Indian Superbike League Registrations Announced; Here's All You Need to Know

The official announcement of the Indian Superbike League has been made, kicking off registrations for riders in the Professionals, Amateurs, Rookies and Women divisions.

By Divyam Dubey | on February 7, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

With the backing of the Federation of Motor Sports Clubs in India (FMSCI), the Indian Superbike League has been formally announced, with the potential to alter the motorcycle racing scene in the nation completely. We expect the league to have a major impact on the development and appeal of motorcycle racing in India as it progresses. The official website of the soon-to-be-launched India Superbike League has a tempting teaser that gives viewers a taste of what's to come. The Indian Superbike League has received formal accreditation from FMSCI, displaying its fidelity to safety, regulations, and fair play. This ensures that the league adheres to the highest standards.

Indian Superbike League: Details

Renown race courses in several locations across India will host the Indian Superbike League events, and an extra international round will add spice to the action. With at least three thrilling rounds, the league allows racers to showcase their abilities and compete at the highest level.

In what promises to be an exciting show, the Indian Superbike League will assemble a diverse roster of 30 racers. Notably, the league offers specialised classes for women riders in addition to rookie, professional, and amateur divisions.

It is worth noting that FMSCI is actively working to ensure that women in India have equal opportunities to participate in racing. The Commission for Women in Motorsport (India) has been training female athletes for regional, national, and international events. All aspects of motorsport are covered by the commission's assistance, which includes regulations, training, and licences for riding, driving, marshalling, stewardship, medical support, and engineering.

Motorsport in India

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The motorsport landscape in India has reached unprecedented heights, particularly since the arrival of MotoGP. A plethora of events, particularly in the 2-wheeler category, such as the Petronas TVS One Make Championship, the Indian Supercross Racing League, and others, have added to the growing excitement. Indian automakers are investing in the sport, which has paid off with some impressive successes at international competitions, like TVS's Harith Noah's 2024 Dakar class win and  Hero MotoSports podium finish in the same event.

Even if motorsports in India have a lot of unrealized potential, it's clear that the sport needs more than just enthusiasm to progress. Ambitious riders have obstacles in pursuing this complex man-machine sport on a professional level because to the vital role that substantial financial backing plays. Key components for making the sport accessible to everyone and democratising it include developing talent at the proper time, building the infrastructure and facilities needed, and providing a platform for young riders to compete on a global scale.

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