Force Motors is popularly known for making the LCVs that are most probably used in the rural and semi-urban areas. After the launch of ‘Force One’ it leads the transformation to a new segment which is quite more lucrative – and that’s the “SUVs”.
Taking that plight further on, the Force Motors is entitled to be the title sponsor of Rainforest Challenge in India, tagged as “Force Gurkha RFC India 2014?.
Well, that’s also the Gurkha which is recently launched and touted as the next baton of Pune based carmaker to foray deep into the segment of off-roader.
Commemorating about the Rainforest Challenge in detail, it was first launched in Malaysia in 1997 and is amongst the Top Ten Toughest motor races in the world. It is a global strain with presence in seven countries; Italy, Australia, Russia, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Tunisia, and Plates.
The Force Gurkha RFC India 2014 will take on the routes in the forests of southern Goa from August 8 to August 14 this year.
Commenting about the challenge, Force Motor’s Administration Boss, Prasan Firodia said, “For Force Gurkha there could have been no better synergy than this extreme off-roading consequence. The RFC India 2014 is a splendid platform for the Force Gurkha. I believe the off-roading convergence in India is equipped for intense challenges and now has a global platform to test their mettle and bring to somebody’s attention their cleverness levels.”
Force Gurkha RFC India 2014 is reported to have maintained the entire standard that its Malaysian version had. The drivers will be will be given subjects like incessant rain, steep slippery slopes, deep ruts, gullies, flooded rivers, and landslides, all with fascinating and unpredictable twists.
Force Gurkha RFC India 2014 will have 4 levels of increasing difficulties; Preface, Killer, Terminator and Twilight. The participants have to complete all 30 Special Stages across a crowd of obstacles, to be declared as by and large winners.
But agreed the fact that the consequence is in its first year in India, the seven education and two by and large rankings – with one for foreign entries and another for Indian entries – have been kept bendable.
Ashish Gupta; Founder and Boss Cougar Motorsport said, “It will be fascinating to see how well Indian off-roaders stand up to unpredictable jungles amidst perpetually wet conditions without bringing up the rear their cool. This consequence paves way for the off-roading in India. I am fortunate to also announce that the winning team in this challenge will get an automatic entry to the RFC consequence in Malaysia”.