For Rosberg, Chandni Chowk proves a crazy track

Updated: 27 October 2011 18:38 IST

Navigating his car through the narrow and the cramped Old Delhi streets was a "crazy" experience for Formula One Mercedes Benz driver Nico Rosberg.

For Rosberg, Chandni Chowk proves a crazy track

Greater Noida:

Navigating his car through the narrow and the cramped Old Delhi streets was a "crazy" experience for Formula One Mercedes Benz driver Nico Rosberg.


"I drove through the streets of old Delhi. It was crazy and something we won't get to do in Europe. It is great finally to be here as we hear so much about this country when we are racing in other parts of the world," he said.

Rosberg now can't wait to drive down the Buddh International Circuit.

"We are all waiting for the practice session tomorrow. The track is quite interesting. It has got a long corner and fast chicanes. It does look good to drive."

Rosberg said he will miss a trip to Taj Mahal.

"I won't be going to Taj Mahal this time around. I really wanted to but they told me it will take three hours by road to reach there and four to come back. We will be busy with the track so I hope get the time to go there next time."



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