Sebastian Vettel heads to the Buddh International Circuit looking to continue his Indian domination.
The Red Bull racer has a perfect record in India having claimed pole position and the race victory in both editions of the grand prix.
And this season he's looking for the hat-trick.
"So far everything has always gone perfectly for us in India," he said.
"There is also a very nice trophy at the end of the race - so it would be great to hold one again this year!
"It's a circuit that I like, in a country that is very, very impressive every time we go there."
Should the German claim the victory he will also secure his fourth successive Drivers' Championship title.
Vettel, though, insists winning the Indian GP is not as easy as it may appear.
"It is not an easy track, because of a few complicated rhythm- breakers that are in there.
"The most difficult part is the uphill entry to Turn Three, because seeing the apex is practically impossible.
"So to drive a perfect lap around the Buddh circuit, you need a good driving instinct."