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Marto - Unregistered

July 23, 2008 11:58 AM

Great win mate....Absolutely brilliant....Thoroughly deserved and you''ve once again proved that you''re the fastest Indian on 4 wheels....hope that STR puts you alonside Senna again next year. Its a great partnership and great to see you guys get along so well...

TooGood 2Tell

July 23, 2008 12:54 PM
Last Edited 2317 days ago

Good Job Karun!!! But everyday you wakeup and take a look in that mirror, remember you are not Karun "Senna" or Karun "Schumacher". :)

So convincing Mallya to give you Force India Seat a Uphill Climb. There are no Ron Dennis's and Montezemello waiting for you.
And remember Narain K is still the faster driver than you,Its just that Mallya does not like NK has kept him away from grid :-o

And If Red Bull draft you in Torro Rosso never lose focus and let Franz Toast and Bergher out of sight, they have habit of physically attacking their drivers,when the driver is not watching. For details contact Scott Speed :p

dhruv - Unregistered

July 23, 2008 1:26 PM

nk has got the raw pace but kc is a much consistent and smooth driver.........senna too is quicker than kc but i cant say senna is miles ahead of kc in terms of talent ...........the 2 go on so well together and it wud be a dream team if they are in STR next year........berger wont say anything to senna and kc is a genuinely nice guy like rubens so he is unlikely to fall into trouble with the mgt.......speed was arrogant no doubt abt that

TooGood 2Tell

July 23, 2008 1:55 PM

Dhruv - "Speed Was so Arrogant". Wow what gave you that insight?? are you paddock/team insider? or is it just "Your" Impression. NK has got raw pace but KC is smooth consistent. Well check this and previous GP2 season reports Both Senna and KC have made mistakes in most comfortable position and parked the cars.
If you follow A1GP. A1GP India's performance outshone their previous seasons, when NK work full season with them. That Bloke is fast and also has good technical insights. What was Teams result when KC drove for them. A1GP is good baseline as the cars are spec cars and Driver abilities matter more than anything :D.

Don't make random statements plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

dhruv - Unregistered

July 23, 2008 2:08 PM

actually i am a bigger fan of nk than kc.i think my post doesnt reflect that.of course nk is much more fun to watch than kc and has done remarkably well in a much weaker team in a1gp but he is still erratic eventhough he has improved a lot since 2005.as for speed everyone knows that he didnt do justice to his talent by his brash atitude thats the reason y liuzzi managed to survive the whole season and speed was fired straight away.mind u abt the raw pace of nk and smooth driving of kc i have watched nk's every single race since 2005 and kc's all races in gp2 whenever they were shown on tv i can come to a conclusion.i wont make too many comparisions b/w the 2 as both have made india proud

Damien - Unregistered

July 23, 2008 4:46 PM

@too good

The fact that you are basing Karun's performances on A1 Gp truly shows us how ignorant you are. Team India was run by horrible management and Karun resigned due to the politics of the Ebrahim racing family.

Gp2 is by FAR a more competitive series than A1 Gp and anyone in motorsport circles will say just the same. The fact that 9 current drivers have tested or are driving in F1 from Gp2 is phenomenal and sure does say something. Flavio and bernie are not idiots. They have each built an empire and Gp2 is no different. NK was quick, sure but Karun is also quick and technically incredibly strong. NK can stay in A1 Gp and be happy for all i care but KC too is due for more glory..

Damien - Unregistered

July 23, 2008 4:48 PM

sorry about the multiple responses.....anyway....the fact that the INDIAN lad has notched up a 2nd win in arguably the hardest championship in motorsport is something special and rather that bring him down, i think we should laud this performance and give karun the credit he is due.

machello - Unregistered

July 23, 2008 5:02 PM

i would say just this--- narain karthikeyan--fast,,much improved driver than his jordan days in f1...now a very consistent and able driver..he struggled with luck in f1..and wasnt given enough opportunities to prove his worth...

karun chandhok---consistent,,technically sound,,used his opportunities properly,,still has long way to go..and is a more matured driver at his age as compared to narain karthikeyan..

dhruv - Unregistered

July 23, 2008 5:22 PM

kc is one ofthe best gp2 drivers out there no doubt abt that....... when he won the race on sunday and he parked his car in parc ferme i noticed his tyres and senna's sets and i saw that his kc's tyres were in pretty gud shape compared to senna's much worn out tyres and that happened despite kc being the one who had defend alomst the entire race

dhruv - Unregistered

July 23, 2008 5:22 PM

kc is one of the best gp2 drivers out there no doubt abt that....... when he won the race on sunday and he parked his car in parc ferme i noticed his tyres and senna's sets and i saw that his kc's tyres were in pretty gud shape compared to senna's much worn out tyres and that happened despite kc being the one who had defend alomst the entire race

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