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Rainforest Problem India to be held from July 23-30 | Autocar India

Written by Gulati

A complete of 28 groups have signed as much as compete on this yr’s Rainforest Problem India to be held in Goa.

Rainforest Problem (RFC) India is again for its eighth version, which shall be held in Goa from July 23-30. This sees the off-road occasion return to its typical July-end monsoon slot, after the earlier two years had been impacted by the pandemic – the 2020 version was cancelled and the 2021 version pushed to late-August.

  • Winners will progress to RFC Grand Finale in Malaysia
  • Returns to its July-end schedule after 2 years
  • three new groups have joined this yr

Rainforest Problem format

Rainforest Problem India is extensively thought to be one of the crucial difficult off-road competitions within the nation, and, over time, it has amassed a cult following. The occasion is part of the RFC World Sequence, with winners of the India leg progressing to the Grand Last in Malaysia to be held between November 27 and December 8.

The occasion checks the opponents’ driving and automobile restoration expertise, teamwork, in addition to bodily and psychological endurance underneath excessive off-road situations. Every staff – comprising a driver and co-driver – should make it by means of 26 Particular Phases (SS). RFC India follows a factors system, so the staff with the utmost factors on the finish of all levels shall be topped winners.

28 groups join 2022 Rainforest Problem India

28 groups from throughout India have signed as much as compete on this yr’s occasion. This consists of 9 groups from Telangana, six from Maharashtra, 4 from Goa, three from Delhi, two every from Arunachal Pradesh and Karanataka, and one every from Kerala and Chandigarh.

“Over time, RFC India has emerged not solely because the nation’s most prestigious off-roading competitors, but in addition a week-long congregation of off-roaders from throughout India the place they trade concepts, experiences and technical data,” mentioned Ashish Gupta, founder and director, Cougar Motorsport (organisers of RFC India). “It’s encouraging to see the game rising with new expertise coming ahead yearly. There are three new entrants this yr as properly and I’m trying ahead to one more implausible version. I’m excited to see what new tips, strategies and surprises the contestants have in retailer for us.”

Gerrari Offroaders Chandigarh’s Kabir Waraich and co-driver Dushyant Khosla received final yr’s Rainforest Problem India.

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