Karting Race: Four stroke karting racing will start in Chennai from 29th April and will end in Hyderabad on 4th June. The initial phase will start from 29th to 30th April.
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New Delhi: There is good news for motorsport fans in India as now karting race The new competition is going to start soon. There will be a total of six rounds in this new competition. Racing Promotion Pvt Ltd is bringing this competition. This was announced on Monday. This race will be organized in six different cities of India.
Four stroke karting racing will start in Chennai from 29th April and will end in Hyderabad on 4th June. The initial phase will start from 29th to 30th April. ECR Speedway in Chennai will host this race.
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Bangalore will be the destination after Chennai
After Chennai, the next phase of this competition will be held in Bangalore. Meco Cartopia will be the host of this race in Bangalore. After this, the next venue of this competition will be Thisur and then this race will reach Ajmera Indian Karting in Mumbai. After Mumbai, this race will come to Delhi and then reach Hyderabad where the last leg of this race will be held.
these people can participate
The minimum age of the racers participating in this competition is 15 years. Those who win this race will also get many gifts. The racer who wins the finale will get a scholarship for the FMSCI National Karting Championship which will start from July and will cost around 1.5 to 2 crores. Apart from training, new kart car, mechanic, engineer, free entry will also be available in this scholarship.
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Format will be like this
Hyderabad A total of 36 drivers from six cities will participate in the finals to be held in . These drivers will be divided into batches of nine each. After four qualifying heats, the top five drivers from each heat will qualify for the semi-final heats. Then the top five drivers from the semi-finals will qualify for the final. Three winners from each city will receive trophies and the top six drivers will receive scholarships for the FMSCI National Karting Championship.