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The latest issue of Motor Sport India magazine gives you all the insight needed on making a career in professional bike racing. Our Bike Racing 101 section is a step-by-step guide to fuel your passion for racing on two wheels, with the best two-wheel racing and rallying talent sharing their experiences and views. Our resident track junkie Alameen Merchant hits the track yet again – this time astride the TVS 310RR Cup OMC, as a part of the Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship 2019. We also got Dakar veteran C S Santosh to share his insights on the importance of getting into a factory racing/rallying team. “If it wasn't for TVS and my 11 years with them, I would not be here for sure”, says CS. Aravind KP on the other hand, talks about fitness while Aishwarya Pissay chats about women in motorsport. Also featured is the story of Karun Chandhok; one of only two Indians in Formula 1 and the only one to race Le Mans! – His journey from racing saloon cars in Chennai to having the National Anthem played at a Formula 1 weekend and now working the microphone in the F1 pitlane. Race Concept’s boss, Joel Joseph talks us through the third-gen Honda City i-VTEC, rally prepped for the Coimbatore rally. Enthusiasts called the L15 motor very unconventional for rallying and racing. Joel thinks otherwise. “The plan was to take one step at a time and it almost paid off” – Gaurav Gill kickstarts his WRC2 Campaign with the Turkish rally, his first WRC rally with JK Tyre Motorsport and also as a registered driver eligible for championship points. Idemitsu Honda Ten10 Racing’s Sarath Kumar climbs to the top of the leader board at the INMRC, outpacing TVS Racing’s Jagan and his teammate Rajiv Sethu for the 2019 title. All this and lots more in the latest issue of Motorsport India Magazine. Grab your copy today!

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