Indian Grand Prix officials are confident the inaugural race will go ahead without problems when it makes its debut on the calendar later this year.
"They are very eager to get it finished in the summer, they try to get it before the monsoon starts, but they will be ready in time," said Walter Kafitz, a consultant to the circuit. "I wasn't in Korea, I just have heard it, but I am sure these problems I have heard (about) won't occur."
The Korean Grand Prix faced months of uncertainty before the inaugural race took place, with the track still being worked on during the GP weekend.
India is scheduled to host its first grand prix on Oct. 30, with the circuit having undergone an FIA inspection in February. Indian GP chief executive Sameer Gaur said not even the poor weather would not affect the construction of the circuit.
"Even if it rains tomorrow, no problem. I'm already inside the building, the civil work is done, and we are absolutely confident and sure that we will not embarrass our country this year."
Gaur is also convinced that the event will be a huge success for the country.
"It's India, it's a continent. We won the Cricket World Cup in 1983. Before that, India was not known in cricket. India was losing in cricket, but that was a game changer. And, since then, India has become a hub of cricket.
"What I feel is that October 2011 will be a game changer for India. Motorsport in India will become very big because there are lots of motorsport lovers all across India in different states like Chennai, Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai.
"Somebody had to take the call. We got the opportunity three years back when we signed this contract with Mr. E and the FOA. And now this opportunity has come. At least the first race, the second race there will be so much hype, and the hype and the marketing will start in a month's time. I think we should be OK with the crowd, there's a lot of buzz."