Ferrari's Fernando Alonso, who was third behind McLaren's Jenson Button, gave India a rating of nine on a scale of 10.
"I think when you host the first race even in a new country, there are things that for sure you learn and you improve. I think next year it will be even better, in terms of how the teams will settle, how the electricity will work, after we had some problems on Thursday, which is very normal for a first time that we use an environment like this one.
"I think the starting point next year will be a lot better than the starting point this year. .. the starting point is already very high, from zero to ten maybe it's nine so it's very good but the ten will be reached very soon," the Spaniard said.In Image: Winner Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany, right, is poured champagne on by Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso of Spain, left, third place, on the podium of the Indian Formula One Grand PrixIndian GP: Glitz, Glamour & Girls! | Celebrities@Indian Grand Prix | More