Formula E puts India back on the motorsport world map, but will it revive Indian motorsport?

New Delhi: Formula E’s entry into India next year marks the return of a major motorsport event in the country and development has already begun to draw an ‘unfair’ comparison to the Formula 1 cars last entered in 2013. racing the outskirts of the national capital.

Vicky Chandhok, who headed the Indian Motorsport Federation when Formula 1 cars were pious at the Buddh . International Circuit over three seasons, it aptly summarizes the similarities (or lack thereof) between the ‘apex of motor racing’ and Formula E, an all-electric racing series that has made rapid strides since its debut season in 2014.

Coffee, Keyboard and music.. Best Companion for quality writing. Aditya Pratap is undergrad fellow and looking for best stuffs in Technology, Politics and Startups.