Sydney, July 15 : Former Australian cricketer Brett Lee thought Sachin Tendulkar's car was `souped-up', when the pair went for a go-karting session in Mumbai.
The Little Master, who met up with Lee in Mumbai, suggested the pair go go-karting the night after they finished dinner.
When Lee asked what time they''d go the next day, Tendulkar said, "No. We''ll go now."
"Then I realised what I''d said, if there''s anyone who can have a go-karting place opened when he wants, it''s Sachin," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted Lee, as saying in his biography, My Life, penned by author James Knight.
Lee said Tendulkar made a couple calls and within 10 or 15 minutes, the duo reached the go-karting track.
The Speedster said Tendulkar's assistant brought out a `No. 10' labelled car, which he believed was enhanced in its power and performance.
"He made a couple of calls and within 10 or 15 minutes we were there. His assistant brings out a No. 10 [his playing number] go-kart, which I reckon was souped-up. I reckon I got stitched up for sure," the fast bowler said.
Knight claimed Lee''s stardom through cricket ''''reached proportions that the average person would find hard to believe''''. (ANI)