- It will be the world’s first professional franchise-based motorsport league.
- It involves long-term sanctions by the FMSCI – the motorsports governing body in India.
- This racing league will consist of eight city-based franchises.
- Also, expect 32 drivers comprising of both domestic and international men and women champions.
- The racing extravaganza will be held in four venues including street circuits and race tracks
- The event with 40 races will stretch over a period of 12 weekends and 24 race days.
India’s Aditya Patel (30) and Armaan Ebrahim (29) – the top world-class race drivers have come together to introduce a two-seater sports car racing league to India by October 2019. The X1 Racing League or Xtreme1 Racing League will take place with a combination of street and track circuits. The racing league will consist of eight franchise teams (city-based), each including 2 cars and 4 drivers.
The X1 Racing League is governed by the FMSCI or Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India – the country’s governing body of motorsports. The league has formed a long-term exclusive commercial rights partnership with FMSCI, granting exclusive rights including sponsorship, broadcasting, advertising, intellectual property, franchising, and new league rights, amongst others exclusively for city-based 4W racing events and competitions in a league format.