F1 Indian Grand Prix

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Sebastian Vettel  will be looking to build on his tremendous run of form when he lines up at the second renewal of the Indian Grand Prix in New Delhi on Sunday. After making a relatively slow start to the year, the reigning world champion has been unstoppable in the last month, piloting his Red Bull Racing-Renault to wins in Singapore, Japan and Korea. The German started from pole at the Buddh International Circuit last year and cruised home almost five seconds ahead of Briton Jenson Button .

Button and his McLaren-Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton  are two of the drivers trying to put an end to Vettel’s recent domination, and both have strong claims. Although their cars have had some mechanical problems recently, they have won five races in 2012 between them.

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso  was overtaken in the drivers standings following his third place finish in Korea and will be determined to continue his battle with Vettel over the final four races of the season. Although he has finished on the podium  in eight of the past twelve events, the Spaniard has won just twice during that period and must start winning again to stop the Vettel juggernaut.

Australian Mark Webber  bounced back to form by qualifying fastest at the Korean Grand Prix a fortnight ago before finishing second to his teammate and will want another strong finish to ensure his Red Bull Racing-Renault team top the Constructors standings for the third straight season.

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