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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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  • One big weekend
  • November 3, 2011: Karun Chandhok gives his views on the inaugural Indian Grand Prix weekend

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  • 'Lewis was Lewis again'
  • October 19, 2011: Karun Chandhok reviews the Korean Grand Prix and analyses the style of his top three drivers in F1 - one of which has had a very welcome return to form

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  • Up all night
  • September 29, 2011: Karun Chandhok reports from the nocturnal paddock in Singapore and picks his to winners and losers from last weekend's grand prix

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  • High drama at the theatre of speed
  • September 14, 2011: Karun Chandhok looks back on his weekend at Monza and analyses the battle between Michael Schumacher and the McLarens

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  • Three stories from Spa
  • September 1, 2011: Karun Chandhok dissects the Belgian Grand Prix weekend with behind-the-scenes stories from Schumacher's 20th and his take on Red Bull's tyre troubles

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  • Jenson deserved the win 100%
  • August 2, 2011: Karun Chandhok explains how Jenson Button won the Hungarian Grand Prix but also looks at how Lewis Hamilton lost it. He also praises McLaren for letting their two world champions fight it out on track

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  • Back in the (200mph) office
  • July 27, 2011: Karun Chandhok gives a first-hand account from behind the steering wheel in Germany and explains why Sebastian Vettel's race to fourth will be a one-off

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  • 'Fernando is worth every cent'
  • July 15, 2011: Karun Chandhok delves deeper into the reasons behind Ferrari's victory at Silverstone and explains why Red Bull should be left to sort out their own affairs

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  • Alonso's master class kept Vettel honest
  • June 30, 2011: Karun Chandhok unpicks the reasons behind the relative pace of the frontrunners in Valencia and at who will be quick at Silverstone

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  • The best of Button
  • June 16, 2011: Karun Chandhok explains how Jenson Button went from the the back of the field to victory in just 30 laps and looks forward to Valencia

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  • Tyres rule, OK?
  • May 24, 2011: Karun Chandhok dissects the various strategies at play at the Spanish Grand Prix and explains why tyre management should now be every team's primary concern

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  • Making sense of Turkey's strategic chaos
  • May 10, 2011: The Turkish Grand Prix was another all action race full of strategic chaos that was enough to confuse the teams, drivers and commentators alike! On the face of it, the top six in qualifying finished in the top six in the race and Sebastian Vettel once again took a dominant victory but that doesn't even begin to tell the full story...

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  • New rules show potential
  • April 12, 2011: Karun Chandhok explains how the DRS, KERS and Pirelli's new tyres are all coming together to create great racing in 2011

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  • 'A mix of predictability and unpredictability'
  • March 31, 2011: Karun Chandhok reflects on the Australian GP, looking at the brilliant performance by his good mate 'Checco' Perez and explaining why it's too early to jump to any conclusions

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  • 'It's going to be a fascinating season'
  • March 23, 2011: Karun Chandhok looks ahead to the new season and explains what the new tyres and regulations will mean for the drivers

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