Due do modern track design, most of the circuits that now comprise the Formula 1 Calendar produce relatively lackluster and compromised racing. These new tracks also have a difficult time sizing up to the glamor and fan supplied energy of older, more historical tracks like Monaco, Silverstone, Spa, and Interlagos.
I don't particularly care for the Indian Grand Prix. I can't remember the track being at all exciting in the past. Sebastian Vettel is almost guaranteed the World Championship victory in India to stands only 40% full; oppose this to a Brazilian winning the championship at Interlagos. Stark.
I'm not here to complain; I am still going to watch the race and enjoy it, just not as much as any other race.
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