It is unthinkable and unfair that a 800cc car can compete against a 2500cc one or against a motorcycle. And also equally unfair for first time newbie to be competing against a top professional or an expert.
So in order to even out competition groups and classes are formed as described below. Please take a while to read through and understand. We are available for answering any queries or questions through email by clicking here.
Please do read FAQ’s section also as many questions are already answered there.
4 Wheeler GROUPS
There are three groups for 4 wheelers.
- Zip: This is for newbies to motorsports. Only for first time entrants to any form of motorsports.
- Zap: This is for non-experts in motorsports. Participants, while not new, but have not won any top honours in the past events. All modifications are allowed in terms of suspension, tuning etc. to the cars.
- Zoom: This group is for people who are experts and have won overall or class positions in previous competitions.
A non-expert can participate in group for experts but not other way around. A person can participate in one or the other group but not both:
CLASSES : Each group is further broken down in to classes based on the vehicle engine capacity. For vehicles with any form of forced induction system or gas charge systems – O.E. or aftermarket – the engine capacity will be multiplied by a factor of 1.5 to determine the class of participation. This keeps competition fair and interesting.
**2WD Below 1200cc
**2WD From 1200cc <1600cc
**2WD From 1600cc <2000cc
**AWD/4WD < 2000cc
**Young Guns – Less than 21 years
2 Wheeler GROUPS
There in only one group within category for 2 wheeler competition. Further this group will be broken down in to following classes:
**From 135cc <165cc
**From 165cc <265cc
**From 265cc <400cc