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Sky Sports pundit sparks anger with ‘insensitive' Imola tweet

Sky Sports F1 pundit Karun Chandhok has angered fans on Twitter after he dismissed the idea of taking part in a virtual Emilia Romagna Grand Prix following the cancellation of the real event over deadly flooding in the region. Chandhok responded to a thread created by motorsport analyst Vincenzo Landino which had called for the virtual race to be held to raise money for people affected by the devasting floods. The pundit and former Formula E driver rejected the idea of taking part, suggesting that, instead, he will be spending the time away from the track with his family. “With the GP canceled this weekend, I would love to see @F1 get the drivers together for a virtual Emilia Romagna...
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