Raptors Rally School - Gypsies & Snow, Manali 2014 || By Karan K Gupta

Man’s passion & love for sports has been since mankind came into existence. It’s just that with time various forms of different sports kept evolving & entertaining. One such exhilarating sport is known as MOTOSPORTS. First contest was held way back in 1887. Since then various formats have been designed to test endurance of man & machine. 

India too off lately has witnessed surge in Motorsport related activities. Many Indians have made their presence felt in events worldwide. The sport still involves high investments but with time it’s attracting more and more enthusiasts.

The article you are going to read is about newly formed RAPTORS RALLY SCHOOL, which has come up in Manali. Veteran rallyist Mr Suresh Rana is spearheading the school as chief instructor, just with one motto in mind, “To impart what he has learned to young enthusiasts”. 

I was there in Manali when 2nd Batch was successfully conducted amid first snowfall of season. Hope you enjoy the write up.

Raptors Rally School runs a two day Basic rally training Program for participant enthusiasts who converge in Manali from different parts of India. The students are provided hands on experience with a rally prepared Maruti Gypsy. 

The basic motto as in words of Mr. Suresh Rana is to make sure that if any enthusiast aims to participate in any cross country rallying event in future, he must be well equipped & learned to finish the event as huge investments are involved right from getting the vehicle ready to participation fees etc.  

Main focus is on following points:-
1) Getting the vehicle prepared.
2) Do’s & Don’ts during event.

6 students were imparted training during Batch 2. By the end of Day 2 of training, it started to snow in Manali. A few pictures depicting fresh snowfall are attached.

For more information you can contact:- raptorsrallyschool@gmail.com


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