The chief of Indian motorsport fears that this year's Indian Grand Prix could be the country's last on the Formula One calendar.
The race at the Buddh International Circuit made its debut during the 2011 season and, although they signed a five-year deal, the event has been dropped for the 2014 campaign.
However, it has been pencilled in to make a comeback in 2015 but Vicky Chandhok, president of the Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India, warns the race could be permanently dropped.
"If it doesn't come back in 2015, it may never come back at all. That is my concern. Once you lose a race it can be gone forever," he is quoted as saying by The Guardian.
"That is why I am...
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