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**Guys I am not sure if there was already a tread to discuss motor racing in India, but if there is, feel free to delete this tread.**

I love car racing, so I figured I would create a thread that would discuss auto racing of India. To get the ball rolling, I did some research online and found the following:

Maruti Suzuki Desert Storm

The Maruti Suzuki Desert Storm is a six day rally in and around Rajasthan. The rally is a mixture of thrill adventure and excitement. The competitive part of the rally includes a drive through the rough, rocky and sandy desert of Rajasthan. Desert Storm thoroughly tests the skills of the drivers and ruggedness of their cars and the bikes. The rally is meant to cover the most scenic and picturesque remote areas of Rajasthan. Heritage properties at Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Khimser & Jaipur serve as night halts. This rally attracts enthusiasts from all over the country. The event was held on the 12th of February this year in Udaipur.

TVS Racing

Two wheeler giants TVS Motors are the pioneers of the TVS Racing in India. It began way back in 1984 in India with a 50 cc moped launched by Sundaram Clayton Limited (A TVS Group Company) and there has been no looking back since then. The racing sport was established with the objective of improving the performance of its bikes. People from all parts of India participate in this race specially biking enthusiasts who are adventurous and daring. The TVS Racing was held in February this year.

MRF Racing

MRF became the pioneer of motor racing in India with the introduction of the MRF International Challenge Racing Championship. This motor sport was introduced in India in 2007. The MRF International Challenge Racing Championship is the most prestigious motor racing sport in India involving two and three wheelers. The racing sport in India is also known as the festival of speed. The 2010 MRF Motor racing began on 31 January which included three rounds of racing. The three rounds were Formula 1600, Super Saloons and the two wheeler classes with a total prize money worth of Rs 30 lakhs.

Polo Cup

The best motorsport for all enthusiasts is the Volkswagen Polo Cup. Since Volkswagen has set up a manufacturing unit in India and is all set to roll out its new Polo in India along with it the company has announced the beginning of the prestigious Polo Cup in India in 2010. The event will not only establish the name of motor giants Volkswagen in India but it will also raise the bar of competitiveness for motorsports in India. The Polo Cup this year is scheduled for commencement from the 19th of June .the event will include six races in totality, one race being held every month till December 2010.

JK Tyre Racing

JK Industries is the flagship company of JK Tyres has closely been associated with the world of motorsports. It was about two decades ago that JK Tyres realized the potential for motorsports in India which would be beneficial for them and the youth of the country as well. The JK Tyre Racing is scheduled to begin on the 29th of June in Coimbatore.
http://automobiles.mapsofindia.com/auto-shows/auto-events-in-india.html

Now that F1 is coming to India next year, this would probably be a good time to discuss various Motorsports, that are either going on or in the pipeline. Personally, I like GT and F1 races. But you can post any type of racing in this thread as long as the vehicles has a motor.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9SnfCmnVeA&feature=related

Polo Cup: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=im5fQB2W2d8

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India to host FIA Gala and key meetings next year

Date 2010-12-16
By Motorsport.com/GMM


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Next year's Formula One world champion will be officially crowned in New Delhi.

Indian reports reveal that the next end-of-season FIA Gala event, traditionally held in Monte Carlo, is scheduled to take place in the capital -- a first for Asia.

The news was confirmed by the Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI), after its chairman and Force India boss Vijay Mallya made a presentation at the recent World Motor Sport Council meeting.

New Delhi is also scheduled to host its inaugural Grand Prix next year, in late October, and a MotoGP event is also on the cards.

Also to take place in New Delhi at the time of the FIA Gala are the World Motor Sport Council meeting and the governing body's Annual General Meeting.

"It is a clear indication that India is now well and truly on the world map even in the motor sport world," said FMSCI president K D Madan.
http://www.motorsport.com/news/article.asp?ID=396488&FS=F1 :cheers:
 

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Indian National Rally Championship 2010: A Look Back
WEDNESDAY, 12 JANUARY 2011 22:08 DR. BALAKRISHNA JAYASIMHA
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Indian Motorsport update: iSporter Dr. Balakrishna Jayasimha takes a look back at the 2010 Indian National Rally Championship titles that were won by Red Rooster Racing.




