Baku City Circuit has started recruiting volunteers for the second successive FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX to be held in Baku, Azerbaijan, next summer. Registration for the Volunteer Programme will be opened until February 28, 2017.
Baku City Circuit is looking for 3,000 energetic and reliable people to play key roles during the 2017 FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX OF EUROPE, including welcoming guests and dignitaries, providing assistance to spectators and the media, involving in sporting, venue and transport operations etc.
Everyone who wants to gain experience, acquires new skills, meets new people or expands their network of contacts can join to the programme. Applicants should be quite good in English, reach 16 years of age on June 1, 2017 and be able to work hard to present our country on high level.
Those who want to join the Volunteer Program should register at: http://volunteers.bakucitycircuit.com/#/login
More detailed information about volunteering you can find on: https://www.bakucitycircuit.com/az/haqqimizda/konullulr
BCC creates its Academy
BCC is pleased to announce the opening of its Academy where participants of the Volunteer Programme will go through trainings. Irana Ahmadova, Head of BCC Academy and HR Department, says that newly-established Academy will help volunteers to develop skills needed for their future career.
“We believe that BCC Academy will play a crucial role in the personal and social development of young people in Azerbaijan. Our Academy willl conduct a series of trainings and conversation clubs to practice English for applicants who successfuly pass interviews.”
Apart from volunteers, the Academy will deliver training sessions to BCC empoyees on time management, problem-solving process, development communication skills, etc.
Baku City Circuit (formally Baku Grand Prix LLC) stands for the name of official promoter of the 2017 Formula 1 Grand Prix of Europe in Azerbaijan, as well as the title of the host venue of the race.
With a length measuring at slightly over six kilometres, the 20-corner track will be lapped 51 times, with cars reaching potential speeds of up to 370km per hour, marking the circuit out as the fastest street circuit on the existing F1 calendar.
The circuit offers a number of challenges for drivers, including an extremely narrow uphill section along the old town walls that will require pinpoint accuracy, and it has an acceleration section of almost 2.2 kilometres along the seaside promenade, which will see the cars running flat out at very high speed - something that will create an incredible show for race fans.
On the weekend of June 16-18, 2017, the specially constructed Baku City Circuit will see Formula 1 cars race around the picturesque streets of downtown Baku, incorporating the city’s UNESCO-protected old town – Icheri Sheher - as well as its modern skyline and beautiful Caspian Sea vista in front of a global audience of millions.
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