RACR riding school to be held from July 22-25

    The session will include three levels of training as well as open track day sessions.

    Published On Jun 22, 2021 02:40:00 PM


    RACR riding school to be held from July 22-25

    Rajini Krishnan, a nine-time national champion, and his colleagues will conduct the Rajini Academy of Competitive Racing (RACR) school from July 22 to 25 at the Kari Motor Speedway.

    • Open to all riders aged 11 and above
    • Personal bikes 200cc or above allowed
    • Limited bikes and riding gear available on rent

    RACR riding school: dates

    As our country begins to recover from the second wave of COVID-19, normal operations are resuming. This includes Rajini Krishnan’s RACR riding school, which is all set to hold a four-day session in Coimbatore next month. From July 22-25, Rajini Krishnan and his colleagues will conduct Level 1 to Level 3 training sessions.

    RACR riding school: instructors

    The colleagues in question form a star-studded line-up, featuring national champions Jagan Kumar, Sarath Kumar, Deepak Ravikumar, Vishwa Dev and Amy Van, as well as classroom instructor Navneet Muralidhara.

    RACR riding school: cost

    You could opt for just two days, and complete levels 1 and 2, for a cost of Rs 18,499, or go for all four days and three levels at a cost of Rs 34,999. The school is open to all riders aged 11 and above, and all bikes 200cc and above. If you don’t have a bike, RACR has a limited number of motorcycles and riding gear available for rent.

    If you’ve already completed the school before and just want to practice your drills in a safe and controlled environment, RACR is also offering track day sessions at a cost of Rs 5,500 per day. Those opting for this will be able to circulate the track at times when school students are not on it. All prices mentioned here are exclusive of GST.

    Those interested in signing up for the school can head over to the RACR website or Instagram page. And if you’re unsure about what exactly the school entails, we’ve had the chance to try it out and you can read about our experience here.



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