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Red Rooster to set up state-of-the-art facility

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  • Red Rooster to set up state-of-the-art facility

    Source: Red Rooster to set up state-of-the-art facility - Yahoo! India News

    Thu, Apr 2 05:43 PM
    Bangalore, April 2 (IANS) India will soon have its own state-of-the-art facility that will prepare vehicles, both cars and bikes, for racing and rallying.

    Bangalore-based Red Rooster Racing is in the process of setting up Red Rooster Performance (RRP) facility on the outskirts of the city and will soon open similar workshops at select locations across India, according to the team's managing director Dinesh Reddy.
    Speaking on the sidelines of the launch of the Red Rooster Racing contingent of rally and racing teams in both two and four-wheeler categories here Thursday, Reddy said the RRP will be equipped with latest state-of-the-art equipment.

    'The facility in Bangalore is likely to go into production in the next six weeks or so. At a later stage, we plan to open similar facilities across the country,' Reddy said.

    The RRP will also cater to modification of street vehicles, be it cars or bikes, besides preparing motor sport machines.

    Speaking to IANS, seven times National rally champion Narayanaswamy Leelakrishnan who will be in charge of the facility, said: 'I always wanted to set up such a facility. For me, it is a dream come true. We will have separate teams to handle street vehicles and the racing/rallying machines.'

    Indo Asian News Service
    Last edited by HydBiker; 04-02-2009, 10:57 PM.

  • #2
    News Approved.


    • #3
      One question. Is the workshop going to target SBKs and imports only or also Indian bikes + cars?
      DoN\'t LivE tO DiE, dIe tO LiVe


      • #4
        Indian street cars, Yes. Existing Indian bikes, I don't think so as of now. Not sure of the imports though. As the original post says they are predominantly focusing on tuning for the track. This is as per a reliable team-bhpian whose close friend is involved in the project. Also, it is being touted as a very ambitious project which is aiming at setting benchmarks in south east Asia. The tuning scene in Bangalore and India will be huge if this works out.


        • #5
          wow... thats real neat.. !

          now all we need is a track.. !


          - You spend half your life before you realize your are ordinary, you then, either are too lazy to change or you do the extraordinary and change the world!



          • #6
            This is really a wonderfull news, We will have great professionals tuning street bikes and cars. Good news for those who are looking for modification stuff.


            • #7
              Nice find HydBiker!

              Waiting to see further developments!