Fast, electrifying and nerve-crushing, these are perhaps the perfect words to define the experience people are going to face as Formula 1 racing finally as India hosts their inaugural Indian Grand Prix on Oct 30. TWF correspondent Supriyo Hazra vrooms with the excitement
It will be a dream come true for several Formula 1 lovers of this cricket fanatic nation who had to witness the nerve-cracking actions in their small screens at home till now. Finally, the wait is over as India can now boast of having its own Formula 1 track on the outskirts of New Delhi.
The entire racing fraternity is keeping track of the showpiece Buddh International Circuit that was unveiled in mid October and promises to provide the spectators lots of exciting moments. India's first F1 driver Narain Karthikeyan described it as ''one of the best in the world.''
I have raced on all the major F1 tracks across the globe, and I rate this track as one of the best in the world, Karthikeyan said.
The 5.4 km track, around 50kms from Delhi, was unveiled 10 days before the final race and it laid to rest all the speculation about the country's readiness and preparation for the event.Full Coverage: Indian GP