: The national motorsports federation has said that it is monitoring the reigning national car racing champion Vikash Anand's (drunken driving) case and would take appropriate action if necessary. Speaking to The Hindu here on Tuesday, Zayn Khan, ... The Hindu, 4 days ago
Motorsport fraternity shocked: Why did Vikash ignore road rule - Deccan Chronicle, 5 days ago
India motorsports body FMSCI has no plans to remove Vijay Mallya as its chairman despite the troubled businessmen being wanted back home for unpaid loans to the tune of Rs 9,000 crore. "As of now there are no plans to remove him. Anyway he is an ...DNA India, 3 weeks ago FMSCI has no plans to remove 'chairman' Vijay Mallya New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago FMSCI has no plans to remove chairman Vijay Mallya Chandigarh Tribune, 3 weeks ago
Vikash Anand, from Chennai, India, has become the third driver to qualify for the inaugural Mazda Road to Indy $200K Scholarship Shootout. Anand, 22, earned his opportunity after clinching the MRF Formula 1600 Championship following a dramatic ...Modern Tire Dealer, 1 month ago
Jagan Kumar at the first round of the MMSC FMSCI National Motorcycle Racing Championship earlier this year, before the track had been resurfaced The second round of the MRF MMSC FMSCI Indian National Racing Championship for 2 Wheelers was ...Overdrive.in, 2 months ago Round 2 of National two-wheeler championship rescheduled NetIndia123.com, 2 months ago
Vikash Anand (centre), who won a double, Anindith Reddy (left) and Raghul Rangasamy who finished on the podium in the MRF F1600 race along with Mr. Arun Mammen, Managing Director, MRF Ltd. Chennai's Vikash Anand continued his good form as he ...The Hindu, 2 months ago
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