Indian Grand Prix set to return in 2016: Bernie, Jaypee
Indian Grand Prix set to return in 2016: Bernie, Jaypee

The Indian Grand Prix is expected to return in 2016 as a "fruitful" meeting between Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone and race promoters has prepared the ground for the comeback of the high-profile event.

Bernie Ecclestone dashes hopes of Indian Grand Prix`s return in 2015

Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone on Thursday asserted that the troubled Indian Grand Prix has run out of time for a 2015 return and its organisers must settle the contractual obligations for a possible comeback in 2016.

Force India in race for 3rd-place with Ferrari: Fernley

Force India are in good shape to fight Formula 1 giants Ferrari for third place in the team standings, said deputy team boss Robert Fernley on their battle against the Italian manufacturer operating on a much higher budget.

Sort out money matters, get Indian GP back in 2015: Ecclestone

Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone today promised the return of Indian Grand Prix in 2015 provided the race promoters, Jaypee Group, fulfill the financial requirements of the existing five-year contract.

Jaypee pins Indian GP hopes on next government

Sameer Gaur, CEO of Indian Grand Prix promoters Jaypee Sports International, has said the Formula 1’s return to the Buddh International Circuit (BIC) in 2015 will depend on how the next central government treats the sport.

Ecclestone puts off Indian GP, Jaypee keen on 2015 return

Jaypee Group, promoters of the Formula One Indian Grand Prix, are still keen on holding the 2015 race as scheduled despite F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone wanting it to be pushed further to 2016.

Ecclestone wants to extend double-points scheme to last three races of F1 season

Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone wants to extend his double-points scheme to the last three races of the season.

South Korea, Mexico and New Jersey ditched from F1 programme

Three Grands Prix have been removed from the provisional Formula One calendar for 2014 at the International Automobile Federation`s AGM on Wednesday.

Ecclestone says door is open for India return

A deal has been done for India to return to the Formula One calendar in 2015 and for six years beyond that if tax problems with the country`s authorities can be overcome, commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone said on Saturday.

Emotional Vettel admits booing hurt

An emotional Sebastian Vettel on Sunday admitted it was tough to deal with being booed this season -- but said he found the perfect riposte by winning the world championship once again.

Bernie gives Indian Grand Prix a miss

Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has given the Indian Grand Prix a miss for the first time since the race`s inception in 2011.

Force India record first double points finish at home race

Force India pulled off a bold strategy to score their first double points finish at their home race at the Indian Grand Prix on Sunday with both its drivers finishing in the top ten.

Vettel reigns supreme in India, grabs historic 4th world title

Taking a giant step towards becoming a modern-time great, Sebastian Vettel cruised into the history books by winning his fourth consecutive Formula One world title as he conquered the Indian Grand Prix for the third time in a row on Saturday.

Relentless Sebastian Vettel seeking third win in Abu Dhabi

Newly-crowned quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel should be forgiven this weekend if he appears reluctant to grab pole position at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Ecclestone says India has to decide on its F1 future

Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone expects the Indian Grand Prix to see through the five-year contract and if it has to go beyond that, the onus is on the Indian government whether it wants it or not.

Sebastian Vettel’s love for India Grand Prix continues…

Since the inception of Indian GP, the German, Vettel, has been winning the race at BIC.

Red Bull designer Adrian Newey excited by new challenge

Red Bull designer Adrian Newey`s decision to join Red Bull from McLaren in 2006 has paid off fourfold but still he wants more.

Vettel leaves India a legend, a hero

He leaves Indian shores as one of the greatest Formula One drivers ever but Sebastian Vettel was a picture of humility as he acknowledged every person who made a contribution to his triumphant run, showed respect to his critics and became a showman for the fans.

India bullish on F1 return

Indian Grand Prix organisers were bullish about the troubled race`s future Monday despite a drop in the estimated crowd figures and its disappearance from the schedule next year.

Factbox - Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel

Germany`s Sebastian Vettel won his fourth Formula One title in a row for Red Bull at the Indian Grand Prix on Sunday, becoming the sport`s youngest quadruple champion at the age of 26.