Karthikeyan ready to impress home GP at India

Karthikeyan during the 2011 Indian GP

The only Indian driver on the Formula 1, Narain Karthikeyan expecting a better performance in 2012 Indian Grand Prix. He was get a pleasure from last year home race performance, Karthikeyan was finished 17th place ahead his team-mate Daniel Ricciardo.

.Karthikeyan says that Indian GP circuit is challenging for the Pirelli as there are very few conventional straight-forward corners. FIA recently declared that 2012 Indian GP DRS extended zone, between Turn 3 to Turn 4 has been extended by 80 metres.

“Obviously this is the most anticipated race on the calendar for me and there is already a great buzz around the event. The layout of the Buddh International Circuit is a great mix which makes it challenging for the tyres as there are very few conventional straight-forward corners but since the surface isn’t abrasive at all, wear shouldn’t be an issue.” Karthikeyan said.

“I’ve got great memories from last year’s Grand Prix as I had a great weekend; the car was good and we were quick. I hope this year things go even better and I can dedicate it to the fans who are showing me so much support. I can’t wait to get out on track!”.

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