`Indian GP will be a spectacle for fans`

Indian drivers
Narain Karthikeyan and Karun Chandhok on Saturday said the
challenging Budh International Circuit will provide fans with
quite a spectacle when F1 comes to the country this October.

Karun Chandhok hoping for more F1 races

Formula One driver Karun Chandhok is hoping for another race opportunity with Team Lotus, maybe even this year, despite finishing last in the German Grand Prix.

Chandhok replaces Trulli for German Grand Prix

Team Lotus has replaced veteran driver Jarno Trulli with reserve driver Karun Chandhok of India for this weekend`s German Grand Prix.

Indian GP circuit will be ready on time: Chandhok

Formula One driver Karun Chandhok has exuded confidence that the Buddh International Circuit near New Delhi will be ready on time for the inaugural Indian Grand Prix.

Chandhok determined to make a comeback in next two years

India`s Karun Chandhok would certainly be disppointed if he does not get a chance to be on the grid in the inaugural Indian Grand Prix in October this year but the Team Lotus reserve is looking at the bigger picture.

Chandhok`s Team Lotus debut ends with a crash

Karun Chandhok`s first drive in Team Lotus Formula One car lasted less than a minute and crashed.

Team Lotus name Karun Chandhok as reserve driver

Chandhok will return to F1 this season as reserve driver with Team Lotus.

Karun still negotiating with Team Lotus: Vicky Chandhok

Karun Chandhok is still in talks with Team Lotus to seal a test driver’s seat for the 2011 Formula One season, his father Vikcy said.

Chandhok to test with Team Lotus

Karun Chandhok will test for Team Lotus in Spain next week as a potential reserve.

Chandhok drops hints of joining Lotus

Indian racing ace Karun Chandhok is keen on joining Malaysian outfit Lotus Racing for the 2011 season so that he can contribute in Asia’s emergence as a force in the “West dominated” Formula One circuit.

Chandhok sets sights on F1 reserve role

India’s Karun Chandhok has set his sights on a test driver role, with Team Lotus the main target, to keep his Formula One hopes alive after failing to secure a race seat for 2011.

Chandhok eyes F1 return in crowded driver market

Karun Chandhok will test with GP2 teams in Abu Dhabi this weekend while still hoping for a return to Formula One next year in time for his country`s first grand prix.

Chandhok pondering switch from Hispania

Indian racer Karun Chandhok may start the 2011 Formula One season with a new team and the Hispania driver on Thursday disclosed that he was discussing the switch with four teams, including Force India.

Chandhok completes first laps of Korean F1 circuit

Karun Chandhok declared South Korea’s new, and as yet unfinished, grand prix circuit to be in good shape after becoming the first person to drive a Formula One car around it on Saturday.

Chandhok first F1 driver to test Korean track next month

With his Hispania Racing team deciding not to use him for the third time this season, India`s Karun Chandhok is set to become the first Formula One driver to get a taste of the brand-new Yeongam F1 track in South Korea next month.

Chandhok misses out on Hungarian Grand Prix

Hispania Racing Formula One team driver Karun Chandhok will miss Sunday`s Hungarian Formula One Grand Prix after also being dropped by Hispania for last weekend`s race in Germany.

Karun Chandhok dropped for German GP

Indian Formula One driver Karun Chandhok has been dropped by the Hispania team for next weekend`s German Grand Prix at Hockenheim, the team announced on Friday.

Chandhok named brand ambassador of Jaypee Sports International

Indian Formula One driver Karun Chandhok was today named brand ambassador of Jaypee Sports International (JPSI).

Chandhok wants to stay ahead of Virgin in Valencia

Karun Chandhok wants to outrace both the Virgin cars in the European Grand Prix.

Chandhok hopes for team’s double finish in Montreal

Karun Chanhdok is excited about his first race in Montreal’s Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and the Chennai lad exuded confidence that a double finish is very much possible in Sunday’s Canadian Grand Prix.