Indian motorsports body`s chief executive quits

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.

Vicky Chandhok steps down as FMSCI chief

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.

Tatas set to launch truck racing in India

Tata Motors is all set to take its trucks to the racing track. If everything goes as planned, the viewers will have the unusual spectacle of the big-built machines racing in March, 2014.

India Grand Prix to go ahead despite court hearing

Indian Grand Prix organisers have confirmed that Sunday`s race will go ahead even though the country`s top court has agreed to hear a petition on Friday seeking its cancellation over tax issues.

Organisers refuse to write off Indian Grand Prix future

Indian Grand Prix organisers have expressed renewed optimism about the prospects of their Formula One event despite fears Sunday`s race will be the last at the Buddh International circuit.

India fights to keep under-threat GP

Indian Grand Prix organisers say they`re determined to keep their Formula One status as fears mount that this weekend`s race could be the last to be hosted in the country.

Bernie and organizers` call to negotiate rates: Chandhok

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.

A mixed year for Indian motorsports

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.

Top Indian motor sport official claims future of F1 in country still ‘bleak’

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.

Organisers hope for fewer problems in hosting F1 next season

The "system" posed quite a few hiccups for them, but the organisers of India`s maiden Formula One race are not complaining.

FIA impressed with Indian circuit progress

India`s new Formula One circuit is already exceeding expectations, Indian motorsports federation chief Vicky Chandhok said.

India F1 track will be ready, says chief

India`s motor sports chief has dismissed concerns about the readiness of the track for the country`s Formula One debut in October.

India F1 track will be ready, says chief

India`s motor sports chief has dismissed concerns about the readiness of the track for the country`s Formula One debut in October.

December would be ideal to hold F1 in India: Chandhok

FMSCI president feels it would be ideal if India hosts its inaugural F1 GP in December.

December would be ideal to hold F1 in India: Chandhok

FMSCI president feels it would be ideal if India hosts its inaugural F1 GP in December.

Chandhok is new president of Indian motor sports body

Vicky Chandhok and Shrikant Karani have been elected as the president and vice president respectively of the Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI).

Chandhok is new president of Indian motor sports body

Vicky Chandhok and Shrikant Karani have been elected as the president and vice president respectively of the Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI).