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F1 Grand Prix of India 2013: Start Time, Lineup, TV Schedule and More

With four races left in the Formula One season, Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel will be looking to lock up the overall championship on Sunday at the Grand Prix of India.  Vettel will be in a nice position to do so—he's dominated this track, and he's starting on the pole.  Vettel was almost a full second better, 0.752 seconds to be exact, of second-place qualifier Nico Rosberg. Rosberg was just 0.07 seconds ahead of his teammate and third-place qualifier Lewis Hamilton. Vettel's Red Bull teammate Mark Webber qualified fourth.  Meanwhile, the only driver who is still mathematically alive in the race for the championship, Ferrari's Fernando Alonso, qualified in eighth.  Take a look at the vitals, the complete s...

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