The so-called `winds of change’ that swept through the Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI) last winter seemed to have come a full circle with the resignation of its chief executive Rajan Syal.
After a second extended term as president of the Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI), Vicky Chandhok Monday opted to step down and not to seek re-election. The announcement came on the eve of the FMSCI’s AGM and elections scheduled here Monday.
The president of the Federation of Motorsports Clubs in India (FMSCI) Vicky Chandhok feels that the decision to shift the 2014 leg of the Indian GP has been taken purely on the basis of commercial and logistical considerations and organizers should deal with F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone as far as structuring of race fee is concerned.
Two successful Formula One Indian Grands Prix might have put the country on the global motorsport map, but two deaths in the Mughal Rally brought into sharp focus the lop-sided development of the sport in the country.
Vicky Chandhok, president of the Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India has claimed the future of motor sport in the country is still bleak even though the second edition of the Indian Grand Prix would be held this weekend.