New Delhi: Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi believes that the Buddh International Circuit (BIC) is a "very special track" and he is looking forward to the Indian Grand Prix over the weekend.
"It seems the weekend may be my first and last opportunity to drive the Buddh International Circuit but I am very much looking forward to doing so because it is really a very special track. Turns 3 and 10-12 look particularly interesting," said Bianchi, who drives for Marussia.
It will be Max Chilton`s first outing as well at the Greater Noida circuit.
"The Indian Grand Prix represents another new race for me so once again it will be an exciting and challenging weekend in equal measure. The team have good experience of the track, having raced there on two occasions previously and as always the work we have done in the simulator will be a huge benefit," said Chilton.
"I’m really pleased with how things are progressing at the moment. I’m hoping for a productive time in India, making good steps at every stage of the weekend. A good two-car finish is our team target but also from my point of view I would be happy to maintain my record of being the only driver to finish every race - for another four weekends,” added the 22-year-old Briton.