Visa chaos continues for the grand prix paddock, as the agency selected by Dorna follows its painfully slow process of supply visas to the vast majority of the paddock. More and more people have received their visas, but large numbers - including members of several teams - are still waiting, and are due to fly out on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The visa issues have already caused a number of teams to cancel and rebook flights, after not receiving their visas in time to board planes on Monday. IRTA has stepped in to reimburse Moto2 and Moto3 teams for flights, as the teams in the support classes are struggling financially far more than the MotoGP teams.
How many teams and riders are present at the Buddh International Circuit for the inaugural Indian GP remains to be seen. The chances are that the vast majority will make it, though possibly only at the last moment.