After IPL, It's Indian Racing League(i1)

IPL=Money and Entertainment in Indian's Dictionary, BCCI is too smart than ICC hence it remains as a kingpin of cricket community and IPL honestly revolutionized our Indian cricket grounds and still increasing the Bank balance of both domestic and international (Cricket) Players, While Hockey guys paid in 4 digit our cricketers are too much away..
i1 or Indian Racing League is which will have a clubs alike IPL, except those playing 11 on the field, you can see a single player(Driver) who flies slowly across the lap, yes it's happening in a nation where petrol price escalating every day and this racing auto racing is in the process of being sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) and the Federation of the Motorsport Council of India (FMCI).

Proud or Shame ? I really don't know what category this will fall under, regarding infrastructure and improvement in Indian sport's sector, it could be a thumping news, while considering the world's oil sources and escalating oil prices, it will be certainly a bad news, whatever it is, we cant stop this happening neither we can't buy a club to appreciate.

DETAILS:
" " The format is designed to club young upcoming Indian drivers with the best of international drivers, thus enabling the development of Indian motor sport talent " "..
Says their intention, apart from cricket India lags a platform, we should appreciate our move of moving away from cricket

Clubs and Owners:
  1. Mumbai: Backed by Shah Rukh Khan, Jai Mehta, Juhi Chawla
  2. Delhi: Backed Mohit Burman and another investor
  3. Hyderabad: Owned by N Prasad and Akkineni Nagarjuna
  4. Chennai: Tony Fernandes, SG Srinivas
  5. Chandigarh: Yuvraj Singh and a local businessman
  6. Kolkata: Consortium involving ex-cricketer Sourav Ganguly
  7. Pune: A businessman related to a top Bollywood family
  8. Bangalore: A consortium of investors is expected to pitch in to form this team.

Car Used:
The most popular Radical model, over 400 SR3s have been built in Club sport, Super sport, and Track sport models. The car is built on a space frame chassis, and uses a variety of RPE-tuned motorcycle engines for power. Turbocharging is also available on the motors for even more power. Base versions produce 252 hp (188 kW) and get the SR3 to 60 mph (97 km/h) in just 3.8 seconds and on to 147 mph (237 km/h).

* i1 Super Series will have five races this season involving 8 teams from 8 cities in India-Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Hyderabad and Pune.

* Team owners and drivers are being selected on invitation basis only and one cannot apply to race in this championship

* The series will take place in 5 venues at New Delhi, Abu Dhabi, Doha, Kuala Lumpur and Bahrain

* Broadcast rights owned by Ten Sports

* Each team will have three drivers: one international driver, an Indian (with international experience) and one domestic driver

* Each weekend will have 1 qualifying session and 2 races, making a total of 14 races in the championship

* Each team will use the Radical SR3 race car

* The car weighs 570 kg, goes 0-100 kph in 3 seconds, has a top speed of 250 kph

The Indian Racing League - called the i1 Super Series - which was launched in August this year, is looking to ride on the huge success of the Formula One Indian Grand Prix. The first edition will hit the tracks on January 8 and conclude on February 26 next year.INDIAN RACING LEAGUE>

We have to wait and check the success of this ambitious project, but it will really make a positive effect on other countries about India's infrastructure !
good luck i1 :) Cricket frenzy nation looks beyond the boundary :)

3 comments:

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  3. Hmm..I agree with you..not only it is unnecessary specially at this moment, it is waste of time and money. What are they trying to achieve by doing this, there are loads of other sports, why cant they just spend their money in Football, the most famous game on this earth (i believe)..

    stay connected!!!
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