As the craze of motor sports in India is gaining momentum, we have been recieving a lot of queries about how to start motor sports career. So we thought that we should bring you the collated details to start your motor sports career in India. So this goes for you!!
Motor sports in India is controlled by a central body called The Federation of Motor Sports Club of India (FMSCI). While the actual sports events are usually organized by various clubs in the country. The Guidelines, Technical Regulations and Common Organizing Conditions are formulated, coordinated and implemented by the Federation.
We, at India also have another association called the Motorsports Association of India (MIA) which is is the Member of the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) in India. It is the Association responsible for the promotion of automotive sport in India under the International Sporting Code of the FIA.
There are several types of Motor Sports events conducted by the Clubs in India. They are Circuit Racing, Rally, Motocross / Supercross, SuperMoto, Hill Climb, Dirt Track Racing, Drag Meet, Motor Gymkhana, Autocross, Karting, etc.
How to go about it?:
As you must have known that Bajaj announced that they will announce 11 bikes in 6 months. So keeping up to the promise, Bajaj has launched a new website http://goodbyetraffic.in/, to launch one of its Pulsar’s upgrade in the market on December 9, 2009.
Currently the website features the bikes only 2 aspects:
- Petrol Tank
- Rear portion
You can view images of both as below:
Royal Enfield’s recently launched Bullet Classic in India was well appreciated, but this Bullet is different !!!
Oberdan Bezzi one of world’s famous designers has come up with a new Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Enduro. The bike features an amalgamation of traditional looks and modern style. It can work as an everyday enduro motorcycle that offers good mileage and requires little maintenance. Thanks to very reliable its 500cc single-cylinder engine, which is a tried and tested lot in India as well.
After the great success of Linea and
Grande Punto in India, Fiat India is all geared up to give Indian Automotive market a CNG versions of its cars during the April-June quarter of 2010. The speculation is on the Palio and the Grande Punto as the initially considering for CNG.
Here is a glimpse of the track at which India is set to host its first F1 Grand Prix in 2011.
The circuit will be situated at the Jaypee Greens Sports City. The track would be a short one – slightly under 5km (3.1 miles).
The circuit is being built by JP Associates which is part of a large industrial multinational called the Jaypee Group. Its situated alongside the Yamuna Expressway, a new road being built to connect India’s capital New Delhi with the country’s biggest tourist destination, the Taj Mahal, in the city of Agra.
This is to announce that the JK Tyres Junior Cup, 2009, will be held over 10 races, on
the following days:
28th November, 2009, 2 races
29th November, 2009, 3 races,
2009 2 races and
6th December, 2009, 3 races.
The details are as below: