Vijay Mallya believes the Indian GP has a future in Formula One despite being dropped from next year's calendar.
The Indian GP, which takes place at the Buddh International Circuit, made its F1 debut in 2011 and has been plagued with bureaucratic issues including high local tax.
However, it is a change of date that has resulted in the race being cut from next year's scheduled as the race is switching to a March date in 2015 and the organisers do not want two races just months apart.
The axing of the grand prix has led to some speculation that India's long-term Formula One future is also in doubt. Mallya, though, is confident the race will be back.
"Obviously we built a fantastic...
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