India to have its own Supercross Racing League - Pune News

Pune, Nov 24 (IANS) Supercross India Pvt Ltd under the aegis of the Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India on Thursday announced the handing over of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the commercial rights to launch the world's first of its kind Supercross racing league, titled 'Indian Supercross Racing League'.

by IANS | Updated Nov 24, 2022

India to have its own Supercross Racing League - Pune News

The MoU was handed over by Gautam Shantappa, Vice-President, and Sujith Kumar - Chairman of Supercross Racing Commission of the FMSCI to the promoters of the league in a press conference held in Pune.

"The federation fully backs the SXI team and firmly believes that they would take the sport forward and elevate it to a new level. As the vice - president, I am confident that SXI and the FMSCI will work as a team and would make the league a huge success," said Gautam.

Whereas, Sujith said, "I believe that with younger organisers coming into the sport the future looks bright. I would like to state that it's a matter of great happiness to see X-Racers coming back to the sport playing different roles. The federation fully backs the SXI team and firmly believes that they would take the sport forward and elevate it to a new level. I am proud to say that we in India have the first franchise-based Supercross league in the world."

The league will look at the development of the sport at a grassroots level and shall endeavor to bring India to the global forefront of motorsports.

Disclaimer: This story is auto-aggregated by a computer program and has not been created or edited by FreshersLIVE.Publisher : IANS-Media

Related Articles

  • IND v NZ, 3rd ODI: Felt that we bowled a bit on the shorter side, says Shikhar Dhawan
  • USA Cricket to co-host ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2024 with West Indies
  • IND v NZ, 3rd ODI: Rain stops play in Christchurch, New Zealand at 104/1 in 18 overs
  • My focus is on T20 cricket; not thought much about 50-over World Cup next year: England hero Hales
  • IND v NZ, 3rd ODI: My white-ball record is not that bad either, says Rishabh Pant
  • Runs are still the currency to stay in the Test side: Nasser Hussain to England batters
  • Socceroos not playing for draw in crucial World Cup game: Arnold
  • Zampa supports Test skipper Cummins' gesture to take a knee in solidarity with 'Black Lives Matter'
  • West Indies wear black armbands as a tribute to former wicket keeper David Murray
  • Brownlie named New Zealand Women's batting coach; Howard joins as spin bowling coach