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Red Bulls Sebastian Vettel "Untouchable".

Sebastian Vettel Grand Prix" Sebastian Vettel led from start to finish in New Delhi today (Sunday 30/10/2011), as he controlled the race for Red Bull to win the 2011 Formula 1 Airtel Grand Prix of India. "

Second place was taken by Jenson Button in the McLaren-Mercedes 8.4secs behind Vettel.



2011 Indian Grand Prix Qualifying Times

force india“Staring Grid is now in. Click "More Details" for the complete list"
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2011 Indian Grand Prix Free Practice Report

“It was great to get practice underway here at the Buddh International Circuit in India, which has proved to be an excellent track. There was some early dust on the circuit in FP1, but that quickly cleared and we saw grip levels rise ..."
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AT&T Indian Grand Prix Practice

"This is a new circuit so the main purpose today was to familiarise ourselves with it. In spite of some challenges, both drivers completed their full Friday race preparation and tyre programme."

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Vettel and Webber - their thoughts of the new Indian race track

"It's an interesting track, a good challenge. Itwas very dusty to start with, but the track seems fun, especially the wide entries which give a lot of options to all the drivers. It should be a good race on Sunday..."
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A Lap of the New Buddh Circuit with Red Bull Racing

Red Bull Racing were the first team to get a taster if what the new Buddh international circuit has to offer click here to check out this brilliant first lap video with the Red Bull demo car showing us just how to do it.
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Sahara Force India Racing GP of India Preview

The Sahara Force India team share there thoughts, hopes and excitemnet ahead of the forst ever Indian GP at the Buddh International circuit in India.
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Red Bull Racing GP of India Preview

The latest circuit to be added to the Formula One calendar has been designed with a little help from several of the sport’s constructors to ensure fans get their money’s worth.
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AT&T Williams Indian GP Preview

The organisers and track designer Hermann Tilke have been diligent in their approach to the layout, even running ideas pass the teams to ensure the best possible outcome..
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Unveiling the Indian Circuit

The first Indian Grand Prix is scheduled to take place next weekend, and organisers hope that the unveiling will finally lay to rest the sort of speculation about the circuit's readiness that plagued last year's Koran GP debut. More Information to follow . . .
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Images of Buddah International Circuit

With the Indian Grand Prix upon us, we here at Indian Motors Sports wanted to let you have a look at the Circuit before the main event.
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Indian GP Returned to October

Although the farce surrounding the on-off-on-off Bahrain Grand Prix ended ahead of last weekend's Canadian Grand Prix, F1's governing body has finally confirmed that the 2011 calendar will return to its previous form.
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