FIA asks Malya to encourage Indian Drivers

Posted by Ashutosh Tiwari Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Its been on the news that FIA supremo Max Mosley, has asked Vijay Malya to encourage more Indian drivers for his team Force India. Malya has owned this team for quite some time now and still we see no signs of any Indian on the racing seat of the car. 
It has been a point of controversy here in India as well. We have young Indian capable drivers like Narain Kartikeyan and Karun Chandok who are very much of a driver than any others present on the track nowadays. It would be a much better idea to increase the fan following in India as well as the subcontinent when a team belonging to the nation will see a driver which belongs to the nation as well. Watching the race one often feels why is the team called force India when except the owner we have nothing Indian about it. Kartikeyan has one full year of experience with him and I remember he impressed many commentators and experienced experts of F-1 with his driving style and intent to win the race. It will not me much time before we see more of Localization in the national team as so claimed by Mr. Vijaya Malya. We will sure love to see Indians racing on the track as well.


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