Plans are afoot to deliver a spherical of the MotoGP and Formula-E World championships to India, and discussions on this entrance are in progress, based on Akbar Ebrahim, president, Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI).
In his keynote tackle on the FMSCI annual awards operate to honour all of the 2021 National champions, right here on Wednesday, Ebrahim additionally introduced that Chennai could be the venue for a spherical of the FIA World Rally Star (17-26 age group) in September, and to be organised by the Madras Motor Sports Club.
“We are additionally working in the direction of getting a spherical of MotoGP and the Formula-E to India. The Formula-E is prone to be held on a road circuit in Hyderabad. As regards the FIA Rally Star, it’s a gateway to kids focusing on the World Rally Championship.
National champions 2021 seen with Akbar Ebrahim, president, FMSCI. Standing: Aditya Singh Thakur, Virender Kashyap, Samuel Jacob, Shahan Ali Mohsin, Ruhaan Alva, Kyle Kumaran, Nikhilesh Raju and Aditya Suresh Kamat. Seated: Hemanth Muddappa, Rajini Krishnan, Vishnu Prasad
and Arjun Balu.
| Photo Credit: Special Arrangement
“Further, India has joined the FIM’s Road to MotoGP programme by way of the World MiniGP championship which is restricted to these within the 10-14 years age group.
“Dorna Sports, promoters of MotoGP, and Italian bike manufacturer Ohvale are actively involved in the programme. The first of the five rounds will be held in July this year. At the end of the Indian series, the top two riders will qualify for the World Finals in Spain,” Ebrahim stated.