Formula One returns to the Buddh International Circuit for the third edition of the Indian Grand Prix. The track, located on the outskirts of capital New Delhi, features several elevation changes and a variation of long straights, tight hairpins and high-speed changes of direction. The circuit, the second fastest on the calendar after the legendary Monza, has won high praise from drivers who have compared the layout to such historic venues as Spa and Suzuka. Here we take a look at some of the track statistics before embarking on a flying lap of the circuit.
Laps – 60 Track length – 5.125 km Race first held – 2011 Most wins – Sebastian Vettel (2011, 2012) 2012 pole...
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