IndyCar » Karthikeyan, Senna look to the US for next moves


With their F1 careers seemingly consigned to history, Bruno Senna and Narain Karthikeyan are both thinking of moving to the US for their next challenges, with NASCAR and IndyCar likely destinations.

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kf1

July 24, 2013 3:25 PM

@FrozenCandle So is Christian Klien (who incidentally finished down the order). Its a very competitive series. Even though the drivers are less experienced, the pace is there and they are quick.

raju

July 24, 2013 4:18 PM

@FrozenCandle- Narain karthikeyan on his day has beaten all no matter who he is. its just his timing was never right. He has won raices on all forms of racing except F1 and I dunt think we can comment on any person who is trying to achieve something for himself to say give up. its not a right way to respect a person who has contributed to motorsports especially for Asia and India. I meant no offense but this is the fact. its him who made india know what is formula1.

ZEDX

July 24, 2013 11:49 PM

So what? At least the guy is doing something sensible & productive with his time. Who says older guys can't mix it with teenagers & 20yr olds? If he was as rubbish as some claim the young hot-shots would have wiped the floor with him by now but he has 95 points and is 4th. Yeah, what about Christian Klein? What about Glock going to DTM - not exactly leading the class, is he? No, I'd like to see NK in a good Indy Car team. I've come to the conclusion F1 just doesn't suit some drivers - but it doesn't mean they're altogether rubbish!

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