This weekend’s circuit is relatively new with New Delhi hosting the inaugural Indian Grand Prix at the new site in 2011.
One of the most striking features of this track is the undulation, for which over 43m tons of earth was moved to achieve the spectacular rise and fall through the lap which the drivers will run 60 times.
“I’m working on the basis that Japan was my ‘jinx race’ and with that behind me I am very optimistic about the step we have taken with the car performance and the developments we have yet to bring,” says Jules Bianchi, Driver #22
Max Chilton, Driver #23, says, “The Indian Grand Prix represents another new race for me and my team-mate, so once again it will be an exciting and challenging weekend in equal measure!”
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