Kimi Raikkonen clueless about track conditions at Indian Grand Prix
London: Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen has said he is not aware of the track conditions at this weekend’s Indian Grand Prix to be held on the outskirts of Delhi, but believes it won’t cause him too many problems.
“India is a brand new place for me. So far I’ve learnt tracks after a few laps in FP1 [first practice],” a daily quoted Raikkonen, as saying.
“I didn’t have any problems learning the Yeongam circuit in Korea that way and I don’t expect to have any issues here either. As for India, I have never visited the country before,” he added.
The second edition of the Indian Grand Prix would be held on 28th October at the Buddh International Circuit.
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