The FMSCI Indian National Rally Championship (INRC) pits cars and drivers in a series of three-day events against some of the toughest, and most varied, conditions in the country over surfaces ranging from smooth tarmac to boulder-strewn rocky tracks.

The INRC is now firmly established as the only premier Championship in Indian Rallying. The quality of events and the level of competition continue to grow from strength to strength. Top drivers from across the country battle it out through the season to be crowned the 'Indian National Rally Champion' and the INRC circuit has produced winning drivers in the APRC (Asia-Pacific Rally Championship) and in the Production - World Rally Championship (P-WRC). It may come as no surprise if an Indian is soon seen on the World Rally Championship (WRC) stage, a la F1 in racing.

Established in its current format in 1999, in 2010 drivers and manufacturers battled it out for the annual drivers' and manufacturers' championship trophies from a total of 5 rallies across India. The INRC is promoted by IMG SPORTS/PSP and sponsored by SPEED from Bharat Petroleum.

The opening round at Nashik saw Speed devil Gaurav Gill and co-driver Musa Sheriff begin with a bang and put Team MRF on the top winning the event. Red Rooster racing's Vikram Mathias, the last year's winner here, was in second place in his Mitsubishi Cedia with co-driver PVS Murthy. Kolkata's Amittrajit Ghosh and Ashwin Naik also of Team Red Rooster Racing took the third place on the podium in the inaugural event.

In the 2000cc N category, Girijashankar Joshy and co-driver Chandramouli won the first title of the season for Team Ovion in its debut rally. Teammates Sujay Suresh and Varun Sathyanarayan made it a one-two for the team while Sirish Chandran and Nikhil Pai of Overdrive came in third. Rahul Kantharaj with Vivek Bhat in the 1600cc notched up an authoritative win over Shailender Hegde, co-driver Shiraz Ahmed.



Dr Bikku Babu and co-driver Gerorge Varghese of Kerala won the 1400cc class while Byram Godrej co-driver, Anjay Kapadia came second. The pair of Monish and Jeeva took third place.

Amrinder Brar and co-driver Himanshu Pareek put paid to the hopes of Sachin Singh/Adhiraj Bhardan pair in the Gypsy class while Shakti Bajaj and Dharmesh finished third.

In the Rally Star Cup category, the Mysore pair of Phalguna V Urs and Anoop Kumar made sure of their first title of the season edging out the Coimbatore pair of Venkatapathy M.R./Santosh Kumar.

In the 2nd round at Coimbatore, veteran war-horse and local pride Naren Kumar of Red Rooster Racing won with controlled aggression. With Ram Kumar navigating in the Mitsubishi Lancer Cedia, the duo turned the tide for Red Rooster Racing with a facile win. Teammates Vikram Mathias and co-driver PV Srinivas Murthy finished second, ahead of Team MRF's Arjun Balu, co-driver Sujith Kumar BS. MRF's Gaurav Gill crashed out in the first leg, but came back in the second leg gunning for the leg points in vain.

Team Ovion Racing's Sujay Suresh and co-driver Bharath SM in a Mitsubishi Lancer Cedia turned the tables on their team mates and won the 2000cc N category. Vikram Devadasan co-driver Shivaprakash, finished second ahead of Chethan Shivaram and Roopesh Kholay.

In 1600cc N category, Shailendar Hegde (Sheraz Ahmed) brought home their Maruthi Baleno to victory. Dr Bikku Babu and co-driver Bonnie Thomas won the 1400cc class while Phalguna Urs co-driver Anoop Kumar took home the Rally Star Cup.

The Army Adventure Club duo of Maj Amrinder Brar and Himanshu Pareek pushed back Shakti Bajaj, co-driver Dharmesh Singh to the second place and won the Gypsy class comfortably.



The 3rd round at Jodhpur, saw come-back king Naren Kumar, keep his cool for his second successive victory to firmly entrench Team Red Rooster Racing on top of the leader board for manufacturers. Teammate Vikram Mathias finished 2nd.

