We have had the pleasure of working with some of the largest brands in India to organise more than 600 motorsport events over the past three decades.
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Formula 1 Indian Grand Prix

 

WSRF and MOMA played an integral role in conducting commercial negotiations, securing regulatory approvals, coordinating with the FIA safety and circuit teams, sourcing and training 900 race marshals and officials, and managing the race administration office for all three years of the Indian Grand Prix.

T1 Truck Racing Championship

 

We are currently working very closely with Tata Motors on the recently launched T1 Truck Racing Championship, a first of its kind in India.

 

Our teams worked closely with the technical staff at the Jamshedpur factory during the build process of the racing trucks. Our ongoing relationship with Tata Motors sees us managing all operations of the race event.

JK Tyre Race and Rally Teams

 

WSRF acted as consultants to JK Tyres for their National Karting, Racing and Rallying programs from 1992 until 2012. We also helped  initiate the formation of the JK Racing Asia series.

 

WSRF successfully ran the JK Tyre Rally Team from 1993 to 2000, winning 7 National Rally Championships;

Mercedes-Benz Young Star Driver

 

In 2013, we began working with Mercedes Benz India Limited on their annual Young Star Driver program, where 3 winners are chosen from 6000 applicants across India.

 

In addition to handling the concept and administration, MOMA is responsible for sourcing the driver coaches to carry out the crucial evaluation process that determines the winner.

MRF Challenge

 

The MRF Challenge series has run in Chennai, Delhi, and Bahrain, with multiple categories of race cars and bikes.

 

We worked with our friends at the Madras Motorsport Club to organise the Indian National Racing Championship events for the series, as well as to provide key senior staff for the international events in Bahrain.

Rexona 24 Rush Hours

 

We organised a multi-city go-karting challenge  for teams of college students which culminated in a first-of-its-kind 24-hour racing final. 

 

Preliminary rounds were held in four other cities across India in order to shortlist the teams to compete in the final event in Chennai.

MRF Racing Team

 

WSRF founded the MRF Rally & Racing Team in 1982 and ran it until 1989 with Vicky Chandhok at the wheel, going on to win the prestigious Himalayan Rally in 1983 and 1984.