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You Heard It Right!! Truck Racing In India

Hey, all you Truck enthusiasts, here is an opportunity to live up your dream.

Swanky Trucks!! Adrenaline gushing speed!! A gritty race against time. This is what you have been dreaming of? You need speed; the T1 PRIMA TRUCK RACING CHAMPIONSHIP has been redefined.

Truck Racing In India

HISTORY OF T1 PRIMA TRUCK RACING CHAMPIONSHIP:

One of the best and most trusted automobile company in India, Tata has come up with a fascinating and unique truck racing event in India.T1 prima truck racing championship is a new craze in India. It was first started in the year 2014. It gained huge momentum in the initial year as it had truck drivers from the other truck racing championship such as British truck racing championship and European truck racing championship. Stuart Oliver was the first ever winner of this prestigious truck racing championship organized by Tata motors at Buddh International circuit. There were twelve teams which were equally divided into 6 teams, having 2 trucks in each team. It is estimated that a huge crowd of 50,000 witnessed the first truck racing event in India.

2016 T1 PRIMA TRUCK RACING CHAMPIONSHIP:

This year T1 PRIMA TRUCK RACING CHAMPIONSHIP will be on 20th march at Buddh International circuit.

There is a high possibility of a new concept in this year’s championship. There is a possibility that more Indian automobile companies will be allowed to participate in this championship, which will eventually mean more bitter and high level competition on the track. The companies which are willing to participate are Ashok Leyland, Mahindra and VE commercial. Tata is thus providing a huge platform to other Indian companies in this highly anticipated Truck racing championship. This event successfully created awareness among the Indian masses about Truck racing, which was otherwise a very dull and lost concept in India.

Indian truck drivers also are showing keen interest in this new concept. Tata Motors has started a new training and selection program, which is inspired by the company’s objective of encouraging professional driving in India and also inspiring Indian drivers to compete with the other truck drivers of world.

T1 prima racing championship is organized by MMSC that is Madras Motor Sport Club. It has also gained a prominent position in calendars of FIA (Federation International de I’ Automobile) and FMSCI (the federation of motor sports clubs of India), giving this event a huge exposure on International platform.

Break up:

There will be two race categories namely:

Super class: It will be exclusively for Indian truck drivers. It is meant to encourage Truck racing among Indian drivers.

Pro class: It will include truck drivers from all other world class truck driving championships especially British truck racing championship and European truck racing championship.

ABOUT TATA MOTORS:

Tata Motors is one of the best automobile company in world having a large consumer base in India. It is a subsidiary of the great TATA group, which was first started by Jamshed ji Tata from Jamshedpur, India. Tata was originally a steel company, but now successfully contributes in almost each section of the market like consultancy, services , steel, electronics, automobile, to name a few.

TATA motors produces one of the finest and powerful trucks in the world. The truck industry of Tata is simply the best in India. Trucks produced by the company are powerful, bulkier and best in class. The best thing about Tata motors is the quality. Quality is the greatest benchmark of this company. It has a very bright future ahead.

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