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The CEAT Indian Supercross Racing League (ISRL) has announced that rider registrations for the Season One auction have now closed.

A total of 120 riders from across the globe have registered, indicating a tremendous international interest in the CEAT Indian Supercross Racing League.

After the initial announcement, which featured 85 Supercross stars from around the world, including the USA, Spain, France, Germany, Sweden, South Africa, Australia, Thailand, and Indonesia, the ISRL’s rider pool has now grown to an impressive 120 riders. The league has successfully attracted riders of unmatched calibre from all over the world, ensuring a season like no other.

Among the roster of esteemed riders, the league proudly presents some of the most decorated names in Supercross. Notably, Matt Moss, a 9-time Australian MX and SX Champion; 4X Italian Supercross Champion Lorenzo Camporese; 4X South Africa Champion Anthony Raynard; Cedric Soubeyras, 6X French Supercross Champion & 3X European Supercross Champion; 2022 Prince of Paris (SX2)Gregory (Greg) Aranda; 2X European/French vice champion Thomas Ramette; Germany’s MXGP Racer Nico Koch; and TJ Albright AMA SX rider from USA ; Anthony Bourdon French elite MX2 champion; India National champion Rugved Barguje, 2X Indonesia champion Ananda Rigi Adityaand 2X Thailand champion Ben Prasit Hallgren, among others, have registered for what promises to be an adrenaline-fueled inaugural season.

Mr. Eeshan Lokhande, Director & Co-Founder of the CEAT Indian Supercross Racing League, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “we are ecstatic about the remarkable and overwhelming response that we have received from racers globally. This is a giant leap towards making the CEAT ISRL a truly international sensation. Our mission is to uplift the quality of Supercross racing in India and create a worldwide stage for Indian talent to shine. We are fully committed to delivering a season that will leave an electrifying impact on the world of motorsport, and we are confident that our efforts will be successful.”

As the league progresses towards its highly anticipated debut, the CEAT ISRL has announced the formation of four teams, with more teams slated for unveiling shortly. The inaugural season will witness multiple rounds hosted across various cities in India, ensuring a diverse and engaging experience for motorsport enthusiasts.

The CEAT Indian Supercross Racing League’s Season One boasts four exhilarating racing categories, featuring the 450cc international riders, 250cc international riders, 250cc India-Asia mix, and the fiercely competitive 85cc junior class. With a focus on fostering talent development and delivering heart-racing action, the league is all set to redefine the landscape of Supercross racing in India and beyond.