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Former F1 driver Chandhok hosts session on sustainable motorsport in UK parliament

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Formula 1 driver-turned pundit Karun Chandhok was part of a distinguished panel that was invited by the UK parliament to talk on how motorsport can contribute in direction of a sustainable future. The Indian hosted the session in speaker’s chamber within the House of Lords on Monday.

Besides Chandhok, the panel included F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali, Motorsport UK Chair David Richards, Mercedes F1 CTO James Allison and Zero Petroleum founder Paddy Lowe, who can also be a famend motor racing engineer. Chandhok, who is predicated within the UK, can also be on the board of Motorsport UK.”It was an actual honour to be invited to Parliament by the Speaker of the House, Sir Lyndsay Hoyle,” Chandhok informed PTI.

“It was an opportunity for a panel of leading Motorsport people to show the MP’s and cabinet ministers how Motorsport can lead the way for the development and innovation of new technologies for a sustainable future.” Chandhok and Narain Karthikeyan are solely the 2 Indians who’ve competed in Formula 1. Chandhok is now a well-known determine within the Formula 1 paddock and travels for many of the races in a calendar 12 months as a commentator.