Sebastian Vettel believes that the Indian grand prix is one of the best on the F1 calendar.

There is still time to book flights to India to see what promises to be a thrilling and crucial Indian grand prix this weekend (October 28th).

Formula One world champion and current championship leader Sebastian Vettel is looking to build on his impressive recent form which has seen him overhaul Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso, who did have a 40-point lead in the standings.

The German is eager to get back in the driving seat at the Buddh International Circuit after he won its inaugural race last year.

Vettel said: “The course is the second quickest of the year after Monza. There is a lot of elevation change around the lap which adds to the fun … it’s like a roller coaster.”

The Red Bull star added that the Indian track is now one of the most challenging on the F1 calendar.

Vettel and the chasing pack will get to reacquaint themselves with Buddh on Friday, when the first practice session gets underway.

Written by Antony Nicholson

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