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Factory Mahindra driver Gaurav Gill says Maruti Suzuki should see cross-country rallying as more than a “competition to win”, following the manufacturer’s abrupt exit from Indian motorsports.
Factory Mahindra driver Gaurav Gill has dropped out of contention in Desert Storm after losing over an hour in the penultimate leg due to a technical issue.
MRF driver Gaurav Gill finished 12th on his and the Indian tyre manufacturer’s second World Rally Championship appearance in Finland.
Gaurav Gill will drive a Ford Fiesta R5 as part of his planned four-rally WRC2 campaign with MRF, Motorsport.com can reveal.
Mahindra’s Gaurav Gill won the season-concluding K-1000 Rally in Bangalore to clinch his fifth Indian National Rally Championship (INRC) title.
With Gaurav Gill lifting his third APRC crown, Arjun Maini finishing on the podium in GP3 and Force India continuing its strong F1 run, it was a weekend to rejoice for Indian motorsport fans.
2017 F1 and GP3 seasons will conclude on the final weekend of November, while Indian rallying fans will be treated to APRC action in Chikmagalur. Weekend preview…
Several Indians drivers impressed during an action-packed weekend, with Jehan Daruvala managing a top-five finish in European F3 and Aditya Patel scoring a double podium in Blancpain GT Asia.
Team Mahindra Adventure’s Gaurav Gill (co-driver Musa Sherif) took an emphatic victory in the third round of the Indian National Rally Championship, the Rally of Rajasthan.
Force India scored a big chunk of points at the Singapore Grand Prix, while Gaurav Gill claimed his second APRC win of 2017 in Japan. We sum up all the action from the weekend.
Force India and Gaurav Gill will raise the Indian flag across Asia this weekend, while plenty of races are scheduled within the country as well. Here’s the full list.
India’s top rally driver Gaurav Gill, Mahindra Racing and several Indian racers will be in action across Europe and Asia. Full list...
2017 has turned out to be a highly successful year for Indian racing drivers and teams, with six of them having won a major international race or rally in the first six months. We recap their winning moments.
Ameya Vaidyanathan scored his maiden EuroFormula Open victory last weekend, while Gaurav Gill brought more silverware for India in the Australian round of APRC.
Force India, Gaurav Gill and Narain Karthikeyan are some of the most prominent Indian teams and drivers who will be in action this weekend across the globe.
India’s Gaurav Gill overturned a 33.2s deficit in Sunday’s final leg to win the opening round of Asia-Pacific Rally Championship in New Zealand.
Norwegian Ole Christian Veiby led defending champion and MRF teammate Gaurav Gill in the first leg of APRC Rally Whangarei in New Zealand.
India’s highest profile rally driver Gaurav Gill has set his sights on winning the 2017 APRC title, but admits that a third crown won’t come as easy some of his previous ones.
Two-time Asia-Pacific Rally Champion Gaurav Gill is confident that India can pull off a WRC event in near future, despite the challenges posed by an event of such a magnitude.
Top Indian rallyists Gaurav Gill and CS Santosh will headline the inaugural P1 Powerboat race in Mumbai next month, it has been announced.
Two-time Asia Pacific Rally Champion Gaurav Gill has been honoured with the Motorsports Person of the Year Award at the annual Federation of Motor Sports CIubs of India prize gala.
The 2016 season saw 10 Indian experienced campaigners competing in various championships around the world, with five completing a full season. Here's a look at their performances.
Newly-crowned double APRC champion Gaurav Gill headed the timesheets in the opening leg of Rally of India, as Team MRF teammate Fabian Kreim suffered an early retirement.
Team MRF's Gaurav Gill with co-driver Glenn Macneall took his second Asia-Pacific Rally Championship title after winning the Malaysian Rally at Johor, on Sunday.
Gaurav Gill feels positive about his chances of winning his second Asia-Pacific Rally Championship title, after having made a stellar start to the 2016 season.
2013 Asia-Pacific Rally Champion Gaurav Gill overturned a 4.6s deficit to MRF teammate Fabian Kreim, to take victory in Rally Whangarei.
Asia-Pacific Rally Championship debutant Fabian Kreim continues to lead MRF teammate Gaurav Gill after the second day of Rally Whangarei in New Zealand.
Fabian Kreim headed teammate Gaurav Gill at the end of the opening day of Rally Whangarei, in the Asia-Pacific Rally Championship.
Gaurav Gill says he is keen on putting the last two seasons behind him as he prepares for his sixth full campaign in Asia Pacific Rally championship this season.
Mahindra Racing demonstrated its racing machines at the Buddh International Circuit, with Nick Heidfeld and Danny Webb behind the wheels of M2Electro and MGP30 respectively.
Seven of the Indian experienced campaigners competed across various championships around the globe. Darshan Chokhani reviews their performance over the season.
A second place finish at the season-concluding Rally Chikmagalur was enough for Mysore’s Lohitt Urs and co-driver Shrikanth Gowda to clinch the 2015 Indian Rally Championship title last weekend.
Pontus Tidemand and co-driver Emil Axelsson took their fourth victory of the APRC season in the curtain-closing Rally China on Sunday, ending a dominant year on a high note.
Pontus Tidemand was crowned as the 2015 Asia Pacific Rally Champion after India’s Gaurav Gill retired with mechanical gremlins in Rally Hokkaido last weekend.
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International Rally of Whangarei victory goes to Paddon Kiwi rally drivers Hayden Paddon and John Kennard stamped their dominance on the International Rally of Whangarei from the very first stage of the two-day event, leading through both days to ...
Paddon overnight leader for International Rally of Whangarei Top Kiwi driver Hayden Paddon has a commendable lead in the International Rally of Whangarei midway through the two-day event. Paddon, from Geraldine, and his Blenheim-based ...