New Delhi, Mar 31 (ANI): A motorbike race was hosted in New Delhi on Sunday with the sole aim to promote motor sports in India.
Winner of the race, Amit, expressed his delight in participating in the race.
An ecstatic Amit also said, “I just wanted to participate in the race, my aim was not winning. What matters is to participate in the event, winning or loosing is just a part of the game. Thus my aim was to give my best and participate in the race.”
The event named ‘Orange Day Bike Racing’ evoked encouraging response from enthusiastic participants from the national capital and adjoining areas.
The competition witnessed participation of at least 50 super bike enthusiasts who rode through the tracks of Terminal 2 of Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi.
Among the participants were pilots and doctors and they said it was a fantastic experience to enter this race that checked the endurance of speed and driving skills.
The event was organized by the European racing legend KTM, a corporate group that deals with racing bikes in India and abroad.
Incidentally, this was New Delhi first ever ‘Orange Day Bike Racing’.
Till now, KTM has organised Orange Day events at Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai.
The aim of the race was to popularise the sport, as the country is fast becoming a global motor-sports destination. (ANI)