20 years later"For me it is hard to believe that I drove my first race at Spa now 20 years ago," Schumacher said.
In-form McLaren and Ferrari both believe they have a car to triumph in the Belgian Ardennes, where the capricious micro-climate can produce rain at one part of the circuit and sunshine at another, while Red Bull will be bidding to retain their massive advantage in both the drivers' and the teams' title races.
Sold outNew Delhi: With India's inaugural F1 Grand Prix round the corner, tickets, including those for the 40 corporate boxes, have been selling like hotcakes.
HT has learnt that tickets for the corporate boxes, also known as Platinum boxes, have all been sold out. The early birds, who had booked the boxes at the rate of Rs35 lakh per box about three months back, recently got their race weekend tickets. With the increasing demand, a few have managed to lay their hands on the Rs50 lakh normal priced tickets about 10 days back.
Going by the sales, it seems the F1 enthusiasts will have to wait for the next edition of the race to book their Platinum boxes, which may not be too far away.