Chandhok for FIA top post?
Vicky Chandhok is amused with reports that tip him to head the International Motorsports Federation but maintains he cannot take it seriously unless he gets the support of FIA president Max Mosley and Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone.india Updated: Jul 02, 2009 01:07 IST
Vicky Chandhok is amused with reports that tip him to head the International Motorsports Federation but maintains he cannot take it seriously unless he gets the support of FIA president Max Mosley and Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone.
Vicky said talks of him running for the top FIA job stemmed from a magazine that named him as one of the five potential successors of Mosley.
Toyota won’t host
2010 GP: Reports
Tokyo: Recession-hit Toyota Motor plans to pull out of hosting the 2010 Japanese Grand Prix, Japanese media said on Wednesday.
Ashutosh in quarters
New Delhi: India’s Ashutosh Singh upset third seed Hyun-woo Nam of South Korea 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 while Yuki Bhambri dispatched Ashwin Vijayragavan 6-1, 6-2 to enter the quarters . Second-seeded Vishnu Vardhan too advanced in the $15,000 ITF tournament at DLTA here on Wednesday.
Kaushik lauds effort
New Delhi: Women's hockey coach M.K. Kaushik feels that the team's triumph in Champions Challenge-II is a small but right step towards their development. India put on a commanding performance in Kazan, Russia, and qualified for the Champions Challenge-I, which is a qualifier for the elite Champions Trophy.
Changes in Singapore Grand Prix
Mumbai: If Formula One hadn't heard enough from the 'environmental' police already, it earned more criticism for sanctioning the night race in Singapore last season. Approximately 15,000 lights lined the 5-km circuit. "It sounds big, but actually the energy used up for lighting the track was only 50 per cent of what is required for the Boeing 747 to take off," veteran F1 commentator Steve Slater said in Mumbai at an event.