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The inaugural season of the CEAT Indian Supercross Racing League has been successful, with both homegrown and international racers getting a platform to showcase their skills and talent. Now, there’s more good news; it is coming back for a second season!

Details? There isn’t much available yet, but ISRL has told us that rider registrations will begin by the end of June 2024, following a surge in inquiries from riders globally. This shouldn’t come as a surprise, considering that the ISRL is the world’s first franchise-based supercross racing league. The second season will run for a period of 60 days from January 2025 till March 2025, with the rider auction set to take place in October 2024.

The upcoming second season will feature an expanded roster of races and stadiums, making the league even more accessible to motocross fans across the country, while also increasing awareness about the sport. Lastly, CEAT Tyres is set to continue its association with the Indian Supercross Racing League for the upcoming season.

The CS Santosh-led BigRock Motorsport ended up winning the inaugural season of the ISRL, with stellar performances from Matt Moss, Reid Taylor, and Thanarat Penjan. Let’s see what the next season has in store for us.