The official press conference of the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) for the inaugural Indian Grand Prix [ Images ] was interrupted by power failure at the Buddh International circuit, in New Delhi [ Images ], on Friday.
For a good four minutes approximately, the microphones did not work resulting in a brief interruption of the press conference.
Williams driver Rubens Barrichello [ Images ] was addressing the media when the lights went off, much to the embarrassment of the organisers.
Besides Barrichello, five other drivers who addressed the press conference were Adrian Sutil [ Images ], the driver of the home team -- Sahara Force India [ Images ], Team Lotus driver Jarno Trulli [ Images ], legendary Michael Schumacher [ Images ] from Team Mercedes [ Images ], Ferrari [ Images ] driver Felipe Massa [ Images ] and India's very own Narain Karthikeyan [ Images ].
The 5.14 km-long track with 16 corners at the Buddh International Circuit will hosts India's first-ever Formula One Grand Prix, on Sunday, with practice sessions starting from Saturday morning.