New Delhi: Mercerdes driver Lewis Hamilton is optimistic that Indian Grand Prix will return in 2015 and hopes the Formula One event will gradually become a part of the country's racing culture.
The 2014 edition was scrapped for "political" problems even though the JPSI, promoter of the event, has a five-year contract with Formula One.
"I think it (Indian Grand Prix) will come back. They have put in great efforts to put this track together. It is such an impressive track. The F1 calender is changing every year. The fans would be missing the action but I am sure it will come back," Hamilton told reporters on the sidelines of a promotional event on Wednesday.