Rahul Kantharajj and Vivek Bhatt pipped arch rivals Shailendar Hegde and Sheeraz and took the honours in the 1600cc class. The Kerala pair of Dr Bikku Babu and Bonnie Thomas won the 1400cc class and finished overall 8th ahead of all 1600cc cars. Byram Godrey and Anjay Kapadia were second in 1400cc category.

Venkatapathy MR and Santosh Kumar won the Rally Star Cup while Maj Amrinder Brar and Lt.Col Himanshu Parek from the Army Adventure Wing came out triumphant in the Gypsy class.

Bangalore was host to the 4th round with the legendary K1000 rally where, team MRF made a stunning comeback with Arjun Rao Aroor, co-driver Satish K Rajagopal making sure of the title and in the process opened up possibilities of making himself a contender for the Championship for 2010.

Arjun Aroor was faster than teammate Lohit Urs, co-driver Srikanth Gowda who gained some time with a blazing run in the last stage but could only finish in the second place. Defending champion Gaurav Gill, co-driver Musa Sherif who failed to finish leg-1 managed to garner three leg points in the 2nd leg to keep their battle for the championship alive.

Bangalore brothers Balaram and Raghuram in the 1400 cc finished a creditable third overall, followed by Ratan Gangadhar and Nikunj, who were second in the 1400 cc class. The Army teams of Amrinder Brar, co-driver Himanshu, Shakti Bajaj, co-driver Dharmesh Sinha finished 1-2 in the Gypsy class ahead of Harpreet and Hardvinder in third.

In the final round, Gaurav Gill of Team MRF overcame the jinx of 2010 on his favourite tarmac surface to comfortably win the Misty Meadows Rally of Kerala, while Naren Kumar of Red Rooster Racing despite finishing third took the title as the INRC came to a close in the winding ghat roads of the mountains of Sahyadri.

With this win Naren Kumar added 8 points to his 30 to take the championship with 38 points. Vikram Mathias (PVS Murthy) kept their second position overall with 33 points. Gaurav Gill co-driver Musa Sherif earned 15 points to third place in the standings with 31 points. Amittrajit Ghosh (Ashwin Naik) and Arjun Rao Aroor (Srikanth Gowda) with 29 and 26 points respectively took the 4th and the 5th place.

In the 2000N category, Ovion Racing's Chikmagalur-Bangalore pair of Girijashankar Joshy and Chndramouli M showed controlled aggression to climb to the top, while staunch rivals Sujay Suresh and co-driver Bharath SM, topped the Championship Standings. Sirish Chandran (Nikhil Pai) of team Overdrive was third.

In the 1600cc class, Bangalore pair of Rahul Kantharaj and co-driver Vivek Y Bhat won the Rally ahead of Shailendra Hegde, Ranjit Gopinath and Suresh Babu finished third. Thus, Rahul and Vivek took a narrow victory in the Championship with 45 points.

In the 1400 cc class, with local stars Dr Bikku Babu, co-driver Vinod Gowda and Bonnie Thomas, co-driver Jeevarathinam out of the rally, Byram Godrej, co-driver Anjay Kapadia edged out Bangalore brothers Balram and Raghuram to take the top honours. Anirudha Ranganathan and Halley Prabhakar finished third.

The formidable Army teams in the Gypsy class, Amrinder Brar (co-driver Nilesh) sealed the issue with a comfortable win and won the championship in the Gypsy class. Shakti Bajaj and Dharmesh were second.

Venkatapathy MR with co-driver Santosh Kumar won the the Rally Star Cup over Championship winners Phalguna Urs and Anoop Kumar who finished second here. Harikesav N and Somayya finished third.

With a Championship fought so closely right till the end, can't wait but for the start of the 2011 season, so keep watching this space folks!
http://www.isport.in/motorsports-specials/indian-national-rally-championship-2010-a-look-back-2172
 

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heres a post i posted on team bhp last year(and maybe on ssci, i cant remember) to celebrate tata buying jaguar.

this aint a jag but was william lyons inspiration.(despite being overshadowed by them evil but v smart germans; rear engined auto unions-audi- and mercs....)
the incredable ERA.This 1935 example has 350bhp and weighs under a ton .It hits the qtr mile in 12 secs. thats as fast as todays supercars




the mighty ERA inspired the racing SS 100.Although quick on the road it was never deloped for the track and little competition success



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Jaguars stated mission was to build world beating cars affordable by the common man.This was epitomised by the E Type which was as quick as, but a 3rd of the price of , the Ferraris of the day , at its launch at Geneva in '61. We know that Jags have struggled since nationalisation, its reliance on the US car market,and the fact that The Germans have learnt to do it better.
But hey, never mind over the years its held its own on the track, where its engineering excellence has always been in evidence.

