RACR riding and racing school at BIC on August 4-5
1st Aug 2018 3:00 pm
Run by Rajni Krishnan, India’s top racer, the school is open to riders above the age of 11.
After the previous session on July 15, 2018, RACR (Rajini Academy of Competitive Racing) is holding its next school at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida on August 4-5, 2018. The training session costs Rs 36,999 for two days; this includes refreshments and photographs. One can also opt for only one day of training at Rs 18,999 (both prices, excluding 18 percent GST).
The school will be open to everyone above the age of 11 with access to a motorcycle above 200cc. RACR has said that all participants must have some riding experience and that they do not train first-time riders. All participants are required to bring all their personal safety gear, including a full-leather suit, gloves, boots and helmet. RACR recommends DOT, ECE, Snell or JIS-certified helmets. The motorcycles being used are expected to be in a good condition (tyres, brakes and engine) to pass scrutiny and be allowed onto the track.
RACR is also offering an open track day for riders who do not wish to attend the school. Two days of track time, refreshments and photographs will cost Rs 29,999 (excluding 18 percent GST).
For more details about this event, head to the official RACR website.
You can also read about our experience attending this school some time ago.