New Delhi: Retirement is the last thing on the mind of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher. In fact, the ace German driver, a legend in the motor racing circuit, is "curiously" looking forward to the inaugural Formula One race in India and says the country certainly deserves it.
"I have always been in favour of new countries being involved in the sport, as I believe a World Championship should be fought out all over the world. India certainly deserves a F1 circuit," Schumacher told IANS in an e-mail and telephonic interview from Germany.
Schumacher, who made a surprise return to F1 by signing a three-year contract with the Mercedes GP team in 2010, feels India is a valuable addition on the race calendar.