Heres some of Jaguars competion cars.
C Type . Le mans winners 1951 & 53.
Based on the first & fastest (timed at Jabbeke at 172 mph in 1954. Sos , cant find a pic anywhere...)
sports car in the world after the war, the XK 120.
These cars have , on paper, the same sort of performance as an Nissan 350Z. Much quicker on the track though



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D Type. THE iconic 50's prototype. Le Mans winners 1955/56/57.
On paper as quick as the fastest 2008 porsche road car.Again much quicker on the track.These 50's racers were good for 190mph mph were often driven to & back from the tracks in Europe. The road versions were completely destroyed at a fire at the factory in 1957, but the 'XK SS' as it was known hit sixty mph in 4.2 secs.Thats in 1957! That type of performance wasnt available on the road(exept for the one & only AC Cobra in 1964) till way into the 1980's
The Jag 'XK' engine was used in many specialist racing bodies, with great success and was still in production till the 1970's in the luxury salloon the XJ 6.



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Lightwieght E Type. 4th LeMans 1964.
Based on the iconic road car, the alloy bodied Lightweights, although quick , were always beaten by Maranellos finest, the 250 GTO.



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XJ 13.
The one that never was...Mid engined 500hp plus.1966
Crashed in testing after breaking the world speed (not land speed)curcuit record.(ave speed 161mph) in 1966.Had it been developed it may have provided a challenge to the Ford GT 40 hegemony



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V12 E Type.
The V12 E Type was the first full production V12 road car,The smoothest engine in the world at the time, it went into the XJ 12 which was the template for all the fast (140mph) luxury cars from Germany that followed.
The 12 cylinder E Type was never developed for the track but in private hands,trounced all the competition in The US sports car series in 1970's, driven & prepeared by the great Bob Tullius's 'Group 44'



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The Group 44 XJ S carried on where the E Type left off in The States.



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The TWR prepared XJ S's below also won the European touring car series several years running in the '80's



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XJ 12 C
Though the quickest racing saloon car of its era, BMW's reliability ment that the broadspeed 'coupe' won races but never the championship.



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XJR 9. Won Le Mans 1986 & 88. (i think)
Production based engines: up to 900 Bhp,turbo V6 or non turbo V 12. Broke Porsches dominance of sports car racing since the fantastic 917 of 1971 & the unbeatable till then, 936/956 in the 80's (possably THE most iconic prototype racer of all time)
The group C racers pictured below were almost as quick as the F1 cars of the day, lapping Silverstone(for example) only 10 secs a lap slower than todays F1 cars. Not bad for cars designed to run at race pace for 24hrs.
Group C Turbo era cars were outlawed by Berni 'The bastard' Ecclestone as it took away the prestige from F1. Sportscar racing has never fully recovered.
'Works' teams from Jag , Porsche & Mercedes were all racing in the top classes then. A certain m shumacher cut his teeth at Le mans for mercedes...Group 'c' is still thought of as the modern 'golden era ' of prototype racing



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Based on the above Le Mans winners the XJR 15 road car had its own race series, where the F1 drivers of the day drove them against each other.Only about half the cars survived the season.
As a road car it was apperently almost undrivable...



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XJ220 C.
The competition version of the supercar.
Until the Mclaren F1 , the '220' was the fastest road car in the world.(218 mph) Again never developed for the track , in private hands finished 12th at le Mans in 1992 (..?..)The previous year they won their class at the 24 hrs, but were disqualified on a technicality.



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Behind is a the ultimate Rob Beere racing prepared E Type 'on steroids', 750bhp V12 campaigned in the UK intermarque series.(Kind of a local classic GT1) till it was taken out a Porsche in a crash a couple of years ago..(Robs still looking for funds to restart the project)
Chasing them is the car recognised as the worlds fastest Porsche 911, Richard Chamberlains highly modded example, much quicker then the current FIA spec 911's.These 3 cars were the leaders in the 'big n brutal' 400+bhp p/ton class in Intermarque.



