Each and every individual is acquainted with Indian Cricket’s captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (Mahi) and his passion for motorcycles.
But the majority of people are not familiar with the fact that Mahi possesses a Moto GP racing group in addition. The captain’s Superbike Championship group has revealed a novel identity and declared two fresh riders in its array for the forthcoming spell. The group made entry in the world of superbike racing mid-way via the 2012 spell and acted professionally during 2012 term of world superbike contest.
Florian Marino together with Dani Linfoot showed up some outstanding performances with a points finish by Florian in the opening race and a glorious podium finish for Dani during the concluding race of the period at Magny Cours, France.
Preently, the group has been given a new name ‘Mahi Racing Team India’ and their Kawasaki ZX-6R motorcycle will boast a novel sign as well as insignia for the forthcoming period. Dhoni has revealed the latest logo recently during an occasion, which took place in the city of Mumbai.
MS Dhoni Racing has nominated two fresh riders, one of them is a 3 time world winner Kenan Sofouglu and the other one is ex champ Fabien Foret, who completed the 2012 period in fourth position. Kenan Sofouglu and Fabien Foret will become members of the subsisting group, which comprises Dan Linfoot and Florian Marino.
Contracted as the factory group for Kawasaki, Mahi Racing Group riders will be trying out the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R in the authorized winter testing period. The group is now concentrating on the 2013 title with these two novel world victor riders.
Mahi at the launch function stated, “We propose to launch a riding school in the country. We have taken up a small step and in the coming time, I wish to see an Indian driver on our bikes. Previously in the country, motorcycles were utilized for commuting only however in past ten years the engine capacitance of bikes in the market have gone up from 100cc to 220-250cc, so there is huge demand for rapid bikes. I was enthralled by the sport and it senses great to be linked with it. But besides to speed we will also put stress on secure driving and following the traffic regulations.’.
Arun Pandey, Chairman and Managing Director of the Mahi Racing Team said, “We were eyeing mid-table finishes to form a base for the forthcoming period (2013). But the team put up a genuine recital and made history by pulling off a podium finish after just five rounds.”