Hone your skills with RACR at Buddh International Circuit

first_imgRACR was started by Rajini Krishnan, one of India’s most prolific professional motorcycle racers. He is the first Indian winner of an international road racing event, with his victory at the Malaysian Super Series -150 cc – 2006. Rajini is the current Malaysian Super Bike Champion (1000 cc -2015, open class).Rajini is actively involved in professional motorcycle racing here in India and overseas. It has been his dream to start a motorcycle riding and competitive racing training academy. The reason is twofold, to help riders develop their inherent potential and two, to be able to give back something to this sport that has made him what he is.The Rajini Academy of Competitive Racing (RACR) was formed in 2015. The vision of the academy is to help riders hone their skills, whether on the road, or blaze international tracks in the superbike category. RACR conducts rider’s school for all categories of riders; commuters, touring, riders who do track days or racers.Some exceptionally talented Indian and foreign riders are instructors at the academy. Training comprises of classroom sessions and on track practice in 3 circuits- Madras Motor Race Track, MMRT, in Chennai, KARI Motor Speedway in Coimbatore and the Buddh International Circuit, BIC, in Greater Noida.The next training session is on the 30th and 31st of March, 2016 at the Buddh International Circuit, (BIC) off New Delhi.This schedule is open for riders of all levels – novices, intermediate and expert with different instructors to cater to their specific level of experience.This is RACR’s second stint at BIC.advertisementThis time at BIC, their special mentor is Nina Prinz, a rider of great repute from Germany. She is one of the top lady motorcycle racers in the world.DATE: MARCH 30TH & 31ST, 2016DAYS: WEDNESDAY & THURSDAYVENUE: BUDDH INTERNATIONAL CIRCUITTIME: 8.00 AM TO 5:00 PM (You can come at any time during the day)Fees: Rs 49,000/-last_img read more

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