Why the Indian GP was a winner

Why the Indian GP was a winner

Not even bats in the media centre and some, erm, sub-standard TV compound toilets could dampen Lee McKenzie's enthusiasm for last weekend's Indian Grand Prix, as she explains

The sights, the smells and the sounds were not like any that I'd experienced at any previous Formula 1 race. One year ago we arrived in India to film how things were progressing and the Buddh International Circuit was a field, a construction site and a swamp all at the same time. To arrive there and discover a track of such high quality was a relief and a joy.

It's always great to be at a 'first' grand prix, and everyone arrived in Delhi in the same way that they arrived in Korea last year and Abu Dhabi three years ago; with lots of excitement and a bit of suspicion, but ready to experience the unknown.

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