Kalmadi said although venue for the race was not finalised yet, he was confident India would host the race in next couple of years.
"Bringing F1 is not a simple matter but we are very confident," said Kalmadi at the prize disribution ceremony for the JK Tyres National Road Racing Championhips on Sunday.
"We have got an F1 racer in Narain Karthikeyan and now Vijay Mallya is heading an F1 team so it is a natural progression that we should have an F1 track now.
"We have two German architects visiting New Delhi next week to prepare a master plan for the F1 track," he said.
Venues on the outskirts of Delhi -- in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh -- have been recently inspected by F1 officials but "nothing has been finalised about any particular site," Kalmadi said.
"We are in negotation with the governments of both the states," he said adding "we also welcome private companies".