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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Lone_Rider View Post
    They have hired 2 newbie "Phirangi" Riders, Teenagers! 18 and 19 year olds who might have just got their licenses! There is galaxies of Biking Talent in India! But this stupid fools have gone to lick the white a**es again

    I'm happy that they have made the first Indian MotoGP team but i'm enraged to know that the riders aren't Indian

    Force India F1 team has done the same mistake! They have hired phirangies ever since they came in to existance.

    Why do they not give chances to the talents of their own country? WTF is wrong?
    Interesting statements
    would love to reply to all of them..one by one.
    1st. they don't get their racing licenses at the age at which we guys get our driving liscence. The minimum age is 12years, because of which 2007 Champ Casey stoner moved from australia to UK in that age. Our country might have the galaxy of biking talent..but being a businessman..no one would look for the galaxy..but only those bright stars which are shining brighter than others. there is no doubt..the current lineup at mahindra is brighter than any indian combination they could find.

    2nd. thats just an emotional statement.

    3rd. Force India is performing better than they were with experienced guys. what makes you think they should give a chance to a new guy ..just because he's Indian. Face the fact, being an indian is not enough to be on the grand stage...you have to Stand out of the normal crowd for getting a chance to expose yourself on that stage.

    4th. the reason why we're not given chances is that our level is not upto the required benchmark yet. when riders from europe at the age of 16 are capable of winning championships..at that age we guys here don't even know the physics of cornering. We are slowly aproaching that level with the new tracks and F1/MotoGP looking towards India, but this will take time when riders from India will be ready for competition at the age of 12-13yrs.

    That's when we'll kick **s. Lets be "OK" if not happy with what our Indian manufacturers are doing
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    Quote Originally Posted by R-series View Post
    Interesting statements
    would love to reply to all of them..one by one.
    1st. they don't get their racing licenses at the age at which we guys get our driving liscence. The minimum age is 12years, because of which 2007 Champ Casey stoner moved from australia to UK in that age. Our country might have the galaxy of biking talent..but being a businessman..no one would look for the galaxy..but only those bright stars which are shining brighter than others. there is no doubt..the current lineup at mahindra is brighter than any indian combination they could find.

    2nd. thats just an emotional statement.

    3rd. Force India is performing better than they were with experienced guys. what makes you think they should give a chance to a new guy ..just because he's Indian. Face the fact, being an indian is not enough to be on the grand stage...you have to Stand out of the normal crowd for getting a chance to expose yourself on that stage.

    4th. the reason why we're not given chances is that our level is not upto the required benchmark yet. when riders from europe at the age of 16 are capable of winning championships..at that age we guys here don't even know the physics of cornering. We are slowly aproaching that level with the new tracks and F1/MotoGP looking towards India, but this will take time when riders from India will be ready for competition at the age of 12-13yrs.

    That's when we'll kick **s. Lets be "OK" if not happy with what our Indian manufacturers are doing
    +1000 to that . Right now what we are missing is infrastructure.

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    Great news...

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    great job bu mahindra....best of luck to ridersn team MM
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