California Superbike School comes to India!

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‘Preethi Mixer and Grinders’, headed by Mr. T. T. Varadarajan, gets the California Racing School to India with technical support from Red Rooster Racing team

Red Rooster brings California Superbike School to India

Red Rooster Racing brings California Racing School to India

The California Superbike School is undoubtedly one of the best in the world when it comes to training riders and aspiring racers to the nuances of superbike racing. Red Rooster Racing, one of India’s leading race teams, in a bid to promote and improve the standard of racing in India, recently organized a training camp in India with the help of the UK wing of the California Superbike School.

Red Rooster Racing brings California Racing School to India

Red Rooster Racing brings California Racing School to India

Red Rooster brings California Superbike School to India

Photograph: Gary Bailey


The California Superbike School was started by the legendary Keith Code – arguably the best known and most successful on track motorcycle instructor in the world! Today CSS operates in 15 countries, and came to South East Asia for the first time. The school is dedicated to the improvement of riding skills for racing. It has the most successful and comprehensive instruction program for almost all of motorcycling sport, and its student base includes winners of Moto GP and Superbike Championships.

Red Rooster Racing brings California Racing School to India

Rocket Ramji attacks the corner

Red Rooster Racing brings California Racing School to India

Vikram V. sheds the R1 for a R6 and gets into the act at CSS

The training course offered 24 riders a chance to be trained through a grueling 4-day camp which took the participants through 4 levels of proficiency. The first two levels of the course will took place on February 16th and 17th, 2010 with the final two levels taking place on February 20th and 21st, 2010. Red Rooster not only got CSS to India, but also provided bikes, tyres and the technical backup for the coaches from California Superbike School.

Red Rooster Racing brings California Racing School to India

Sarath of Ten10 racing upgrades to 600cc for 2010

 


 

Mr. T. T. Varadarajan, Managind Director of Preethi and an avid motorsports enthusiast himself, said,”We want to set up a platform where we can help talented youngsters who do not have the means to access world class coaching facilities. Being proficient in riding motorcycles for racing or street  riding is all about managing power, enhancing individual performance and perfecting safety. These are synonymous with Preethi’s values for its brand portfolio of home appliances.”

Red Rooster Racing brings California Racing School to India

Perfection – the trainer imparts his skills to the students

Mr Dinesh Reddy, Managing Director, Red Rooster Racing told the media, ‘Our primary objective at Red Rooster Racing is to identify and nurture young talent in different disciplines of sports. India has tremendous potential that needs to be recognized and encouraged. This is an opportunity for aspiring racing riders to be taught by world class trainers at the upgraded Chennai facility.”

Red Rooster Racing brings California Racing School to India

Rohit Giri in action

Red Rooster Racing brings California Racing School to India

Sameer / Killer rides the R1

Red Rooster brings California Superbike School to India

Rohit Giri in action again

Mr Amit Sandill, Team Director – Motorcycles, Red Rooster Racing added, “Fundamental training goes a long way in the making of a good professional. This camp will cater to different aspects of bike racing and is a holistic approach to training promising biking enthusiasts. We strongly believe that technique is essential in the making of a champion.”

Red Rooster Racing brings California Racing School to India

The men behind Red Rooster Racing

One of our close friends and representatives for present for the event and came back elated! Read about his experience in the next issue of Motoroids. Kudos to Red Rooster for taking up such an initiative!

Photography: Aditya Bedre

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