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Formula 1: Indian GP, ‘sporting’ questions and go-karting infrastructure

Formula 1 happened at last on October 30, 2011 at the Buddh International Circuit (BIC) in NOIDA. The event was awe-inspiring, not for the drivers, teams and entourages; more so for Formula 1 wannabes who flocked to grace the momentous occasion. It made no difference to Sebastian Vettel; it was just another race to be won—which he did. I, for one, was not too impressed by the hype and the hoopla. Sure, the Indian GP showcased the triumph of private entrepreneurship and organisation over government ineptitude; there were no bloopers this time around unlike at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. A couple of stray dogs and goof-ups in last-minute emergency rehearsals could not disguise the fact that with adequate resources and talent, Indian ...

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