Tuesday, September 13, 2011
By Pranjal Gera
India gets two of the best for first ever Grand Prix in the Country
Indian people are becoming restless, as the first ever Indian Grand Prix is gaining heat day by day. The event, which is slated for 30th Ocotober, on the race track built just outside The National Capital Region, is for sure, going to be one monster of an event. According to sources, the ticket sales are picking up day by day. Big personalities of the country, like Shahrukh Khan and Ambanies, have already booked their seats for the inaugural grand prix of India. The event is expected to be a full house, as per the organisers.
India has now a team, plus two of the best drivers of the sports, Narain Karthikeyan and Karun Chandhok, racing for the country. Force India, the country's own f1 team is representing India, in the event. And now, Hispania Racing has made an announcement that Narain Karthikeyan will, for its team, race in the Indian GP. A similar announcement is expected from Team Lotus, as Karun Chandhok is slated to replace either Jarno Trulli, or Heikki Kovalainen for Indian GP. This should make the Indian fans even more excited for the event, as they would be delighted to see these two Indian drivers race in the event, for their own country.