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F1 teams and drivers tweet pictures of the incredible Indian life ahead of Indian GP

Thursday, 24 October 2013 - 9:07pm IST Updated: Thursday, 24 October 2013 - 9:10pm IST | Agency: DNA Web Team
Here's Indian life through the eyes of the F1 teams and drivers.
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With the F1 race weekend nearing as the Indian GP is set to see the motor sport circus take centre-stage in India on Sunday, F1 teams and drivers seemed to have a gala time in the country.

The Indian GP which will not feature on the 2014 F1 calendar has seen a lot of excitement from fans as it could witness the crowning of Sebastian Vettel as a four time F1 champion as he would join Juan Manuel Fangio and Michael Schumacher as the only men to win four titles in a row.

The F1 drivers who started arriving in India in the last few days have been tweeting their experiences of the country which is hosting an F1 race for the third time.

The first Indian GP was hosted at the Buddh International Circuit (BIC) in 2011 and Sebastian Vettel has won both the Indian GPs so far.

There will be no Indian GP in 2014 and so this race over the weekend is set to be the last for some time.

F1 constructors champions, Red Bull racing tweeted this picture of Mark Webber driving a tractor in his racing overalls,

Earlier, the team tweeted, a picture of a crowded Indian road with this witty caption,

India as the land of elephants still seems to be the way the West perceives the nation if this tweet is anything to go by.

The Taj Mahal continues to fascinate the world and on their arrival in India, the team tweeted.

2008 F1 world champion, Lewis Hamilton tweeted his greetings on his arrival in India with this tweet,

Hamilton seemed excited about Indian food as he tweeted,

The Lotus F1 team tweeted,

The Lotus team which is known for its hilarious tweets on Twitter tweeted,

The team also tweeted,

The Lotus Twitter account asked Indian fans for their views on the night life in Delhi via this tweet.

Appreciating the off track activities in India especially sight-seeing Lotus tweeted their namesake temple pictures.

Cows on the street associated with India was also a picture that Lotus tweeted.

Capturing the rush on the road, Lotus tweeted this.

Mercedes driver, Nico Rosberg spent his day with charity work and tweeted.

Rosberg also tweeted about the cows on the road,

The German also had a Twitter chit-chat with Indian cricket star Yuvraj Singh.

2010 F1 champion Jenson Button retweeted a tweet that had him tasting one of India's favourite drinks - Lassi.

The McLaren F1 team tweeted this as a comment about the chaotic Indian traffic.

Here's another interesting tweet about the Indian life.

On Twitter the F1 drivers and teams seem excited about the Indian GP, how the race will shape up will only be known over the weekend.


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