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Jag V 12 engined Lister Storm.
Won 2 FIA GT1 titles.
Raced against the Vipers, & 550 maranellos in international GT 1 Series, till about 4 years ago



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The latest GT3 supercharged XK R.
Under the new FIA GT 3 regs this may turn out to be a competitive car .



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Just a few bits of Jags competition history. (folk may wonder why I didnt include the Jag F1 team.As far as i know it was a team bought by Ford but branded Jaguar.It had nothing to do with Jag engineering...)
The marque has been campained succsesfully since the 1930's & in some ways has the most consistant sports racing history over the decades .(other cars have dominated eras (eg :ferrari then Ford in the 60's , porsche in the 70's & 80's Audi lately)


Lets hope it continues under the new ownership, & maybe an exhibiton race,now that tata has access to the jaguar motorsport museum, at the Indian F1 event ?


so to the end.



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the above xjr 5 campaigned in the '80's by group 44 in IMSA. Won the series 2 years running i think.

the yanks think this is the most beautiful race car ever...



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but I reckon the above ferrari p4 is.
Astheaticaly,not only is ot fantastic to watch and hear but it symbolises something very special to all motor sport fans.
in 1966 enzo ferrari rejected the ford corporations offer of a buy out.
In retaliation Ford set out to destroy ferraris racing dominance and came up with the GT 40.
However in response Ferrari made the p4 and in '67 took it to the U S daytona 24hrs and came home 1st 2nd and 3rd rubbing Henry Fords nose in the dirt.
Howvever at Le Mans that year Ford trriumphed, the P4 not lasting the distance
the following year the rules changed - favouring larger manufactures with a minimum of 25 cars needing to be made - and the p4 was outlawed paving way for Ford GT 40 dominance at Le Mans till 1970.
The 5 remaining P4's are forever the symbol of the underdog.

Hope this has been entertaining
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SARATH KUMAR RACES AT THE TOP!

Cross-posting from Chennai sports thread. Courtesy: ceeznic pirate

SARATH KUMAR RACES AT THE TOP!

The first Indian on a MotoGP grid also became the first Indian to race at the top, after qualifying for the recently concluded Portuguese Grand Prix at Estoril


Within three races, the shining beacon of India at the top level of motorcycle racing showed his class. Sarath Kumar, the 20 year old youngster from Chennai managed to qualify at the 125cc Grand Prix of Portugal at the Estoril circuit, and created history after becoming the first Indian ever to race at the top level of international motorcycle grand prix road racing.
While Sarath had made his debut a few months back at the 2011 season opening race at Qatar, he had not managed to qualify yet owing to the 107% rule, where riders who cannot clock a time within a certain limit to the fastest rider cannot appear for the race. At Estoril however, Sarath was given a spot on the grid to start the race from 30th place. After riding a tough race and even being lapped by the faster riders, he managed to finish in an encouraging 24th position.
While that may not sound like much, it must be remembered that Sarath's essential racing exposure until now has been restricted at local-level racing in India. The proud Chennai lad began the race with a placard saying 'Namaste India' - here's sending a big namaste back to him, and wishing him luck in his debut season!



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Hi, how prepares the Indian people for the Formula 1 race this year? I imagine that will make some sort of inaugural ceremony for the first race in your territory.

Grettings and thanks!
 

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Force India F1 Team Academy announces Wild Card Entry Round Winners.

Jehan Daruvala (13) and Parth Ghorpade (17) clinched the Wild Card Entries in the 12-14 and 17-19 age groups respectively



On the pedal since April 2011, the first of its kind “One From A Billion Hunt” motorsport competition in India has now completed its seven selection rounds pan India. However, due to continued requests from interested candidates to extend the age groups eligible for the competition, the Academy made way for two Wild Card Entries, for which a separate race was conducted.



With 98 racers across the country already in place for the National Finals, the Wild Card Entry race was a golden opportunity for exceptional and acutely talented racers, who were initially not eligible for participation in the tournament to outclass the competition and power their way through to the grand national finals.



