Now you can take Mahindra Racing wherever you go! With the new Mahindra Racing Mobile App, you can get updates on your favorite team no matter where you are. Download the Mobile App for exclusive Mahindra Racing content including race updates, bike details, image galleries and more!
Key features of the Mahindra Racing Mobile App include:
- Race Results
- Image Galleries
- Bike Specifications
- Race Calendar and Race Count Down Widget
- Social Media Integration – Facebook / Twitter
- Newsletter delivered through the application
- Information about the Team / Riders
- Press Releases
- Calendar notifications for Races
- Image sharing on different platforms (Facebook / Twitter / WhatsApp etc)
About Mahindra Racing:
Mahindra Racing is the first Indian team to participate in the FIM MotoGP™ World Motorcycle Racing Championship in 2011 and the Italian National Motorcycle Racing Championship (CIV) in 2012.
Racing in the Moto3™ class in MotoGP, Mahindra Racing entered the 2013 season with its own new 4-stroke, single-cylinder, 250cc motorcycle: the Mahindra MGP3O, developed with experienced Swiss firm Suter Racing Technology AG. Experienced Spanish rider Efrén Vázquez (26, from Bilbao) is teamed with exciting Portuguese teenager Miguel Oliveira (18, from Pragal near Lisbon). At the opening round in Qatar, the duo finished with a best-ever double Top 10 result for the only Indian team in Grand Prix motorcycle racing. In Round 2 in Austin, Oliveira finished a superlative 5th while Vázquez claimed 14th place. Celebrating a third successive top ten finish in Round 3 at Jerez, Vázquez claimed 8th place.
In the 2012 CIV season, Mahindra Racing competed in the 125 GP Class and became the first team from India to win an international motorsport event, eventually recording six victories from eight races and securing the Constructors’ Championship. In the 2013 CIV season, the team has entered the Moto3 (250cc – 4 stroke) class with talented riders Andrea Locatelli (16, from Alzano Lombardo) and Michael Rinaldi (17, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna). Locatelli ended Rounds 1 and 2 with a fantastic twin podium finish. While winning the first, he finished the second in third position. Rinaldi finished eighth in the first encounter and a respectable sixth in the second.