators who don't want to charge a 500 pound fee on top of the hotel costs, internal flight etc. to arrange tickets? Thanks.


Do'nt panic, there will be tickets available through the normal outlets -keep emailing them its free- but if not as Pepper says there are always sufficient to be had on the day. Some increase on face value but do'nt be afraid to haggle, and remember most of them were complimentaries so the guys are making money at any price.
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