RACR introduces MiniGP, pocket bike training programme

    The minimum enrolment age is five years and the training programme will be conducted at go-kart circuits across India.

    Published On May 04, 2022 02:40:00 PM


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    Ten-time National Racing Champion Rajni Krishnan and his team of coaches at the RACR riding school have announced a new MiniGP/pocket bike training program. The minimum age for enrolment for those interested is five years.

    This one of its kind training programme  will be conducted at Go-Kart circuits across the country. Young racers will get a chance to ride pocketbikes and the famous Mini-GP bikes made by Ohvale. Notably, most upcoming international motorcycle racers as well as established racers and champions such as Fabio Quartararo and Valentino Rossi train on an Ohvale. We recently got an exclusive ride on the Ohvale in India, so make sure you pick up the May 2022 issue of Autocar India to read about it.  

    Some of the areas that the kids will be trained in include race discipline as well as on and off road know-how. RACR says the purpose of the programme is to shape riders for a future in professional motorcycle racing. It will also facilitate a gateway for kids to get into the Mini-GP world championships as well as Indian and International motorcycle racing championships, it added. 

    Those interested in enrolling for the programme can send an email to info@racr.in or whatsapp on 9514600067. For more information one can also visit racr.in

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