Bhopal: Indore, 2nd December, 2017: With participation from over 100 motorsport enthusiasts, round 4 of Maruti
Suzuki Autoprix 2017 (Season 1)commenced in the city today. This 3-day long national contest promises
to give the budding racers and motoring fanatics of Indore and its neighbouring cities, a chance to
experience the glamour and thrill of high octane motorsports.
The Indore round is being held at Dusshera Maidan, Kranti Kriplani Nagar, Nai Duniya from 1 st to 3 rd
December 2017. This roundwill conclude on 3 rd December with a prize distribution ceremony,where
winners in different categories will be felicitated with cash prizes.
Over the next 3 days, participants will maneuver their way on a 1.5kmlongtrack in a knock-out format to
win the titles in 6 classes of the contest.
With an easy on the spot registration process, this championship is open to anyone who has a valid
driving license. Budding racers can participate with or without modifications to their everyday vehicles
and test their driving skills in a safe environment before graduatingto tougher formats of rallying.
Spread over 6 months, Maruti Suzuki Autoprix 2017 (Season 1) will be held in 7 cities - Bengaluru,
Chandigarh, Coimbatore, Indore, Gurgaon, Guwahati and Pune.The finale will be held in Greater Noida
on 25 th February 2018 at Buddh International Circuit.
The next round of the contest will be held in Gurgaon from 15 th to 17 th December, 2017.
The national champion of Maruti Suzuki Autoprix 2017 (Season1) will bag the all new Maruti Suzuki Swift
at the finale in Noida on 25 th February, with cash prizes to be won by the winners of the titles as well as city rounds.
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