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Karun Chandhok

Karun Chandhok


19 January 1984 (37)
Bob Gerard (19 January 1914)
Red Amick (19 January 1929)
Tarso Marques (19 January 1976)
Jenson Button (19 January 1980)


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20th (2011 German Grand Prix)
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2010 Bahrain Grand Prix
2011 German Grand Prix

about Karun Chandhok

Karun Chandhok (Tamil: ????? ????????) (born 19 January 1984) is an Indian racing driver who last competed in Formula E for Mahindra Racing. Previously, Chandhok has competed for Hispania Racing in Formula One in 2010. Before this, he drove in the GP2 Series for three years, winning two races. In 2013, Chandhok competed in the FIA GT Series for Seyffarth Motorsport.

Prior to his time in GP2, Chandhok won the Formula Asia championship in 2001 and was the inaugural Formula Asia V6 by Renault champion in 2006. After leaving F1, he has worked as a commentator for BBC Radio 5 Live and Sky Sports F1 from 2013 to 2015 and joined Channel 4 in 2016 as Technical Analyst and Pitlane Reporter.

source: Wikipedia


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2010 Bruno Senna
Sakon Yamamoto
Christian Klien
HRT compare 2010
2011 Heikki Kovalainen
Jarno Trulli
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Joined by F1 Racing magazine’s executive editor Stuart Codling for their 'grid walk', Chandhok begins by talking about the upheaval at Ferrari – with the arrival of Charles Leclerc and promotion of technical director Mattia Binotto to team principal.<br><br>More Ferrari insight:<br><br>What Ferrari must do to beat Mercedes<br>Ferrari president rejects talk of management "rupture"<br>Brundle ...

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Having been an analyst for Channel 4’s coverage in recent years, Chandhok has elected to return to Sky – where he was a part of the team from 2012 to 2014. Speaking about his new appointment, Chandhok said: “I'm very excited to be rejoining the Sky Sports F1 team from the 2019 season. "With their long-term commitment to Formula 1 and the team of people that's in place, it's a great ...

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Renault ran Kubica in 2017 machinery in August before Williams picked up the baton and gave him mileage in a 2014-spec car before testing him in 2017 machinery.After analysing the data, Williams decided against signing him alongside Lance Stroll for the 2018 campaign.Sergey Sirotkin got the drive, although Kubica was handed a reserve and development driver role with the Grove-based ...

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