Sebastian Vettel is relaxed having already pocketed another Formula One title this year and wishes for the best possible finish for his team Red Bull, here this weekend.
Four drivers (McLaren's Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton, Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and Red Bull's Mark Webber) are gunning for second spot in the last three races of the season.
The back-to-back champion said he felt motivated to drive on the new Buddh International Circuit (BIC) and was excited to hear of a capacity crowd on Sunday. He considered the BIC as a “very international and very challenging” one.
“Overtaking will be easier and some corners look spectacular. It has a similarity with Korea,” he said during an interaction with a group of mediapersons here on Thursday.
The German eagerly talked about his experience during the drive to Taj Mahal in Agra.
“The drive to Taj teaches you about the country and its people. They are very happy and friendly. It makes you understand, to appreciate a few things you take for granted.”
In a lighter vein, he found the heavy traffic on Indian roads to be an “organised chaos” without any major incidents.
Mark Webber said, given a choice he would love to win the remaining races than finish higher up on the championship ladder.
He sounded a little concerned about the not so good starts for which he had made up with fine finishes.