Force India driver Nico Hulkenberg wants to put behind Sunday's disappointing race at Singapore and is more than eager to get back in his car to go racing at the Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix this weekend.
Just days before the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix on Sunday, Force India on Tuesday extended the contract of Nico Hulkenberg for another two years which will keep the German at the Silverstone-based outfit till the end of 2017.
The multi taxation issues have to be sorted out for the Indian Grand Prix to return, said Vicky Chandhok, who met Formula 1 ringmaster Bernie Ecclestone on the sidelines of the British Grand Prix in Silverstone.
Former FMSCI chief Vicky Chandhok on Monday severely criticised the governing body's current regime, saying it has done little to promote Indian motorsport that now finds itself in a state of "doldrums".
Spanish Formula 1 driver Fernando Alonso, who is yet to pick up points this season, has accepted that he is going through "a transitional period" but is convinced his McLaren car will be competitive in the future to win races.
Top Indian racing driver Narain Karthikeyan overcame a sluggish start to finish third in the season opener of the Japan-based Super Formula Championship here on Sunday, sealing his first ever podium in the fastest single seater series outside Formula 1.
Fernando Alonso's much talked about return to McLaren after five frustrating seasons at Ferrari seems to have backfired so far but former Formula 1 driver David Coulthard doesn't feel sorry for the multi million pound worth Spaniard.
India's Formula 1 hopeful Jehan Daruvala made a successful single seater debut at the historic Monza Circuit here by finishing fourth in the Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup (NEC) season opener.
Force India battled hard at the Formula 1 Malaysian Grand Prix but failed to earn even a single point as its drivers Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg finished 13th and 14th, respectively, and outside the points here on Sunday.