The Champions Yacht Club headed by the Champions group has won the bid for promoter rights of the FMSCI Indian National Rally Championship series for starting from 2019 till 2021. The promotions include TV rights, media rights; offline and online promotions for the next 3 years.
The bids for the premier series national championship were revealed in the presence of the representatives of various organizations at Chennai on December 19th 2018. The director of Champions Yacht Club, Vamcy Merla who is the brainchild of one of the most successful rallying teams in the country, Team Champions was present during the event.
The Chairman of the Champions group Subhakar Rao and Vamcy Merla have some grand plans for the INRC, some of them being supporting ten talented newcomers to the sport along with ten women drivers. "The primary plan is to offer a special recognition award with an amount of 2.5 lakhs INR for the shining star of the INRC-3 class (Group-N)." announced CEO Chairman’s’ group Subhakar Rao. “We also have plans of awarding a cash prize of 2.5 lakhs for the best rally organizing club in a bid to improve the standards of the rallies run in India."
The Champions group is inculcating new and innovative methods to make the rally events in the country close to International standards and all set to bid for the promoter rights for the FMSCI INRC and the Indian National Autocross Championship (INAC) for the 2019 season.
Having a strong foothold in the digital marketing space for more that 10+ years, Champions Group is already planning a robust combination of innovative digital marketing initiatives that is bound to get the Indian Auto Racing Champions noticed across the global platform. With the Media rights on its side, Champions Group will be providing a great platform for the auto racing stars to carve a niche for the country along with a powerful digital marketing platform to aid the overall purpose. Not just branding but this endeavor can have a profound impact on how Indian auto racing championships will be perceived globally; opening up new avenues for combined world championships in the future ahead.