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Blueband fmsci Indian National Rally Championship 2023 champions honoured

Blueband Sports, the promoter of the fmsci Indian National Rally Championship, which successfully completed their second year concluded the season with a glittering prize-giving Awards Gala 2023.

Bringing back some of the popular traditional rally venues back into action with a full-fledged six-round calendar supported by MRF that concluded with the iconic K1000 Rally in December, the INRC was a huge success. All the winners of INRC 2023 were presented with the trophies by Promoter Premnath K, Director, Blueband Sports, in presence of Madhusudhan Rhenius, Senior Manager Sales Promotions, MRF Limited at a glittering ceremony here on Sunday, .

The 35th year of INRC also saw a new winner crowned in 2023, with Aroor Arjun Rao and co-driver Sathish Rajagopal claiming the coveted trophy. Blueband Sports once again brought in new innovations and hugely increased the footfalls and eyeballs for the National sport by leaps and bounds with aggressive social media campaigns. The new features like dedicated numbers and other features were also welcomed by the motorsports fraternity.

“We are proud to complete another successful season with many new activities and features. Motorsports athletes and team personnel are always our high priority and we brought the INRC closer to fans and revived old traditional venues. A more thrilling season is awaiting 2024,” said Blueband Director Premnath, the man behind the whole show.

Blueband Sports also announced the calendar for 2024:

Round 1: March 15 to 17: South India Rally – Chennai;

Round 2: May 31 to June 2: Rally of Maharashtra – Nashik;

Round 3: June 21 to 23: Rally of Hyderabad;

Round 4: July 26 to 28: Rally of Coimbatore;

Round 5: Nov 22 to 24: Robusta Rally – Coorg;

Round 6: Dec 13 to 15: K 1000 Rally – Bengaluru.

INRC 2023 Champions List:

Overall Champions 2023:

Driver: Aroor Arjun Rao (Mandovi Racing);

Co-driver: Satish Rajagopal;


Driver: Harkrishan Wadia (Arka Motorsports):

Co-driver: E Shivaprakash;


Driver: Jahaan Singh Gill (Snap Racing);

Co-driver: Suraj Keshava Prasad;


Driver: Abhin Rai (Ammyfied Rallying);

Co-driver: Pramod Raman;

Gypsy Cup:

Driver: Darshan Nachappa K (Ammyfied Rallying);

Co-driver: Goutham CP;

Junior INRC: Jahaan Singh Gill (Snap Racing);

Ladies winner: Driver: Anushriya Gulati (Dark Don Rallying);

Ladies winner: Co-Driver: Trisha Alonkar (Aart Racing);

Team winners:

INRC: Chettinad Sporting;

INRC2: Arka Motorsports;

INRC3: Chettinad Sporting;

INRC4: Ammyfied Rallying;

Gypsy: Ammyfied Rallying;



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