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Old 5th May 2008, 13:27   #16
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Couple of races back, he said India needed to finish in the top 10. And now he did it!

Way to go NK, you definitely made us all proud.
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Old 5th May 2008, 14:36   #17
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Way to go narain. I missed this one. I watched one of his races last year when he came fourth.
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Old 5th May 2008, 15:27   #18
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Way to go narain. I missed the race but was watching the news all the time to get any updates. One more point was no net!!! Was amazing to see a news flash that narain won the race. Looking for the link to that video on u tube.
Well way to go. Nursing a car which met an accident and taking it home for a victory is awesome. Also to hear the National Anthem playing makes my eyes moist. Wow awesome.
Go Narain
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IMO - F1 is doing to motorsports what cricket has done to all sports in india! :( now- atleast people know about F1 because of Force India's adverts. But then they think it stops there.

WRC has almost zero coverage in todays media. whatever little press it is given, is MRFs ads for the APAC circuit.

Wife wanted to watch a movie- so had to keep switching to see updates. saw the first race and the brits victory. what was the coolest was - they were confident of winning the race again. quite a dissapointment.

way to go narain!

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Fantastic stuff, a well deserved victory and a nice way to end the season. I only wish A1 was given more publicity. I am sure with Ferrari powering the cars and a completely new chasis for next year there will be more hype. Go India Go !!!!!
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Way to go Narain. Congratulations and thanks for making us proud.
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Nice to see NK win his second GP (Correct me if am wrong).Though the outcome did not change much in the championships it did put India in the 10th place.Kudos to him and the team, though late its very much deserved.
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Awesome stuff and a great boost to NK's motivation. He always shines in Silverstone but unfortunately is not consistent on other tracks.
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good going there NK, wish you keep up the good run the next season aswell.
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