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http://www.motogp.com/en/news/2010/wtr+with+an+indian+rider

Even with such a big population, I never thought we'd get someone into this this soon, but on the other hand, most of the motorcycles we have in our country are <250cc's, atleast for us poor folk anyways.

Just proud to field a rider/team in motoGP grid as well as F1 :toocool:, apart from all the software and call centers :jester
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Very cool.. :)

I'm still waiting to see a Colombian on the grid, Martin is doing pretty awesome in AMA so you never know I guess.
 

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Very cool.. :)

I'm still waiting to see a Colombian on the grid, Martin is doing pretty awesome in AMA so you never know I guess.

very few have transitioned well going from AMA to MotoGP, maybe he can get a Moto2 ride first and prove his worth :confused:, regardless, MotoGP or Moto2 would be a step up from AMA :fact
 

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Dude, that's awesome!

And to add to the awesome in this thread:

Rebecca Hazlewood


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Very cool...very cool...

And thank you Joe for adding to the awesomeness of this thread....
 

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Hoot! How exciting!



























Ok, I'm sorry - I had a Simpsons moment and I couldn't help myself :eek:


:cheers Ram
 

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Some indians have cool names...like, Thondakulam. It sounds like an exotic energy drink from...India! "Yo, man...lemme get one of them Thondakulams right there."

:laugh

(buddy's last name is Thondakulam, btw)
 

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Some indians have cool names...like, Thondakulam. It sounds like an exotic energy drink from...India! "Yo, man...lemme get one of them Thondakulams right there."

:laugh

(buddy's last name is Thondakulam, btw)
yeah, he's prolly from the same part of the country as I am, but in my case (my family), we carry our father's name as our last name, not a common last name as folks here. In ATL, lotta indians there man, I have some family in Dunwoody though i'd like to visit there more than I do now.


:lmao


I thought you were mesican :hehe
you aren't the first one to think of me as mesican

Fuggin Indians!!! hahhah I keed Ram
$hit, I wasn't offended for your comments on my beard last december, :lmao and yeah I still remember
 

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yeah, he's prolly from the same part of the country as I am, but in my case (my family), we carry our father's name as our last name, not a common last name as folks here. In ATL, lotta indians there man, I have some family in Dunwoody though i'd like to visit there more than I do now.
Yeah, there's a good deal of indians here. Most are more educated than me! Vijay (the Thondakulam guy) and Ravi were both the same age as me when I exited the Marines and started at my last job where I met them, and they both already had their Masters degrees! I always picked on them for it (I was really envious), but the big elephant in the room was that they made more money than me! :laugh

Oh, and Ravi had a thing for watches...had a different one on every day! :laugh

He also told me, since I drive a Hyundai, that over in India, if you drove a Hyundai Sonata...you were the man. You could get any chick you wanted over there with a damn Sonata! Also, that he admitted he had a misconception about America, stating that, before he moved here for school, he thought that Americans were so rich that if we so much as got a scratch or ding on our cars that we simply 'threw them away' and bought a new one! I wish! :nocontrol
 
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