New Delhi: The Formula One fraternity is expecting the second edition of the Indian Grand Prix to be a greater success than the inaugural one last year.
The race last year was a big success with around 95,000 fans turning up on that Sunday. The drivers including the race winner Sebastian Vettel were all praise for the track at the Buddh International Circuit (BIC) in Greater Noida.
"India has turned out to be a fantastic destination for F1. The organisers (Jaypee) did a commendable job in getting the circuit ready on time. We are really excited to see how the event unfolds this time around," Pasquale Lattuneddu of Formula One Management (FOM) told IANS.