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Australian racer Reid Taylor of BigRock Motorsport riding the Kawasaki won the 250cc international race while Jordi Tixier won the 450cc class.

The inaugural race of the CEAT Indian Supercross Racing League (ISRL) in Pune received an enthusiastic response, with BigRock Motorsport leading the way. In the 450cc international race, Jordi Tixier from France, riding for BB RACING on a Honda, claimed the top spot, while Australian racer Reid Taylor of BigRock Motorsport, aboard a Kawasaki, secured victory in the 250cc international race. Thanarat Penjan from Thailand, also part of BigRock Motorsport and riding a Kawasaki, triumphed in the 250cc India Asia Mix category.

BigRock Motorsport made a remarkable impact by clinching podium positions in all categories, surprising the Pune crowd at the first CEAT ISRL, a pioneering franchise-based Supercross competition.

The first race of Season 1 in Pune featured a stellar lineup of international champions and emerging Indian talents across various categories, including 450cc international riders, 250cc international riders, 250cc India-Asia mix, and the fiercely competitive 85cc junior class. With top riders from around the world converging in India, the series aims to establish the country as a global focal point for Supercross.

Veer Patel, Co-founder and Director of the CEAT Indian Supercross Racing League, expressed his excitement at the successful completion of the first race, emphasizing the overwhelming response from the Pune crowd. Patel highlighted the league’s commitment to providing a safe and competitive environment for riders of all ages and skill levels.

Following the spectacular debut in Pune, the action will move to Ahmedabad on February 11 at the EKA Arena, Transstadia, and will conclude with the final event at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Delhi on February 25, 2024.