Formula One World Champion, Sebastian Vettel won his second Indian Grand Prix earlier today, thereby increasing his lead over Ferrari's Fernando Alonso to 13 points, who finished second today. The third sport on the podium was grabbed by Vettel's Red Bull team mate, Mark Webber. McLaren's Hamilton finished fourth while Button and Massa finished fifth and sixth earlier today at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
This year as well, its the same three people who have qualified in the top three positions for the 2012 Formula One Indian Grand Prix at the Buddh International Circuit. Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber along with McLaren's Lewis Hamilton will feature in the top three position for tomorrow's final race in that order. Last year, Vettel quailified first, followed by Hamilton and Webber.
The Friday Practice for the 2012 Formula One Indian Grand Prix have now come to an end and last year's winner here, Sebastian Vettel posted the fastest lap times in both the practice sessions. Following is the result of Pratice 1 and Practice 2 from the Buddh International Circuit for 2012 Formula One Airtel Indian Grand Prix.
2012 Formula 1 Indian Grand Prix was off to a successful start earlier this morning. After the First Practice session, it was last year's winner, Sebastian Vettel who was fastest, followed by McLaren's Jenson Button and Ferrari's Alonso. The second practice is about to began at the Buddh International Circuit, where thousands of F1 fans have gathered.
Fourth round of JK Tyre Volkswagen Polo R Cup will see Ameya Walawalkar who is at present in the lead of Championship standings being closely followed by both Mihir Dharkar and Sandeep Kumar who are close at his wheels. These events will be conducted at the Madras Motor Race Track in Chennai which is noted for offering racers an excellent opportunity where fast chases and quick overtakes are concerned. Points are being doubled from the last round and this is what ..
If you are an avid motorsport fan and want to construct your own racing car, you may have the chance with the Red Bull Racing Can challenge coming to colleges from the 21st of September. During this challenge you will be able to create your very own racing can with the tin and metal of the Red Bull can. In this challenge there will be 24 racing teams who will compete against each other on a set course with custom designed racing cans (cars).