Indian Supercross Racing League finale moved to Bengaluru

    Delhi was originally scheduled to host the finale on February 25, but the venue has been changed due to the ongoing farmers’ protest.

    Published On Feb 15, 2024 03:41:00 PM


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    Bengaluru will host the Season One finale of the Ceat Indian Supercross Racing League (ISRL) later this month following a change in the calendar. Delhi was originally scheduled to host the finale, however, some stringent curbs have been enforced in the national capital due to the ongoing farmers’ protest.

    Organisers have issued a statement saying the event had to be relocated “due to unforeseen circumstances necessitating the implementation of some stringent resolutions by authorities, which could potentially create logistical challenges”.

    1. ISRL finale on February 25
    2. Bengaluru round opposite Dash Square, Airport Road, Chikkajala

    Indian Supercross Racing League Bengaluru dates

    The first two rounds of the Indian Supercross Racing League were held in Pune and Ahmedabad. Bengaluru will take over hosting duties on February 25, with the finale set to be held at Survey No. 95-110, Open Ground, opposite Dash Square, Airport Road, Chikkajala.

    "We acknowledge the anticipation surrounding the Season One finale, and we extend our apologies for any inconvenience caused by this adjustment. However, after careful consideration of various factors, including the prevailing circumstances, we believe that relocating the event to Bengaluru, which is considered the epitome of motorcycle events, will bolster the confidence of our partners and draw exceptional crowds. We are confident that the culminating event will offer an exhilarating Supercross racing experience to its fans,” said Veer Patel, director and co-founder of Supercross India Pvt. Ltd.

    Indian Supercross Racing League explained

    Six teams have signed up for the inaugural season, and these include some prominent names in the motorsport world – Arjuna award winner Gaurav Gill, CS Santosh and Dhruv Mohite – who are fielding their own teams. There are four categories – 450cc international, 250cc international, 250cc India/Asia mix and finally Junior 85cc.

    A total of 48 racers were selected after an auction process and the final grid features several renowned racers – nine-time Australian MX and SX champion Matt Moss and four-time South Africa Supercross Champion Anthony Raynard, to name a few. Honda, KTM and Kawasaki have provided the bikes for different teams.

    CS Santosh’s team BigRock Motorsports is currently in the overall lead with 401 points. Mohite Racing Team is second overall with 351 points and BB Racing stands third with 281 points.

    Also see:

    Indian Supercross Racing League: CS Santosh’s BigRock Motorsports leads after Round 1

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