The Buddh track provides a challenge to the drivers, just as the championship is drawing to a conclusion. The title could be wrapped up this weekend but there's still so much to look forward to. In this F1 Digest episode, we take a look at the upcoming weather, which looks less changeable than we've seen of late.
The track offers up some tricky corners for the drivers, and its width in places can both help and hinder the possibilities for overtaking. There's some elevation changes at the Buddh circuit, as well as a challenging double turn - the long sweeping right-hander of turns ten and eleven, packed with apexes.
Pirelli's tyre options are less conservative than the previous races in India, and we discover thoughts on what trials the tyres will face over the coming days. There's also just time to discuss the championship positions, and the battles that keep the season interesting - whilst the leaders continue to dominate. All that and much more in this short but sweet preview for the Indian Grand Prix.
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