Most of the people think about that, starting Motorsports as a career only after the age of 18yrs. But in motorsports, some specific formats of the events does not require competitors must be above 18 years old and even no need to have a valid driving license.
According to the FMSCI rules and regulations competitors produce an NOC from their parents can take part in events like Supercross and Go Karting
Her we introduce current top Under 18 Supercross riders from India
14 years old boy from Pune have the solid racing background and he needs to take forward his family’s legacy, so he started his training very little age.
His father Mr. Gnyaneshwar Barguje,otherwise called Bala, is a former national motocross champion and winner of the Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Award. His Uncle Mr. Vijay Barguje and cousins, Yogesh and Vishal, are also top motocross racers.
Head of TVSRacing Arvind Pangaonkar, realized his potential of this teenage boy and give an opportunity to turn out to be a TVS Racer
Rugved achieved junior supercoss champion at the national level and also won the abroad country Sri Lankan junior motocross championship. In Asian Motocross Championship He ranks fifth at extraordinarily qualified riders participated
Yash Mohan Pawar
17 years old boy from Nasik, who is to face podium now been the part of TVS Racing Team giving him awesome backing This achievement got only because of his hefty practice, dedication and fondness for the sports which has brought Yash this far.
Racing keeps running in his the family father Mohan Pawar and Uncle Sambhaji Pawar were into racing.
He is enthusiast of rider C S Santosh only Indian who finished world’s toughest cross-country rally Dakar
15 years old Mumbai boy from ILandRacing Academy with the born spirit in motocross racing. He is from the Patel family his father Mr. Zubin Patel is an Ex – national champion Zubis sibling Rustom Patel is also an ex-national champion
kayan’s every step and every breath is related to the ILandRacing Academy for the reason that Rustom Patel (Zubis sibling) is running the ILandRacingAcademy.
A 17-year-old boy fulfilled his father long cherished the dream to become a successful Motocross rider in life. His father Jatinder Pal Singh, is a teacher at Government Model Senior Secondary School, who failed to sustain his career in biking because of lack of support and backups
Prithvi emerged a winner in the up to 165cc and local class categories in the Autocross and Motocross Championship held in Mohali 2015. He also finished as overall third in the Kerala and Goa Supercross events 2016 .He had earlier claimed the third position in Autocross and Motocross Championship organized by Meerut Motorsports Club in 2014.
Rishi Gomes and Amon Gomes
Rishi Gomes a 15-year-old and Amon Gomes a 14-year-old who are siblings from Goa with a strong racing background ,have done Goa reward by standing second and third respectively in the junior foreign category in the National supercross championship 2015.
Gomes brothers won this palm simply because of the endless support and guiding by their parents Ashley Gomes who himself was a very successful racer, and Deepali Gomes.
On race day Ashley Gomes their father, The President of Goa Motorsports association guidance Gomes brothers to focus on the first three positions, and they did exactly that.
They compete with top fast riders in the FIM Asian Motocross championship in Malaysia 2015, with the second hand racing bike, as exporting racing bikes to Malaysia is not possible for the Gomes Brothers.
These children are the real heroes and crowd pullers. The people who are watching their riding skills dedicate a thundering ovation.
Current supercross legends from India CS Santosh ,Aravind KP and Jinan CD have started their career after completing their 18yers of age but these boys are racers and champions at their very early age. so we can expect something more from these boys, they will exceed all the expectations and limitations too.
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