RACR riding school to be held on May 26, 27

    The RACR riding school includes three levels of coaching as well as open track day sessions.

    Published On Apr 18, 2023 11:03:00 AM

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    Rajini Krishnan’s RACR riding school to be held on May 26, 27.
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    Eleven-time national champion Rajini Krishnan and his team of coaches will hold the next edition of the FMSCI-affiliated Rajini Academy of Competitive Racing (RACR) riding school on May 26 and 27 at the Kari Motor Speedway in Coimbatore.

    RACR offers three levels of coaching, based on the experience that riders bring to the table. Newcomers will have to opt for the two-day Level 1 and 2 training packages. Those who have completed this previously and want a step up can opt for the Level 3 package. Common to all courses are theory sessions, followed by on-track sessions to put all you've learned into practice.

    If you register for just the Level 1 training package, it will cost you Rs 14,999. The price of the Level 1 and 2 training packages is Rs 27,999, while the Level 3 package will set you back by Rs 32,999. If you register earlier, the price for the Level 1 + 2 training programme drops to Rs 26,999 while for Level 3 it drops to Rs 31,999.

    If you are a track day enthusiast who has already completed the three-level training programme and are just looking for some track time, there are open track day sessions to be held as well, priced at Rs 9,999 which drops to Rs 7,999, if you register earlier. 

    There are a limited number of race-prepped TVS Apache RTR motorcycles and gear available for rent. 

    For more details on the programme or to register, head to www.racr.in.

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