Both the drivers' and constructors' titles have been wrapped up by Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull Racing but as far as Indian motorsports fans are concerned, the Indian Grand Prix is the most anticipated event on the F1 calendar.
Karun Chandhok's dreams of racing in his country's maiden Formula One Grand Prix did not materialise as Team Lotus on Tuesday decided to go with their regular drivers for this weekend's Indian Grand Prix.
The capital is set to get a taste of F1 glitz and glamour this weekend as India hosts its first Formula One Grand Prix, with parties and events featuring global A-listers organised in New Delhi.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel clinched his 13th pole position of the season and the 28th of his career. Vinayak Pande reports.
Karun Chandhok has a good chance of racing in next month’s inaugural Indian Formula One Grand Prix, Team Lotus owner Tony Fernandes said.
The old adage goes, money can't buy you success. Well, it can get you pretty damn near, especially in the fiscally-governed world of Formula One. What exactly does the Sahara India Group's infusion of $100 million (Rs491 crore) into the Vijay Mallaya-owned Force India mean and will it reap immediate dividends?
The Buddh International Circuit was today unveiled amid much fanfare ahead of the widely-anticipated inaugural Indian Grand Prix and was described as "one of the best in the world" by the country's first F1 driver Narain Karthikeyan.
Like an Indian wedding, the promoters (Jaypee Group) insist there is logic to this chaos. With just nine days left, the Buddh International Circuit is far from complete as far as the cosmetics go, but the bit in the middle that matters is certainly world-class. Sukhwant Basra writes.
With just over a week to go for the inaugural F1 Grand Prix at India's Buddh International Circuit, Narain Karthikeyan today said he wants to finish the race rather than making claims about ending up with some points for his side.