Mumbai: India's second Formula One driver Karun Chandhok is a restless man these days. Even as his Team Lotus is yet to announce if the reserve driver will take to the wheel at the Indian GP, Chandhok is over the moon at the very thought of an F1 race set to take place in his own backyard. Excerpts from an interview.
You're still relatively new to F1. How's the overall experience been?
F1 is a complex business. Many aspects of the sport have been as I expected but just as many have been unexpected! Driving an F1 car is the most amazing sensation in the world but the work load outside the car with the engineers, marketing, media, sponsors, fans is way more than I imagined!
Is scoring points still some time away, or could it happen sooner?