Hi there! Do you know that Indian Grand Prix could be withdrawn after this year? It’s not part of FIA’s 2014 schedule. There are talks that the race could return in 2015, possibly early in the season. No guarantee for it, though.
If you love to watch racing at the modern Buddh International Circuit in New Delhi, don’t miss Indian Grand Prix 2013. This could be your final chance to watch the race here.
The race is on October 25-27. Ticket sales have started. By any chance you miss the race or don’t get tickets, do come back here. We’ll have live streaming info ready.
Who is going to win?
Is this question relevant anymore? Sebastian Vettel is winning all the races, whether you like it or not. In the last three months – July, August, and September – Vettel has won all the races except the one at Hungary.
No other driver has won the Indian Grand Prix, which was started in 2011. Vettel won in 2011 and 2012. Can he make it a hat-trick of wins? He certainly can.
He looks invincible in his Red Bull vehicle, whether it’s India, Germany or even in Ferrari’s own Italy.
What about others?
We have no disrespect for others. In fact, we rate Fernando Alonso and Kimi Räikkönen higher than Vettel in terms of racing skills and spirit. However, driver’s ability is not the only thing that matters in Formula One.
The vehicle, the team and so many other factors play a part. Can Alonso and Räikkönen overcome their constraints in Indian Grand Prix 2013?
What do you think?