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Takuma Sato shifts into IndyCar Series

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Great to see Taku back in action! Let's hope his aggressive driving style works to his advantage in this new environment, and that all the Southern cooking doesn't ruin his perfect physique!

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On the ovals he won't be able to go driving off the track all the time like he did in F1.

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Glad Captain Chaos is still around. He's probably horrible to drive with/against but he sure is fun to watch.

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Oh no... Indy get ready for fist fights. This guy is going to get decked within the first season - he is totally reckless as a driver hence no F-1 teams want him.

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I'm sure all of you are criticizing him because of course you are all better drivers. Remember when he beat Alonso when we was driving for Super Aguri? His car totally sucked. He's got major skills and he's an exciting driver. Best of luck Mr Sato. You've still got a good career ahead of you.

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I'm sure all of you are criticizing him because of course you are all better drivers.

Who is criticizing him? They don't call him Captain Chaos for nothing. He is exciting, but I think he makes up for less than to talent by being ultra-aggressive, which pisses off the other drivers.

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