RACR riding and racing school to conduct two sessions in November

RACR riding and racing school to conduct two sessions in November

9th Oct 2020 6:34 pm

Run by India’s top bike racer Rajni Krishnan, the school will offer multiple levels of training.

The Rajini Academy of Competitive Racing (RACR) is back with its first couple of training sessions, following the lockdown.

  • Rajini Academy of Competitive Racing to host two sessions in November
  • November 5-8, at the Kari Motor Speedway in Coimbatore
  • November 28-29, at the Buddh International Circuit

With COVID-19-related restrictions now easing in India, venues like the Buddh International Circuit and Madras Motor Race Track have opened their doors for testing sessions and track days. The RACR now joins the list and has confirmed that it will be conducting two sessions in November. The first will be between November 5-8, at the Kari Motor Speedway in Coimbatore, and the second will be on November 28-29 at the Buddh International Circuit.

RACR Session Kari Motor Speedway (November 5-8)

Each session will offer three levels of training, with each higher level becoming more race-oriented.The session at the Kari Motor Speedway will include Level 1, 2, and 3 for a price of Rs 35,999 (over four days). Participants also have the option of just attending Level 1 and 2 for Rs 17,999 (over two days). The school is open to all riders above the age of 11 and to all bikes above 150cc.

RACR Session Buddh International Circuit (November 28-29)

At the Buddh International Circuit (BIC), participants have the option to choose between Level 1, 2 and 3 training for Rs 39,999 or an open session track day for Rs 31,999 (both over a duration of two days). Again, riders above the age of 11 can participate, but considering that the BIC is a much larger track, your bike must displace at least 200cc.

The academy also has a select number of bikes and riding gear to choose from, should you find yourself in need of either.

For those of you that are curious about what happens at a training session with the Rajini Academy of Competitive Racing, head here to read about what our experience was like.

The instructors include Rajini Krishnan himself, Jagan Kumar, Sarath Kumar, Deepak Ravikumar, Vishwa Dev and Amy Van - all multiple time national champions.

For more information, you can head to the RACR website, or their official Instagram page.

 

All prices mentioned are exclusive of GST.

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