While Rajini Krishnan won second place in Race 2 of the 2016 ZIC Superbike 1000cc, Pan Delta Super Racing Festival in China, motorcyclists in India can look forward to another track day organised by the Rajini Academy of Competitive Racing (RACR).
RACR will be conducting a two-day, rider training programme at the MMRT circuit in Chennai on July 29 and 30, 2016, that's open to all riders – from a commuter to a tourer to a racer, novice or expert – on any motorcycle or scooter over 100cc. The programme will cost participants Rs 26,000, inclusive of the training and refreshments. A limited number of TVS racing motorcycles and safety gear will be available for hire on a first-come, first-serve basis. However, riders are encouraged to bring their own motorcycles and safety gear.
The Chennai-based academy was founded by motorcycle racer Rajini Krishnan with an aim to train enthusiasts and experts across India in track-riding and more specifically, racing. For more information and to make registrations, log on to www.racr.in.