CEAT Indian Supercross Racing League to spearhead Rs 150 crore investment in 3 years
This initiative comes on the heels of the recent success of Bharat MotoGP.
The CEAT Indian Supercross Racing League (ISRL) has unveiled an ambitious investment plan of nearly INR 150 crores over the next three years. This substantial financial commitment would go towards creating racing infrastructure, grassroots development and ensuring that events across India are held in the next 3 years.
The league will also invest heavily in taking the league to the masses. This initiative
comes on the heels of the recent success of Bharat MotoGP.
Veer Patel, Co-founder and Director, Supercross India said, "Our commitment extends far beyond the racetrack; its a mission to catapult Supercross racing in India onto the global stage, redefining it as an unparalleled phenomenon. Riders and fans from every corner of the world will pave new standards of excellence. This substantial investment reaffirms our unwavering resolve to provide young Indian talents with an unmatched international platform to display their extraordinary skills."
Eeshan Lokhande, Co-founder and Director, Supercross India
added, "The CEAT ISRL is a revolutionary force that is poised to elevate Supercross racing in India to the global stage. Our vision is to not only showcase this thrilling and adrenaline-pumping sport within our borders but also to position India as a leading destination for international motorsports enthusiasts."
" This investment marks the beginning of an exciting journey, and we invite everyone to join us on this thrilling adventure. The immense potential of motorsports in India remains steadfast, which is why we've taken a thoughtful step to reschedule the league by one month to avoid overlap with World Cup. This strategic shift ensures that our event enjoys the full and undivided attention it truly merits."
The first season of the league will have races at different venues,
and the league plans to expand to 6 venues next year in season two.
Rider registrations are open, and currently, 75 riders have already registered,
forming a pool from which teams will be created. The league shall have 6-8 teams
for its inaugural season and aims to increase the number to 8-10 teams in coming
The inaugural season of the CEAT Indian Supercross Racing League will feature four exciting racing categories: 450cc international riders only, 250cc international riders only, 250cc India-Asia mix, and 85cc junior class.
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