RACR riding school to be held on May 17,18

    Open for riders aged 11 and above; offers three different levels of coaching plus an open track day.

    Published On Feb 26, 2024 01:26:00 PM


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    Rajni Krishnan and his team of coaches will host the upcoming RACR riding school on May 17 and 18 at the Madras International Circuit in Chennai. There will be three levels of coaching as well as an open track day, with an early bird discount on both.

    1. RACR riding school is FMSCI approved
    2. Early bird discount of Rs 1,000 across all programmes 
    3. Limited motorcycles and riding gear available on rent

    The different coaching levels on offer involves a step-by-step approach to enhance one’s riding skill. First-time attendees should select level 1/2, which are combined into a two-day package and priced at Rs 27,999. For those who have previously completed these levels, the two-day level 3 package is available at Rs 32,999. Click here to read our experience at RACR Level 3.

    All the above mentioned levels are inclusive of classroom theory sessions, on-track practice sessions and lunch for two days.

    Meanwhile, for skilled riders looking to ride on track without any guidance, an open track day is available on the same dates for Rs 9,999. Early bird discounts of Rs 1,000 are available on all three levels of coaching and the open track day session are also available.

    In addition to the riding programme provided by RACR riding school, it is important to note that this event is approved by the Federation of Motor Sports Club of India (FMSCI). The approval ensures that the riding school meets the standards and safety regulations set by the governing body. A training certificate from an FMSCI-approved riding school is also a must for those who wish to go racing. 

    A limited number of motorcycles and riding gear will be available on rent. For more details on the programme or to register, head to www.racr.in.

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