2012 Indian Grand Prix 1st free practice session set for 26th October Friday morning 10:00 a.m
2012 Airtel Indian Grand Prix takes place this Sunday, 28th October 2012 at the Buddh International Circuit situated on the outskirts of New Delhi. Having…
The track consists of four straights with two short straights seeing steel drops at the start while end of straights are high. Fast chicanes around lap and 180 degree double apex turn 10/11 where minimum speed of 130 mph is possible are also seen throughout the circuit. There is plenty of elevation as well as the track rises 14 meters between turns 1 and 3 while blind corners need racers to concentrate on accuracy.
Vodafone McLaren Mercedes racers Jenson and Lewis who finished with point scoring positions last year are eagerly awaiting the upcoming events in which they are both aiming for podium finishes.Free practice session 1 begins tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m.