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Karun Chandhok is one of just two Indians to sit on a Formula One starting grid, making his debut in 2010 with HRT. A motor sport fan since he was a kid, in his first year in the paddock he quickly built up a solid reputation, not only as a driver, but also as an impeccable source of F1 trivia. Now he draws on both his first-hand experience and his extensive knowledge to offer his views on the sport he loves.

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  • Finishing on a high
  • November 28, 2012: Karun Chandhok reviews the title-deciding Brazilian Grand Prix and names his top drivers, race and moment from the 2012 season

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  • A great return to America
  • November 22, 2012: Karun Chandhok analyses the United States Grand Prix and explains how a number of factors came together to deliver one of the best races of the year

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  • Kimi was an absolute star
  • November 8, 2012: Karun Chandhok reflects on Kimi Raikkonen's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix victory, Lewis Hamilton's bad luck and the dynamics of the battle for the title with two races left

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  • Momentum is such a valuable thing
  • October 10, 2012: Karun Chandhok on why he thinks the momentum is clearly with Sebastian Vettel to take his third consecutive drivers' championship

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  • Seb's turn for a slice of luck
  • September 26, 2012: Karun Chandhok looks back on the Singapore Grand Prix and analyses what the result means for the championship

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  • McLaren on a roll
  • September 13, 2012: Karun Chandhok analyses McLaren's return to form and looks at the delicate situation in the championship with seven races remaining

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  • What might have been!
  • September 6, 2012: Karun Chandhok gives his take on the first corner accident at Spa-Francorchamps and looks at why we are no closer to understanding the pecking order

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  • 'Fernando did what Fernando does best'
  • July 26, 2012: Karun Chandhok analyses the German Grand Prix and looks at who will be quick in the heat of Hungary this weekend

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  • The Bulls vs the Prancing Horses
  • July 12, 2012: Karun Chandhok analyses the British Grand Prix and explains why Lotus are close to their first win of the year while McLaren appear to be drifting further away

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  • 'The race had everything'
  • June 28, 2012: Karun Chandhok picks out the best performances from the dramatic European Grand Prix, and explains why Romain Grosjean is his star of the weekend

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  • 'Pastor drove outstandingly well'
  • May 17, 2012: Karun Chandhok analyses Pastor Maldonado's victory at the Spanish Grand Prix and explains why he expects Lotus to win a race soon

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  • 'F1 racing at its best'
  • April 19, 2012: Karun Chandhok looks back on all of the performances at the Chinese Grand Prix

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  • A totally unexpected result
  • March 28, 2012: Karun Chandhok analyses one of the most surprising results of recent seasons and is still not certain which team has the best package

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  • 'When the flag drops, the bullshit stops'
  • March 22, 2012: Karun Chandhok returns to ESPNF1 to offer his views on the opening round of the season and how he sees the pecking order shaping up

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  • A trackside view
  • December 1, 2011: Karun Chandhok casts an expert eye over the differing driving styles of the top driver at Interlagos and explains why Mercedes should be a team to watch in 2012

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  • An end of term feeling in Abu Dhabi
  • November 16, 2011: Karun Chandhok looks back on a slightly strange atmosphere over the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix weekend and explains why there is still plenty to play for in Brazil

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