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|12th September 2007, 15:18||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: New Delhi/Indore
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Not another post on the RSC!!
No not exactly
I wanted to know from RSC drivers the FULL cost involved.
Not the 50,000/- etc already mentioned on the MAI website and other threads on the forum.
The full breakup to contest a single RSC round, as well as the procedure.
Something like another member did on his Gypsy Rally expenses in another thread.
Trying to do atleast one of the last three INRC rounds of the year and am trying to budget.
BTW what is the mandatory driving suit for the INRC? The rules say FIA or ones made by Tara Lohia. Does the FIA-CIK suits also qualify(eg. Sparco Rookie)?
Any Non-FAQs that anyone would like to share? to prevent any surprises later.
|12th September 2007, 15:45||#2|
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If you are renting the car, then you can compete in a RSC event for around 50,000. It also depends on from whom you rent the cars and the cost for the service during the rally.
It usually involves the below
Rental cost of car: 20k to 30k ( it all depends)
Service during the rally: 20k to 25k ( Again it depends on the service team)
If you would like to use Konis then you might have to source them and in which case you might save some money on the car rental.
For procedure for competing in RSC, you can go through MAI website.
Regarding the race suits. IMO you can use the FIA-CIK suits also. ( Not quite sure)
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