2012 Indian Grand Prix
: Formula One - Indian GP Preview By 'Four races left and four good opportunities to score points'
Having clinched P5 on his first visit to Korea, Kimi Raikkönen now has another new country and track to contend with as we head to India and the Buddh International Circuit in New Delhi.
After a relatively uneventful Korean Grand Prix, Romain Grosjean looks forward to India, targeting another solid points finish.Kimi Raikkönen
We just need to keep working as hard as we can to score strong points. The gap to Sebastian Vettel is quite big now so it will be very difficult to catch him, but we'll keep pushing all the way.
I have never visited India before… I have certainly enjoyed Indian restaurants in almost every country I've been to though!Romain Grosjean
I was at the circuit with the team last year in my role as third driver. The track is very impressive. The layout looks very interesting, with some slow corners and high speed sections as well. I'm sure it will be a great track to drive and I'm looking forward to unlocking its secrets!
I was a bit nervous starting the race in Korea as there was quite a lot of pressure. I've been my own worst enemy at times this season, but hopefully now we can put it behind us and move forwards.Eric Boullier - Team Principal
I think we should now be looking to push both cars into the top five during qualifying which will give us a much better chance of bringing home some good points in the fight for third place in the Constructors' Championship.
There's no denying it will be difficult. Having said that there are still four races left and four good opportunities to score points. The key will be to make sure we have good reliability from the E20 and our drivers, with both cars finishing solidly in the points every weekend.