Bike Racing 101 - Guide to kickstart a bike racing career in the latest issue of Motor Sport India magazine
This month we share a step-by-step guide for making a career in professional bike racing along with a slew of interesting motorsport stories from India and around the globe
The latest issue of Motor Sport India magazine gives you all the insight needed on making a career in professional bike racing. Our Bike Racing 101 section is a step-by-step guide to fuel your passion for racing on two wheels, with the best two-wheel racing and rallying talent sharing their experiences and views.
There is a lot more in the latest issue of Motorsport India Magazine.
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Bike Racing 101:
A comprehensive guide to starting your career in high-octane motorcycle racing, made up of a collection of the most relevant stories. Right from getting your FMSCI competition license to scoring a saddle in a full-fledged factory team – It’s all in there!
Red Bull Road to Rookies:
The goal is to give young talent a chance to showcase their track racing skills. Winner scores a seat in the Red Bull MotoGP Rookie Cup qualifiers.
One of only two Indians in Formula 1 and the only one to race Le Mans. Karun Chandhok talks about his journey from racing saloon cars in Chennai to having the National Anthem played at a Formula 1 weekend and now working the microphone in the F1 pitlane.
Race Concepts Honda City i-VTEC:
Built to be bulletproof by the Race Concepts tuning house for the Indian National Rally Championship round two in Coimbatore
WRC Rally Turkey:
The JK Tyre Motorsport backed team of Gaurav Gill and Glenn MacNeall take on the Turkish terrain in a brand new MSport Ford Fiesta R5.
The wrath of the weather Gods made the Coimbatore rally ever-so-challenging, with drivers finding it hard to charge through the stages.
Idemitsu Honda Ten10 Racing’s Sarath Kumar takes home the 2019 INMRC title beating his teammate Rajiv Sethu and TVS Racing’s Jagan Kumar
Rally of Jaypore:
Action from a super tricky TSD rally held in Jaipur, Rajasthan – Organised by Thar Motorsport.
The highly competitive Ameo Class Championship comes to an end after tons of neck and neck battles between the top upcoming talent in the country.