Mercedes Formula One driver Michael Schumacher of Germany and a team member ride on a scooter as they inspect the track at the Buddh International ...
Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany (C) poses with local students during an event at the Indian Formula One Grand Prix at the Buddh ...
Force India pit staff inspects a Formula One car for Indian Grand Prix at Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida. (HT Photo/Virendra Singh Gosain)
Ferrari pit staff inspects a Formula One car for Indian Grand Prix at Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida. (HT Photo/Virendra Singh Gosain)
From left, Force India driver Paul di Resta of Britain, Red Bull driver Mark Webber of Australia, McLaren Mercedes driver Jenson Button of Britain, HRT ...
(L to R) Jarno Trulli (Team Lotus), Rubens Barrichello (Williama), Adrian Sutil (Force India), Felipe Massa (Ferrari), Narain Karthikeyan (HRT) and Michael Schumacher (Mercedes) address ...
Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone gestures in front of the Red Bull garage at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida. (Reuters)
Hispania Racing Team driver Narain Karthikeyan addresses a press conference of the Indian Formula One Grand Prix at the Buddh International Circuit in Noida. (PTI)
PETA activists, wearing green pit-crew outfits and holding signs that read 'Rev Your Engine-Go Vegan!', stage a demonstration at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi.
Michael Schumacher, Nico Rosberg (Formula One drivers) during the press conference at Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida. By HT Photographer Virendra Singh Gosain.
For Formula One (F1) World Champion Sebastian Vettel, a road trip to Agra was more fascinating than the experience of seeing the majestic Taj Mahal.
Vettel visited Taj Mahal on Wednesday and said he was overwhelmed with what he saw on the way to the monument of love.
"From whatever little I have seen, India seems like a warm country. There are so many people here. People are poor but they still look happy. The trip to Agra was a fun experience. It made me appreciate things that we take for granted in Europe," said the champion.
Vettel, who won his second consecutive world title in Japan three weeks ago, said he was keen to win the remaining three races of the season and would like to see his Red Bull teammate Mark Webber finish second in the drivers' standings. Webber is fourth at the moment.
"I am sitting comfortably at the top but there is stiff competition for the second and third spots. As a teammate, I would want to see Mark finishing second," he said.
McLaren's Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton are second and fourth, respectively, in the table.