RFC India, which was launched in 2014 as the India Chapter of the iconic Rainforest Challenge of Malaysia and the country's first international off-road motorsport event, is here to stay. Delhi-based Cougar Motorsport Pvt. Ltd., which had signed a three-year franchise agreement with RFC in February 2014, has extended the agreement for another three years.
In the last couple of months, Cougar Motorsport has taken a host of measures to encourage the budding Indian off-roading community in the country. The recently held RFC mother event in Malaysia was attended by fourteen Indian off-roaders who have been a part of the last couple of editions of RFC India.
The objective behind arranging the event was to help Indian off-roaders in exploring the mother event and learn from the extreme level of strategies and teamwork adopted. Now that the competitors are experienced, the RFC team is expected to come up with some advanced level strategies in their own performance in the 2016 edition of Force Gurkha RFC India.
Cougar Motorsport has also introduced North and South regional chapters in Force Gurkha RFC India, which will be held in January 2016 in Chandigarh and Bangalore in partnership with Gerrari Offroaders Chandigarh and Bangalore Offroaders Development Association (BODA) respectively. The winners of both the editions will get a free entry for Force Gurkha RFC India 2016.