04/11/2011

We are developing!

Since the first Indian GP last weekend the motorsport news regarding the country has not stopped - a sign that motorsport in India is developing! We're not complaining but it certainly does make our job much harder =p

Firstly here is Force India's reserve driver Nico Hulkenberg speaking to F1 journalist Peter Windsor about his season so far and his plans for 2012 - an announcement about Force India's 2012 drivers is expected in the coming weeks! =)

While mentioning Peter Windsor, here is his latest video - about his trip in India. It's well worth watching, there is nothing but praise for the country we love!

Staying with journalists, there is a nice column ESPNStar.com's Steve Slater online here. He says that "India is a rising star in Formula 1 after their successful Grand Prix" - once again, well worth a read! =)

Now from journalists to staff ... Sauber CEO, Monisha Kaltenborn, who was born in Dehradun (India), has done an interview, which is online here, in Hindi about India! If you are lucky enough to know Hindi it's worth listening to ;-)

Back to drivers now and Narain Karthikeyan has stated that talks are ongoing about a potential new grade three race circuit in Coimbatore! More on that story here. Elsewhere Force India's Paul Di Resta has been nominated as Autosport's rookie of the year - you can vote for him right here.

Finally (for now), a while back we reported about the i1 supercar championship that was planned to be setup in India - read the original story from us here. Well plans for that championship are still on-going and it has been reported that Bollywood star, motorsport enthusiast and Force India ambassador Shahrukh Khan has bought the Mumbai franchise of the series - you can read more on what this exactly means right here!

As you can see we are working hard at Auto India Sports to try and provide you with the news all in one place - if you like the work we are doing please like our facebook page here!

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