The tourism industry expects the inaugural Indian Formula One (F1) Grand Prix will bring a turbo-change to tourism in New Delhi, this October. “We are expecting predominant demand to come within India since things got finalised late. The event has not been promoted well, but F1 will see the usual enthusiasts coming from the West Asia, UK and Europe,” said Arjun Sharma, Managing Director of Le Passage to India. Tickets for the 30 October race at the 120,000 capacity Buddh International Circuit went on sale last Saturday, with prices ranging from INR2,500 to INR35,000. This is one of the reasons that the profile of travellers expected to come for the event is in the premium category, reports the Business Standard.