After successfully completing the first rounds at Coimbatore, Bangalore and Kolkata, the INRC is now scheduled to move to Nashik, Maharashtra for its fourth round. Branded as the ‘Speed’ INRC, the Maharashtra round will comprise to two legs between 30th October and 1st of November 2009. With the aegis of the FMSCI, the Nashik round will be supervised by the Western India Sports Association. The rally will run a total of 564.66 kms with three special stages totaling 112.44 kms. These stages will run three times each across Thanepada (12.07 kms), Khadak Ohol (7.02 kms) and Ozarkhed (17.64 kms). The maximum number of entries for this round is restricted to 50 cars.
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