Racer struggles to go full steam

  • | Tuesday | 28th January, 2020

Though a national champion in FMSCI Indian National Rally Sprint Championship 2019 (up to 130 cc category), this racer’s sporting career hangs in balance, with little or no support from authorities. Besides travelling all over the country for the races, which are almost always held in North Indian states, one has to spend on training, fitness and gear that are very costly. While there are only five or six racers from Kerala taking part in FMSCI-recognised events, there is a huge talent pool here. Last year, Noldin became the national champion at the FMSCI Indian National Rally Sprint Championship 2019, clearing six rounds, coming first in four rounds and second in two. I wish more people realised the significance of motorsports in India,” says Noldin.

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