The countrys top drivers will vie for the mantle of India's fastest racer of the year at the the 21st edition of the JK Tyre FMSCI National Racing Championship, which will get underway here on July 6.
The first round will be held during the July 6-8 weekend, while the grand finale will be held from November 16-18 at the Buddh Circuit in Greater Noida.
The second round is scheduled for August 31 to September 2 and the third from October 12 to 14, both in the city, a release said today.
The Euro JK 18 will continue to be the blue riband event of the championship, drawing the cream of the racing pool, including those already competing on the international stage.
It will be supported by the LGB Formula 4, which gives budding racers the opportunity to hone their skills, with the Suzuki Gixxer Cup remaining an integral part of the championship, offering the countrys prominent bikers the platform to compete against the best, it said.
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