Karun Chandhok insists he has no regrets despite having to look back on a short formula one career. With F1 returning to his native India this weekend, thee 28-year-old insists he is not disappointe...
With F1 returning to his native India this weekend, thee 28-year-old insists he is not disappointed that his new foray is sports car racing.
Chandhok raced part of the season for HRT in 2010 until he switched to Caterham (then Lotus) as reserve driver, even standing in for Jarno Trulli in Germany mid last season.
He now races full-time in the FIA's endurance sports car championship.
"I have no regrets because I did everything possible to make things happen in F1," Chandhok told the Times of India.
"When you feel you wasted an opportunity, then you feel disappointed. (But) if you can't get the sponsorship, if you can't get the money you need ... that's life and you just need to get on with it."