Bentley Motors Limited, has launched the Continental Supersports in India. It is the most powerful and fastest Bentley ever produced. It does the 0-100 dash in 3.9 seconds and has a top speed of 329 kmph. The Supersports is 110 kg lighter than the Continental GT Speed.
The Bentley Continental Supersports, has been brought to India by Mr. Satya Bagla, Managing Director, Exclusive Motors Pvt. Ltd.
The Supersports is also the first Bentley capable of running on both petrol (gasoline) and biofuel, pioneering the use of FlexFuel technology in the luxury sector.
You can find below some insights about the Continental Supersports:
Yamaha is revved up hit the market with its all new 2010 model YS 250 Fazer which will replace the Fazer YBR250 (Which was displayed at the 2006 Auto Expo at New Delhi).
After the launch of Yamaha Fazer in India, the company shown a lot of aggressiveness in terms of its market strategy, and putting their best foot forward to give the enthusiasts what they have been deprived of for ages.
New features in the Yamaha YS 250 Fazer:
- Introduction of Disc breaks
- Redesigned rear suspension
- New instrumentation with LCD like the current FZ16 / FZ S
- New stylish Headlamp
- New Tail lamp cluster
- Fuel injection with Oil cooling
- New alloy wheel design
You can view more images of the 2010 variant of Yamaha YS 250 Fazer below:
Valentino Rossi, 9 Times World Motorcycle Grad Prix champion appeared as Guest of Honor at the Auto Expo 2010, New Delhi on Saturday.
As informed earlier to you about the Honda CB Twister in Honda launches 110 cc Twister today in India. so we have brought for you all the details of this unique bike.
The bike sports the following new features that are for the first time in its segment:
- Front Disc brakes
- Screenless layered front cowl
- Eye-catching headlight
- Floating side cowl
- Muscular fuel tank
- Sharp rear with short tail
- Short muffler
- Half chain case
- Tubeless tyres
- Sporty Speedometer
You can see more pictures of the bike below:
This is great news for the Indian Automobile industry. Honda India has launched its 110 cc CB
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100 Twister in the Indian market to attract the 100 cc
buyers who want the refinement of a Honda and the International styling as well.
The Twister series comes with powerful engines of 250cc and 300cc. In India it has only been launched with a 110cc mill. The high capacity Twister series bikes are operating very well in the Brazilian market.
You can see the images of the international CB series of bikes as below.
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?: