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August 2019 Motorsport Cover

Motor Sport India – Issue #15 August-September 2019

This issue of Motor Sport India is headlined by insights on the Indian motorsport season’s biggest switch: Gaurav Gill parting ways with MRF and jumping ship to JK. The multiple national rally champion also talks about ‘Chapter 2’ of his career and his WRC aspirations.The JK-backed rally star also gets a new set of wheels for the championship – an R2-spec rally iteration of Mahindra’s first compact SUV prepared by Arka Motorsports for Team Mahindra Adventure – the Super XUV300.

“Dakar is still my goal”,says India’s top privateer on two-wheels Ashish Raorane, as he talks about what got him into cross-country rallying in the first place and how far he wants to get. Also featured are the turbocharged Honda City VTECs built for the road by renowned tuning house Race Concepts.

The new TC4 regulations in the Indian Touring Car series have sparked a revolution – “A proper race car, this.”  Our track test of the Volkswagen Vento ITC race car sheds light on the quality of wrench time and parts that have gone into making the best rival for Race Concept’s Honda City VTEC ITC race car yet. As for rallying, “We want to try and get the highest number of entries this year”, is what Vamsi Merla (director of Champions Yacht Club, the new series promoter) said and then went on to get a record 55 entries for the first round of the Indian National Rally Championship in Chennai. The rallying scene is heating up again, and we are thrilled!

On the two-wheel front – Honda’s Moto3-spec NSF250R makes its debut at the second round of the Indian Motorcycle Racing Championship. Idemitsu Honda Ten10 Racing’s Rajiv Sethu is back from his ARRC campaign for a domestic duel with TVS Racing’s Jagan Kumar, the reigning champ at the national motorcycle racing championship.

The action doesn’t stop here! There is a lot more motorsport content in the August issue of Motorsport India Magazine.

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Gaurav Gill’s chapter 2: The multiple national rally champion makes his big switch, going back to the yellows after 12 years – Exclusive insights about his plans with JK Tyre Motorsport for the INRC, WRC and much more.

Honda NSF250R: A new, faster revolution in Indian motorsport. Honda Racing India has brought the international Moto3-spec race bike to India – Plans to groom young talent starting with a one make championship.

Super XUV300: A brand new R2-spec rally car built by Arka Motorsports for Team Mahindra Adventure’s Gaurav Gill and Amittrajit Ghosh – We find out what kind of wrenching has gone into it and how does it feel to drive.

VW Vento ITC: Currently the closest rival to the Race Concepts Honda City VTEC. How did the guys at VW turn the family saloon into a ITC-spec red hot monster?

24 hours of LeMan: The biggest endurance race of the year and Toyota Gazoo Racing team takes all the spoils!

INRC Chennai: The first round of the national rally championship in Chennai – Could Gill outrun his rival in his new rally car on JK Tyre rubber? Read on

INMRC 2019: Idemitsu Honda’s Rajiv Sethu is back to being the best competition to multiple national champion Jagan Kumar.

Silk Way Rally 2019: Red Bull KTM’s Sam Sunderland dominates – becomes first ever winner for bikes. Toyota Gazoo Racing’s Nasser Al-Attiyah takes the win for the cars.

Mahindra Racing: A topsy-turvy season five for Mahindra Racing. A strong start to the season, but lack of pace, unfortunate technical problems and crashes pushed them down the leaderboard.

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