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Sebastian Vettel, one of the favourites for Indian Grand Prix
Owing to current form, Sebastian Vettel is a big favourite to win the inaugural Indian Grand Prix, as he has won 10 out of the 16 races held this F1 season.

WITH THE Indian Grand Prix round the corner, all the drivers are excited about the race, as it is for the first time that India will be hosting a F1 race. Some of the drivers are very pleased with the buzz that F1 had created in the country. Everyone expects the race to be of the highest quality, where drivers enjoy driving on the Buddh international circuit.

The Red Bull driver, Sebastian Vettel has been driving consistently well in the F1 races held this year. Hence, he is placed at the top of the table with 349 points in the drivers’ standings as published in espnstar.com. He is one of the favourites to win the coveted Grand Prix. It is due to his efforts along with Mark Webber that Red Bull is placed as the number one team in F1 with 558 points.

Sebastian Vettel must be confident of winning the Indian Grand Prix as well, as his record this year speaks for itself. He has won a total of 10 races out of the 16 races, which is an incredible feat for the German driver. He also won the last Korean Grand prix, which was held mid-October. With only 3 Grand Prix remaining this season, the title race is already over, as Sebastian Vettel has already won the driver's championship. But, still there is much left for the drivers to drive for.

Other drivers such as Jenson Button, Hamilton, Fernando Alonso, Felipe Massa, and Michael Schumacher, etc., might have something else to say as they are also considered to be one of the favourites for the Indian Grand prix. All these drivers would be determined to win the race and gain as much points as possible.

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