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Old 17th December 2007, 13:15   #31
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What a feeling it was to hear the Indian national anthem played for the first time in any motorsport event!
N K has made us all proud, good going buddy, and keep it up.
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It was too great a feeling to listen to national anthem and seeing an Indian on the podium. I happened to see this race. It was too good.

Way to go narain!!!
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Good job from Narain... I cant explain how i felt when i heard the indian anthem being played the first time ever on podium.

I was feeling disappointed when the media cared with only a flash news...
Nah, it wasn't the first time. Remember Karun Chandok at Spa, Belgium in GP2.

Anyways, congrats NK. People have been trying to write him off for some time now, thats a fitting reply. Hope this is the first of many more.
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Congrats narain and Team India. You have done us proud.
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i had seen the race.he had kept his cool and waited for the right moment.the pit stop strategy was perfect and it was not that good for the competition.anyways loved to see him at the top.
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Good show Narain. We seem to have almost forgotten him. It just goes to prove that he still has lots of the high octane stuff left in his tank.
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Congrats to NK and Team India. i feel that he should continue in A1 GP and consolidate our position as a regular front runner and bring home the world cup .Forget about F1, no offence to the Legend but what i have noticed in the races is that he is not aggressive enough to compete in the top level.
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Hi guys, don't mean to start a war here but... honestly, I don't know much about A1 vs F1, but I'm assuming that for someone who's thrown an F1 car around, A1 ought to be easier, right? I mean, the point is, doesn't he have an advantage over the others? Are there any other [ex-]F1 drivers in A1?

Nevertheless, it's [yet another] proud moment for India...
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