Daksh Panwar (for Info only, not official)


Daksh Panwar

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    ...Once a race is dropped, Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn says, it is very difficult for it to find a place again in the calendar.It is a shame that Sebastian Vettel will not be here next year or, indeed, in the years to come.But it is perhaps fitting that the image of the all-conquering German lying prostrate on the tarmac after his victory will be our lasting memory of the Indian Grand Prix.It will mercifully replace other not-so-flattering images from the event.Images such as a dust-covered track with a dog running across it.Or an unfinished facility in the first year of the event.Or M.S.Gill dismissing the race as "entertainment, not sport".Or a petulant Ajay Maken complaining in 2011 that he was not invited for the race because he was "not a cheergirl".What hurt the race most was Gill's attitude towards it.As sports minister, he presided over the disastrous 2010 Commonwealth Games (CWG). ...

    Indian Express on Oct. 31, 2013, 2:42 a.m.