BigRock Motorsports Triumphs At CEAT ISRL In Ahmedabad Leg

Mobility Outlook Bureau
12 Feb 2024
02:30 PM
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With riders from around the world converging in India, the CEAT ISRL serves as the ultimate proving ground for global Supercross supremacy.

BigRock Motorsports Triumphs At CEAT ISRL In Ahmedabad Leg mobility outlook

The CEAT Indian Supercross Racing League (ISRL) witnessed a thrilling spectacle in Ahmedabad as BigRock Motorsports dominated the track, clinching victories in multiple categories. Matt Moss, the star athlete of BigRock Motorsports riding the Kawasaki, secured the first place in the 450cc international race, while Reid Taylor, also from BigRock Motorsport, led the 250 cc international race. Ben Prasit Hallgren of Mohite’s Racing riding the Kawasaki emerged victorious in the 250 cc India Asia Mix category, adding to the team's triumph at the EKA Arena.

The event garnered an overwhelming response with over 10,000 attendees, surpassing the stadium's maximum capacity by 500. The Chief Minister of Gujarat, Shri Bhupendrabhai Patel, attended the race, emphasising the state's commitment to fostering a vibrant sports ecosystem. In his address, he celebrated the event as a testament to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision and highlighted Gujarat's dedication to promoting sportsmanship and excellence.

Veer Patel, Managing Director Lilleria Group and Co-Founder of CEAT ISRL, expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister and the Gujarat Sports Ministry for their support. He remarked on the incredible passion and energy in Ahmedabad, emphasising the crowd's unmatched enthusiasm. Patel underlined the success of the event as a crucial step in establishing India as a global hub for Supercross. Looking ahead to the grand finale, he promised an exceptional experience for fans, confident that the event would leave everyone buzzing with excitement.

The second race of Season One showcased an impressive lineup of international champions and emerging Indian stars across four categories: 450cc international riders, 250cc international riders, 250cc India-Asia mix, and the fiercely competitive 85cc junior class.

The league remains committed to providing a safe and competitive environment for riders of all ages and skill levels. The resounding success of the Ahmedabad leg further solidifies the CEAT ISRL's position as a groundbreaking franchise-based Supercross competition, capturing the hearts of motorsport enthusiasts and elevating the stature of Indian motorsports on the global stage.

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