Formula 1 figures say Indian Grand Prix will become one of the sport's highlights
The Indian Grand Prix has the potential to secure its position as one of the best events of the calendar on the back of a largely positive inaugural weekend, claim leading figures within Formula 1.
Formula 1 set for new customer car debate
Formula 1 chiefs are to discuss the future of technical co-operation deals between teams later this week, in a move that could open the way for full-blown customer car deals.
Felipe Massa relaxed about Ferrari's 'flexing' front wing
Felipe Massa insists that he has no safety concerns about Ferrari's latest front-wing design, despite the extreme flexing witnessed over the Indian Grand Prix weekend.
Indian Grand Prix to hold minute's silence in memory of Dan Wheldon and Marco Simoncelli
Formula 1 personnel will hold a minute's silence in memory of Dan Wheldon and Marco Simoncelli ahead of the Indian Grand Prix.
Adrian Sutil glad Force India will bring forward 2012 driver decision
Adrian Sutil has welcomed team boss Vijay Mallya's decision to bring forward Force India's 2012 driver decision to the next few weeks.
Sebastian Vettel cruises to Indian GP victory ahead of Jenson Button
Sebastian Vettel strolled to his 11th victory of the season at the Buddh International Circuit to become the winner of Formula 1's first ever Indian Grand Prix.
<font face='Courier New'><font color='Navy'>[U]Indian GP Race Results[/U]</font></font>
<font color='Sienna'>Pos Driver Team Time</font>
1. Vettel Red Bull-Renault 1h30:35.002
2. Button McLaren-Mercedes + 8.433
3. Alonso Ferrari + 24.301
4. Webber Red Bull-Renault + 25.529
5. Schumacher Mercedes + 1:05.421
6. Rosberg Mercedes + 1:06.851
7. Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes + 1:24.183
8. Alguersuari Toro Rosso-Ferrari + 1 lap
9. Sutil Force India-Mercedes + 1 lap
10. Perez Sauber-Ferrari + 1 lap
11. Petrov Renault + 1 lap
12. Senna Renault + 1 lap
13. Di Resta Force India-Mercedes + 1 lap
14. Kovalainen Lotus-Renault + 2 laps
15. Barrichello Williams-Cosworth + 2 laps
16. D'Ambrosio Virgin-Cosworth + 2 laps
17. Karthikeyan HRT-Cosworth + 3 laps
18. Ricciardo HRT-Cosworth + 3 laps
19. Trulli Lotus-Renault + 4 laps
<font color='Green'>Fastest lap: Vettel, 1:27.457</font>
[U]<font color='Navy'>Not classified/retirements:</font>[/U]
<font color='Sienna'>Driver Team On lap</font>
Massa Ferrari 33
Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari 25
Maldonado Williams-Cosworth 13
Glock Virgin-Cosworth 3
Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari 1
Here is the Championships standings after the Indian GP:
<font face='Courier New'><font color='Red'>[U]World Championships Standings[/U]</font></font>
<font color='Blue'>Drivers: Constructors: </font>
1. Vettel 374 1. Red Bull-Renault 595
2. Button 240 2. McLaren-Mercedes 442
3. Alonso 227 3. Ferrari 325
4. Webber 221 4. Mercedes 145
5. Hamilton 202 5. Renault 72
6. Massa 98 6. Force India-Mercedes 51
7. Rosberg 75 7. Toro Rosso-Ferrari 41
8. Schumacher 70 8. Sauber-Ferrari 41
9. Petrov 36 9. Williams-Cosworth 5
10. Heidfeld 34
11. Sutil 30
12. Kobayashi 27
13. Alguersuari 26
14. Di Resta 21
15. Buemi 15
16. Perez 14
17. Barrichello 4
18. Senna 2
19. Maldonado 1
Mixed emotions for winner Vettel after tragic two weeks for motorsport
Sebastian Vettel admitted he was left with mixed emotions following his win in the Indian Grand Prix after a tragic two weeks for the world of motorsport.
Hamilton says Massa left him no room in Indian Grand Prix collision
Lewis Hamilton felt Felipe Massa left him no space in their collision in the Indian Grand Prix, and admitted that the Brazilian was not currently speaking to him.
Jenson Button admits Sebastian Vettel was out of his reach in Indian Grand Prix
Jenson Button admitted he did not have quite enough pace to threaten Sebastian Vettel in the Indian Grand Prix.
Alguersuari sure Toro Rosso can overtake Sauber in final two races
Jamie Alguersuari is confident his Toro Rosso team will finish ahead of Sauber this year after having caught the Swiss squad after the Indian Grand Prix.