Senna content with top ten finish
28 October 2012 – Bruno Senna declared himself 'happy' after claiming the final point on offer at the Buddh International Circuit on Sunday. The Williams driver, who returned to the top ten for the first time since Monza, was pleased to make up for his display on Saturday.
"We had a strong car in the race and after a disappointing qualifying yesterday, getting a point means that I am happy with today’s performance," Senna explained after the Grand Prix. "It was a fun race because I was fighting with cars that were very similar on pace so I had to make my overtaking manoeuvres stick, and so that was very satisfying.
"The car has felt much better this weekend so we will head to the next race with a lot more confidence."
In the other Williams, Pastor Maldonado's hopes of scoring points were ended when he picked up a puncture during contact with Kamui Kobayashi at Turn 5 on Lap 31.