KTM paints India Orange

Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Ahmedabad and Chennai to host KTM Orange Days.

KTM has lined up Orange Days with Gymkhana races in select cities across India in days to come. Orange Days will visit Mumbai, Pune and Chennai, consisting of a race held around a short track surface. There will be Gymkhana races at Ahmedabad and Nagpur, based on fastest timings. Ahmedabad will host a Gymkhana race on November 24, 2012, Chennai on November 25, while KTM heads to Nagpur on December 2 for a Gymkhana race there. December 9 and 16 are the tentative dates for second Orange days at Pune and Mumbai.

KTM aims to begin its events at 7:30am, finishing by 1:00pm. The Orange Days will see up to about 60 KTM 200 Duke owners battling it out on track for top spots.   

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Issue: 184 | Autocar India: December 2014

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