INDIANews Bulletin

KTR launches the inaugural edition of the Indian Racing League in Hyderabad

Telangana MA&UD minister KT Rama Rao launched the inaugural edition of the Indian Racing League on Saturday at the Hyderabad Street Circuit on the banks of Hussain Sagar Lake.

As a warm-up for the Formula E race, the HMDA, in collaboration with the Indian Racing League (IRL), is organizing two races to test the track’s readiness for the big event in February.
The Indian Racing League, a five-city race, is the world’s first of its kind and is being held in Hyderabad for the first time.

According to HMDA, it is a Formula-3 equivalent, a single-seater motor racing championship in which drivers compete in single-seater cars built by Italian constructor Wolf Racing and powered by Aprilia engines.

To clear up any confusion, HMDA stated in a press release that the IRL is being held on the same tracks that will be used for Formula E races next year, and that the trial races this weekend will aid in the preparation of the tracks for future races.

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