Amaron Pro Racing on Thursday announced the launch of India's largest karting challenge ‘Amaron Karting Challenge Season 3'.
The winner of AKC Season 3 will be rewarded with a scholarship of Rs. 10 lakhs. The top three finishers will get self autographed helmets of F1 driver Karun Chandok, the F2 champ and the GP2 driver Armaan Ebrahim and VW Schirocco Cup driver Aditya Patel.
The winner, in addition, will be nurtured by Amaron Pro Racing Academy with Meco Motorsports to race in the Rotax Max National Karting Championship. Amaron scholarship programme will further support the winner to get into international racing.
AKC Season 3 will target the top 300 schools in India. with more than 1.5 lakh students in the 12-16 age group. The ‘Amaron Karting Challenge', a talent hunt that scouts and discovers talent at the grass root level, will span across nine cities — Coimbatore, Goa Mumbai, Delhi, Kolhapur, Chennai, Chandigarh, Bangalore and Hyderabad.
Six participants from each region and a total of 54 racers from across India will compete in the grand finale to be held on 7th February in Hyderabad. — Special Correspondent