RACR Introduces MiniGP and A Training Program for Pocket Bikes

The minimum age to enroll is five years old, and the training will take place at go-kart tracks across India.

Rajni Krishnan, a ten-time National Racing Champion, and his RACR riding school coaches have announced a new MiniGP/pocket bike training program. Those interested in enrolling must be at least five years old.

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This one-of-a-kind training program will take place at Go-Kart tracks all over the country. Young racers will have the opportunity to ride pocketbikes and Ohvale’s famous Mini-GP bikes. Most aspiring international motorcycle racers, as well as experienced racers and champions like Fabio Quartararo and Valentino Rossi, train on an Ohvale. We recently had an exclusive ride on the Ohvale in India, and you can read all about it in the May 2022 issue of Autocar India.

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Race discipline, as well as on and off-road knowledge, are some of the areas in which the kids will be trained. The program’s goal, according to RACR, is to prepare riders for a future in professional motorcycle racing. It will also serve as a springboard for children to enter Mini-GP world championships, as well as Indian and international motorcycle racing championships.

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