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[22 Oct 2012 | No Comment | 7,111 views]
Preview of the Indian Grand Prix

After three victories in a row, the advantage has swung towards Sebastian Vettel in the battle for the drivers’ crown. With just four races remaining it looks firmly down to a straight fight between the reigning champion and Fernando Alonso as Formula One moves on to the Indian Grand Prix. On paper a challenging and well thought-out circuit…

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[30 Oct 2011 | 7 Comments | 2,494 views]
Vettel Wins Inaugural Indian Grand Prix

F1 may be visiting a new circuit but once again it was a Red Bull which took the plaudits with Sebastian Vettel claiming victory in Greater Noida; his eleventh win of the season and 21st in total. Not content with adding another win to his growing list of records, the German added fastest lap and most laps lead in a single season to his list of achievements, taking the latter record from Nigel Mansell who had held it since 1992…

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[29 Oct 2011 | No Comment | 2,060 views]
Vettel on Pole for Indian Grand Prix

Red Bull returned to pole dominating ways with Sebastian Vettel’s 13th of the season – unlucky for everyone else. A time of 1 minute 24.178s comfortably beat Lewis Hamilton in to second. However, the McLaren driver takes a three place grid penalty meaning third quickest Mark Webber will make it an all Red Bull front row.

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[29 Oct 2011 | One Comment | 1,363 views]
Step Inside The Circuit – India

Join Lewis and Jenson as they take us behind the scenes in the build-up to the inaugural Indian Grand Prix. The latest in the Johnnie Walker “Step Inside the Circuit” series of videos gives us an exclusive insight into the two drivers thoughts, feelings and reactions to this exciting new addition to the Formula One calendar.

Free Practice Report, Headline, Indian GP »

[28 Oct 2011 | No Comment | 1,298 views]
Formula One Takes to the Stage in India

Karun Chandhok set the first timed lap of the Buddh International Circuit but it was Ferrari’s Felipe Massa who set the day’s quickest time – his 1 minute 25.706 already well inside predicted lap times. Lewis Hamilton set the pace in the morning session but picked up a three-place grid penalty, along with Sergio Pérez, for not slowing down sufficiently for waved yellow flags. Unsurprisingly, Red Bull also look strong as Sebastian Vettel went second fastest in both sessions.

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[27 Oct 2011 | No Comment | 908 views]
The Grand Prix File: India

The country has a Formula One team and for brief periods it has a driver but India’s usually overshadowed motor racing fraternity is now banking on their first Grand Prix to spark a surge in domestic interest in their sport. In a country that lives and breaths cricket, the promoters have their work cut out. First task seems to be a consistent electricity supply…