Honda Ten 10 Racing webinar for aspiring racers

    The hour-long session will be held on September 16 from 11 am.

    Published On Sep 13, 2017 06:00:00 AM


    Ten 10 Racing has been at the forefront of motorcycle racing in India for a while now and was even responsible for the first Indian, Sarath Kumar, to participate in the 125cc Grand Prix World Championship.

    For a while now, Honda 2 Wheelers India and Ten 10 Racing have worked together to run a team in the Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship as well as conduct a training academy to develop upcoming motorcycle racing talent in the country. The academy offers basic, intermediate and expert level courses which cover everything from the basics of riding on the track to advanced racing techniques.

    As part of their efforts to get more motorcyclists interested in racing, the Honda Ten 10 Racing is conducting a webinar (online seminar) to bring young riders up to speed about what a career in motorsport in India involves. The topics will range from the different racing platforms available at this moment, what basics need to be in place before pursuing motorsport, the risks involved and safety guidelines to follow, what the career opportunities are and how sponsorships can finance such a career. The webinar will also address how the Honda Ten 10 Racing Academy can help young riders to kick off their racing aspirations in India.

    The webinar will be hosted by Ramji Govindrajan, who has groomed world-class motorcycle racing talent from India including Sarath Kumar. 

    Those interested in participating can register on Honda Ten 10 Racing's website at no cost and be part of the webinar which will be held on September 16, 2017, from 11am to 12pm.

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