T1 Prima Truck Racing Championship 2015

  |    March 13th, 2015   |   162

Greater Noida 13 March 2015(N4C Sports)- After a spectacular action-packed Truck Racing event last year, Tata Motors will kick-off Season II of the T1 PRIMA TRUCK RACING CHAMPIONSHIP 2015, at Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida beginning Saturday, March 14. The main race will be held on Sunday, March 15.T1 Prima Truck Racing-Logo

With Season I having concluded in grand style, some intense racing, edge-of-the-seat overtaking and high speed corner action, cheered on by an audience of over 20,000 people, season II of the T1 PRIMA TRUCK RACING CHAMPIONSHIP 2015 will once again feature 12 Tata PRIMA race trucks built for the purpose, driven by experienced international truck racing drivers from the acclaimed British & European Truck Racing championships.

New to Season II are the Tata PRIMA race trucks boasting over 20% more speed (upto 135 km/hr), a new aerodynamic design, with 10% increased acceleration and 10% weight reduction, for some more power packed-action over last year.

Season II will entail Two Free Practice sessions and a Qualifying Race on Saturday, March 14, followed by an 8 lap Super Qualifier and a 16 lap Final Race on Sunday, March 15.

For Season II WABCO, JK Tyres, Cummins, Castrol and Tata Technologies are the main sponsors, Setco Automotive and Tata Motors Finance, are sponsors of Team Allied Partners.

The six teams for the T1 PRIMA TRUCK RACING CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON II are –

1)     Team Castrol Vecton

2)     Team Cummins

3)     Team Tata Technologies Motorsports

4)     Team Allied Partners

5)     Team Dealer Warriors

6)     Team Dealer Daredevils

The debut season of the T1 PRIMA TRUCK RACING CHAMPIONSHIP was won by Team Castrol Vecton, followed by Team Cummins and Team Tata Technologies Motor Sports. Last year’s winners from these teams – Stuart Oliver, Dave Jenkins and Mathew Summerfield, will be back once again to reclaim glory.

Having recently announced the T1 PRIMA TRUCK RACING CHAMPIONSHIP as an annual event, Tata Motors has also conceptualised and introduced a new Indian Drive Selection and Training Program for 2016, to induct and mould potential Indian truck drivers into T1’s FUTURE. This program not only enhances potential driving skills, but has an ultimate goal of creating well-­‐rounded truck racing drivers.