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    Motorsports: Race Recap: 2013 Indian Grand Prix mostly calm with chances of Championships

    The smog around the Buddh International Circuit got so bad over the weekend that the FIA had to change the practice sessions. Then the soft tires that Pirelli brought to be the options were found to degrade so quickly that teams had to change their qualifying and race strategies. The only man it ...

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    Report: Indian Grand Prix in jeopardy?

    BBC Sport is reporting that Bernie Ecclestone, Formula One boss and indicted briber, has said the Indian Grand Prix will "probably not" happen in 2014. The race, which takes place at the purpose-built Buddh International Circuit, is in danger due to a combination of reasons, including ...

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    Motorsports: 2012 Indian Grand Prix: On a hazy day in Delhi, one man makes things very, very clear [spoilers]

    For all those who love a parade – and that's supposedly everyone – the second-ever running of the Indian Grand Prix was a magnificent affair. The 2012 Formula One Championship has already been one that won't soon be forgotten, and even at the pointy end of the season, the standings ...

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    Video: Rowan Atkinson reacts to Massa/Hamilton crash in India

    Spotting celebrities at a Formula One grand prix is nothing new. The glitzy racing series in often exotic locales attracts the rich and famous like proverbial flies to honey. The cameras rarely turn to the celebs present for race commentary, but then Rowan Atkinson is no ordinary ...

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    Report: PSA: Stray dogs on F1 tracks "not acceptable"

    When an animal makes its way onto a freeway, the result could be a significant accident with the real possibility for casualties. But while your local Interstate could see speeds of 80 miles per hour, it's nothing like Formula 1. During testing at the Indian Grand Prix, a dog with a death wish ...

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    2011 Indian Grand Prix brings F1 to the subcontinent [spoilers]

    India is rapidly motorizing, and with it is emerging a burgeoning automotive industry. Where there's cars there's bound to be racing, and just as the world's biggest automakers head to India in droves, so has the world's foremost racing series. India has seen two of its top drivers make it into ...

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    Report: HRT gives fans a hometown hero to cheer on at upcoming Indian Grand Prix

    Go to the British Grand Prix and the local fans will be cheering on their hometown heroes Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button. At the Australian Grand Prix they'll cheer for Mark Webber. In Spain they pull for Fernando Alonso. In Germany, it's showtime for Sebastian Vettel and Michael Schumacher. ...

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    Official: Bahrain Grand Prix back on the F1 calendar despite civil unrest

    The start to this year's Formula 1 championship was delayed when civil unrest in the Gulf kingdom of Bahrain forced the cancellation of the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix. Since then, a question mark has loomed over whether the round would be reinstated later in the season, and now we have our ...

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    Buddh International Circuit gears up for inaugural Indian Grand Prix

    A few years ago, India wasn't a place one would naturally associate with Formula 1 racing. Now, however, the country has its own F1 team (Force India), a couple of F1 drivers (Narain Karthikeyan and Karun Chandhok) and will soon host its first grand prix. The race is scheduled to take place on ...

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    Force India aims to pick "One from a Billion" with driver search program

    Just a few years ago, India would not have ranked among the countries you'd commonly associate with Formula One racing. Today, however, the nation has its own F1 team in Force India, has bred two F1 drivers in Karun Chandhok (pictured above at left) and Narain Kathikeyan, and will host its first ...


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