The Indian Grand Prix is the latest in a long line of new
venues on the F1 calendar - but can the new arrival succeed where others have seemingly
failed and create a new audience for the sport?
Korea, Abu Dhabi, Singapore, Turkey, China, Bahrain and
Malaysia are all new nations that have all tried to embrace Formula One over
the last 12 years, but only Singapore has truly succeeded in generating the
kind of crowds that are needed to sustain the events themselves.
Turkey has already dropped off the calendar, Bahrain is
hanging by a thread and Korea's low crowds have raised questions over