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Monday, November 9, 2015

KTM Orange Cup, 6th Dec

KTM India is a sensational hit for a reason. It has given value for money, almost race ready performance motorcycles to hop on to and ride them on a daily basis. KTM went ahead and then started Orange days where every owner was given an opportunity to ride their bikes at a go kart type circuit to explore the potential of the bike. Orange tour was also made available for touring enthusiast whilst Orange track days were conducted at Buddh International Circuit in Delhi. Now KTM has taken another step. KTM One Make Championship is here and riders from all over the country will come showcase their skills they have learned at Orange track days. The first edition of the KTM Orange Cup will be held at the MMSC Race Track in Chennai on 6th December 2015.

KTM Orange Cup is basically a one-day event scheduled to commence under the guidelines of FMSCI. You will be needing the FMSCI license to go ahead with this cup. The race is set to begin at 6.30 AM. The date and time of 6:30 AM is exclusive to owners of the KTM Duke 390 and RC 390. The Orange cup is being conducted under the guidelines of FMSCI and hence come with the necessary safety rules. Riders will have to follow these rules for the entire event and the next series.

KTM shall be helping in getting the FMSCI licenses for the selected riders. Since it’s the track, riders need to wear a one piece leather suit and a race standard equipment. You can also get a two piece leather pant and jacket combination as well. However, the 360 degrees zipper is standard. KTM has divided and made separate classes for both Duke 390 riders and RC 390 riders. Bikes cannot be shared at any level and under any circumstances.
As always,it’s a first come first serve basis, so the earlier you register the better. Mostly riders from Mumbai, Banglore, Pune, Delhi, are requested to reach a day prior to the event and keep their bikes Ready to Race. KTM will be providing support and common spares for the bikes. Good luck Orange Boys!

Source: Gaadiwaadi
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