New Delhi: Force India driver Adrian Sutil is surprised that the Indian Grand Prix will not take place next year and hopes the "great event" returns to the Formula 1 calendar in 2015.
"It is quite disappointing to not have the race in 2014. I remember coming to India in the first year (2011) and it seemed the event had a long future. The crowd turnout was good and track is so nice. All drivers are fond of it," Sutil told IANS over phone from Singapore ahead of the racing weekend.
The Korean Grand Prix, however, is expected to continue despite questions raised over its popularity and low turnout. The German said that he did not see India missing its F1 date after the success of the last two editions.