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Old 14th January 2014, 15:04   #1
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Default Indian Motorcycle League launched in Chennai

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Indian Motorcycle League or IML as it is called has been launched in Chennai. IML has been formed by motorcycle riders such as Sarath Kumar, Harry Sylvester, K Rajini, K Jagan, and Rasheed Khan, who has been appointed IML’s chairman.
IML will look to nurture young talent and will be a platform for riders to display their riding skills in three rounds of endurance racing. The first round will be held at Coimbatore next month followed by the remaining rounds at Chennai and BIC respectively. TVS Racing, who has been in the racing circuit for the last 28 years, will be providing the Apache RTR 180 bikes to the riders. FMSCI has approved the IML class as well.
The two-wheeler track (although this is more of an endurance racing) scene is, gradually but surely, coming of age in India. This will definitely help nurture budding talents.

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