We capture up with Aditya Patel, director of RPPL, for an update on the inaugural Formula Regional Indian Championship, prepares to have Indian drivers in every kind of racing and more.The Formula Regional Indian Championship– along with support series F4 India and the Indian Racing League– was revealed with much aplomb last year. As an outcome, the title winners are typically crowned depending on which motorists end up in the fastest teams.But here, Prema will be preparing and running all cars and trucks in both championships, in theory handing all the chauffeurs equivalent equipment. “It offers chauffeurs a lot of comfort,” includes Patel.Super Licence pointsAnother big draw is that drivers in both championships– Formula Regional and F4 India– will be qualified for Super Licence points.” Given the condensed calendar, the relative thriftiness of racing in India and the Super Licence points up for grabs, the championships will be an appealing proposition for a lot of international chauffeurs too, and Patel promises “a good mix of Indian and international chauffeurs”. The international motorists have been signed on, while the Indian motorists need to be shortlisted by end-September.
“It offers motorists a lot of convenience,” includes Patel.Super Licence pointsAnother big draw is that drivers in both champions– Formula Regional and F4 India– will be eligible for Super Licence points.” Given the condensed calendar, the relative thriftiness of racing in India and the Super Licence points up for grabs, the champions will be an appealing proposal for a lot of global chauffeurs too, and Patel assures “an excellent mix of International and indian motorists”. The international drivers have been signed on, while the Indian chauffeurs should be shortlisted by end-September.