New Delhi: With just over a week to go for the inaugural F1 Grand Prix at India's Buddh International Circuit, Narain Karthikeyan said on Thursday that he wants to finish the race rather than making claims about ending up with some points for his side.
"We have a small team, we have our limitations. Finishing the race with some points will be a tall order, my emphasis will be to just finish the race," said the Hispania Racing Team (HRT) driver.
The fastest Indian driver said that the new track at the BIC was a unique one and the driver needs to be technically sound to make a mark at the circuit. "The Buddh International Circuit is very unique. There are lot of elevation changes and the track provides opportunity for the drivers for a smooth takeover. The driver needs to be a technically thinking one to make his presence felt during the race," said Karthikeyan.