And as expected, it was two of the country’s most prolific racers, 13 year-old Jehan Daruvala and 17-year old Parth Ghorpade who were the proud winners of the Wild Card Entry Round held in Hyderabad from the 4th to 7th August 2011.



Both Jehan and Parth are no ordinary racers and their triumph in this ‘trump card’ selection round comes as no particular surprise. Jehan, who hails from Mumbai was recently chosen by the FMSCI for the CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy based on his outstanding performance in the 2011 JK-Tyre Rotax Max National Karting Championship.



Parth Ghorpade, on the other hand in one of the country’s most celebrated racing car drivers, with a number of National Karting Championships under his belt. He is currently racing in the Renault F4 Championship in Europe.



These two young Formula One enthusiasts from Mumbai and Kolhapur have now qualified for the National Finals of the One From A Billion hunt along with the 98 other participants from the 7 city regional trials.



Commenting on the announcement, Dr. Vijay Mallya, Chairman & Team Principal, Force India Formula One Team said, “I would like to congratulate Jehan and Parth, the winners of the wild card round of the One From A Billion Hunt on their splendid victory as they go on to join the 98 other finalists for the national finals. I wish them the very best in the national finals.”



The national finals of the Force India ‘One From A Billion’ hunt will commence in September this year, those who win a place amongst the 10 finalists will then move on to the next level of the programme.
 

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Indian Grand Prix timetable announced.

NEW DELHI: The Federation Internationale de l'Automobile ( FIA) announced the timetable for the inaugural Airtel Indian Grand Prix in the October 28 to 30 weekend.

Fans will get the first taste of F1 in India on October 28 with the first practice session scheduled for 10 am at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida.

It will be followed by a second practice session from 2 pm to 3.30 pm. JK Racing Asia Series and Delhi Championship with MRF will be the two support races for the Indian GP, according to schedule posted on F1's official website.

The all-important qualifying will begin at 2 pm on October 29, which will be preceded by the one-hour long third practice session from 11 am. The race will be flagged off at 3pm on October 30.

Meanwhile, 20 MRF Formula 1600 cars were put through their paces at a shakedown session in Chennai on Thursday in preparation for the support race for the Indian GP. The support race, which offers $100,000 in prize money, will feature nine Indian drivers, besides 11 from Britain, Finland and France.

National Rally champion Gaurav Gill said, "It is amazing that we get to race in Delhi prior to the F1 race. The level of competition seems high and it will be good matching skill with these amazing talents from Britain and France."

Indian GP schedule:

Friday, October 28: JK Racing Asia Series (practice): 08:45-09:15; F1 first practice: 10:00-11:30; Delhi Championship with MRF (practice): 12:00-12:30; F1Paddock Club (pit lane walk) 12:35-13:45; F1 second practice: 14:00-15:30; F1 press conference: 16:00-17:00; Delhi Championship with MRF (qualifying): 16:00-16:30

Saturday, October 29: JK Racing Asia Series (Qualifying): 09:45-10:15; F1 Paddock Club (pit lane walk): 10:20-10:45; F1 third practice: 11:00-12:00; Delhi Championship with MRF 1st Race (10 Laps or 25 Mins): 12:25-12:55; F1 Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk: 13:00-13:45; F1 Qualifying: 14:00; JK Racing Asia Series 1st Race (10 Laps or 25 Mins): 15:30-16:00; F1 drivers autograph session: 16:30-18:00

Sunday, October 30: F1 Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk: 10:00-10:50; Delhi Championship with MRF 2nd Race (10 Laps or 25 Mins): 11:00-11:30; JK Racing Asia Series 2nd Race (10 Laps or 25 Mins): 12:00-12:30; F1 Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk: 12:35-14:15; F1 drivers' track parade: 13:30; F1 starting grid presentation: 13:40-14:15; National Anthem:14:46; F1 Race: 15:00
 

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Cross posting from Chennai sports thread....
Volkswagen Polo Cup and FMSCI National Racing Championship videos at Irungattukottai Race Track on 26th Aug 2012


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Volkswagen Polo Cup and FMSCI National Racing Championship videos at Irungattukottai Race Track on 26th Aug 2012


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