BigRock Motorsport leads the Ceat Indian Supercross Racing League with podiums in all categories
The Ceat Indian Supercross Racing League is the world’s first franchise-based Supercross league and brings international riders to compete in India. The first round that was held at Balewadi stadium, in Pune ended with BigRock Motorsport leading in all categories – 450cc international, 250cc international and 250cc India-Asia mix. The event’s live broadcast partners are JioCinema and Sports18. The event also features a pit-area for spectators and fans to interact with the riders.
Ceat Indian Supercross Racing League 450cc international results
Jordi Tixier of BB racing riding the Honda secured first place in the 450cc international category scoring 40 points. The second place was taken by Matt Moss of BigRock Motorsports riding the Kawasaki and the third podium was taken by Cedric Soubeyras of BigRock Motorsports too. The total addition of points for BigRock Motorsports in this category is 64 points.
Ceat Indian Supercross Racing League 250cc international results
Reid Taylor of BigRock Motorsports riding the Kawasaki takes the first podium, Hugo Manzato of Speed Racers riding the KTM takes the second podium and Julien Lebeau of Mohite’s Racing Team riding the Yamaha takes the third podium.
Ceat Indian Supercross Racing League 250cc India-Asia mix results
Thanarat Penjan of BigRock Motorsport riding the Kawasaki takes the first podium, Athison Ruadero of BB Racing riding the Honda takes the second podium and Ben Hallgren of Mohite’s Racing Team riding the Yamaha takes the third podium.
Ceat Indian Supercross Racing League team standings
BigRock Motorsport currently stands at rank one with 213 points and has a 60-point lead over BB Motorsports, which stands second at 153 points. Mohite’s Racing Team is at 145 points, SG Speed Racers is at 132 points, Gujarat Trailblazers is at 114 points and Reise Motorsports is at 101 points.
Commenting on the successful completion of the first round, Veer Patel, co-founder and director of the Ceat ISRL says, “We are overwhelmed by the response we received from the Pune crowd and enthusiasm was unbeatable. The Ceat ISRL, will establish India as the focal point for Supercross for the world.”
For the first round, the 85-cc category was only a demo and whether or not races would happen on the second and third rounds. The round two of this event is on Feb 11 at Ahmedabad and round three is on Feb 25 at Delhi. The founders expect 35,000 spectators for the final event at the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium, in Delhi.