India’s First F1 Grand Prix
This October of 2011 is all about wearing the festive mood and celebrations. It’s not only the festivals like Diwali that call for celebrations. Come October 30, it will be no less than a carnival. Dreams of many Indian motor sports lovers will finally come alive when India will be the proud host of its first Formula 1 Grand Prix on this particular day at Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida.
This will open up several doors for progress in India. With this event, cricket will not only be the lone popular game in India. People will strongly follow this sport even after the end of it. With mushrooming of many tourists, this event will surely be a boon to tourism industry in India. This will be able to create jobs directly and indirectly. So, in all sense, India has a lot to gain from this sporting event.
But, how about our Indian drivers? Will we see an Indian standing at the podiums? Well, it may not happen so soon.
Here are six drivers for you to watch out:
Sebastian Vettel: Red Bull Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel has won the Formula One World Championship, 2011 in the Japan Formula One Grand Prix at the Suzuka circuit in Japan. He is the youngest driver in F1 history to win back-to-back World Championships, having won the title in 2010 and 2011. Born on July 3, 1987, he belongs to the sun sign Cancer with ruling number 3. This number is governed by the Planet Jupiter and those born under it are lovers of morality, justice, mercy and pure love.
Jenson Button: Jenson Button, a British Formula One driver of McLaren is currently at the second position in 2011 F1 World Championship. He was the 2009 World Drivers' Champion. Born on January 19, 1980, he is a Capricorn with ruling number 1. This number is governed by the Sun and those born under it are highly original, active, energetic, motivated, artistic and brilliant.
Fernando Alonso: Fernando Alonso Díaz is a Spanish Formula One driver, currently racing for Ferrari. He is a two-time World Champion, having won the title in 2005 and 2006. Born on July 29, 198, he is a Leo with ruling number 2. This number is governed by the Moon and those born under it are highly imaginative, idealistic and possess a dreamy nature.
Lewis Hamilton: Lewis Hamilton is a British Formula One racing driver, currently racing for the McLaren team. He won the 2008 Formula One World Champion. Currently, he is going through a low phase in his career. All eyes will be on him. Born on January 7, 1985, he is a Capricorn with ruling number 7. This number is governed by the Planet Neptune, which means that he is highly imaginative, idealistic and have a dreamy nature.
Michael Schumacher: Michael Schumacher, a German Formula One racing driver for the Mercedes GP team. He is a seven-time World Champion and is one of the greatest F1 drivers of all time. Born on January 3, 1969, he is a Capricorn with ruling number 3. This number is governed by the Planet Jupiter and those born under it are lovers of morality, justice, mercy and pure love.
Adrian Sutil: Adrian Sutil is a Formula One racing driver, currently racing for the Force India. Indian fans will be happy to cheer for him. Born on January 11, 1983, he is a Capricorn with ruling number 2. This number is governed by the Moon and those born under it are highly imaginative, idealistic and possess a dreamy nature.
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