The Indian Grand Prix this weekend could be the last if Sauber’s Monisha Kaltenborn is correct. It seems the team boss is disappointed in the lack of promotion of Formula 1 in the country and suggests that this is the reason for the race’s failure. She told AUTOSPORT:
'That has been the problem that we have not been able to market ourselves properly in there,' she said.
'We have not been able to convince that many Indian companies. You can count the Indian companies that are in F1 since then on one hand. We've somewhere collectively failed to do more there.'
It brings up a point we’ve made several times about Formula 1’s lack of promotion. It reaps big rewards and does very little...
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