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Entries invited for The Dirt Chase 2017 Chandigarh

The Dirt Park

The Dirt Chase 2017 will be held on 19-20th August in Dirt Park Racing Track Chandigarh owned by Sarah Kashyap, the only Indian woman to finish all major motorsport rallies in India

Classes’ categories by

Indian Bikes: Upto 165cc, Upto 210cc, Upto 500cc (Small cc bikes can participate in upper cc class)

Foreign Bikes Open

Royal Enfield: 350cc, 500cc, Himalayan class

Triumph Tiger Class

Yezdi Class

Ladies Class

Registration Cost: 1200/- INR for the main class, 800/- INR for additional entry in another class.

19th August: Documentation & Kit Distribution.

20th August: THE CHASE.

For registrations, contact +91 9884836307

Special gifts & rewards for all participants and Practice sessions allowed at the track.

Track location 8kms from Decathlon Zirakpur (going towards delhi), 3kms before Derabassi toll, on the right side of the road (next to Haldirams)

Sarah Kashyap now hopes to give young aspirants access to racing tracks with her Dirt Park on the outskirts of Chandigarh.

Sarah Kashyap in front of The Dirt Park
Sarah Kashyap in front of The Dirt Park

She leased 5.25 acres, full of wild bushes, at a monthly rental of Rs1.75 lakh. In about three months, by June, the Kashyaps had the facility up and running. The Dirt Park now houses an autocross track and a motocross track, and work is in progress to make it a complete practice facility for off-roading experts and enthusiasts.

Professional autocross track designer and rally driver Sudev Brar, Himalayan Motorsport Association president Vijay Parmar and national motocross champion Suhail Ahmed chipped in with their expertise in designing the circuit.

She explains mind behind the Dirt Park “One is emotional, because there is no such facility in or around Chandigarh. Secondly, I do see it as an industry and people getting interested in off-road riding. The best example of that is that the people who did not share my vision earlier, now look impressed and interested.”