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Vettel: Indian GP is most challenging circuits for drivers

Vettel celebrates 2011 Indian GP victory

Defending world champion grabbed Korean Grand Prix victory, on the go for a run into the drivers’ championship top place, now he is leading Fernando Alonso by six points in advance.

The German is very confident that with his four times top podium finish in this season and he is targeting repeat the last season performance at Buddh international circuit, four wins in four races with a stint.

“I loved the track layout last year, but not just because I won the race. With an average speed of 235km/h, the course is the second quickest of the year after Monza.” Vettel said.

“There is a lot of elevation change around the lap which adds to the fun, from as much as eight per cent downhill and up to 10 per cent uphill; it’s like a rollercoaster! It really has emerged as one of the most challenging circuits on the calendar for the drivers.”


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