Pirelli believe its change of tyre compounds for this weekend’s race in India will lead teams to use more aggressive strategies.
Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya expects a “real fight” with Sauber who are putting their sixth place in the constructors’ championship under pressure.
Pirelli will bring a different tyre allocation for the Korean, Japanese and Indian Grand Prix to those used at the races in 2012.
Fernando Alonso’s drive from fifth to second in the Indian Grand Prix earned him this third win in our Driver of the Weekend polls this year.
The top ten pictures which tell the story of the Indian Grand Prix.
Conservative tyres and some unusual sights on the roads were among the talking points for the F1 community at the Indian Grand Prix.
Ten players produced perfect scores in the Predictions Championship – and one of them took over the lead of the points standings.
Compare all the drivers’ performances and vote for who you think was the best driver of the Indian Grand Prix weekend.
Indian GP stats and facts: Vettel leads 205 laps in a row ?σΤιΌ?σ Schumacher completes most laps of any driver ?σΤιΌ?σ McLaren equal Ferrari points record
Mark Webber wasn’t the only driver to lose time and places because of a KERS failure – Heikki Kovalainen did too.
Fernando Alonso said he drove ‘at 120% for 60 laps’ during the Indian Grand Prix – but Jenson Button snatched the fastest lap off him.
Lewis Hamilton’s five-wheel change for McLaren was the fourth-quickest pit stop of the race.
Pictures from the Indian Grand Prix, won by Sebastian Vettel.
Michael Schumacher and Kamui Kobayashi will not be penalised for incidents they were involved in during the Indian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel edged away from Fernando Alonso in the drivers’ championship after scoring his fourth consecutive win of 2012.
Sebastian Vettel increases his lead over Fernando Alonso in the drivers’ championship to 13 points.
Sebastian Vettel won the Indian Grand Prix ahead of Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber.
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Red Bull’s rivals need to expose any weakness at the start of the race to prevent them roping to victory once again.