Defending champion Jagan Kumar has resurrected his title hopes in the 2017 Indian National Motorcycle Racing
MRF has participated actively in the world of Indian motorsport for decades, and currently runs two one-make single seater championships in India. First up is the Formula Ford 1600 (FF1600) which serves as the flagship race of National Racing Championship. Powered by a 1.6L Ford engine that churns out 140bhp, the FF1600 car serves as a stepping stone for aspiring drivers aiming to make a career in single seater racing. Having driven one of the MRF FF1600 cars ourselves and made it on to the podium, we at autoX are in a prime position to cover the MRF Racing. And there’s its big brother - Formula 2000 - where Indian drivers are pitted against some of the best in the world in 210 bhp race cars. To give drivers a view of the challenges they are likely to face in the future, some of the races are held outside India at FIA/FIM accredited circuits. Wherever the races are held, we are the first to provide you with in-depth reports and analysis of MRF Racing.