RACR Sportbike School Instructors

Rajini Krishnan

  • Nine time consecutive national road racing Champion in multiple categories.
  • First Indian to win an overseas motorcycle racing championship.
  • Overseas appearances and podiums include.
  • Champion -2015 Malaysia Super bike championship ( 1000 cc open class).
  • Champion - Losail Asian Championship - Qatar: 600cc (2012 - 2013).
  • Losail Asian Championship – Qatar.
  • First Indian to take part in FIM World Endurance 24 Hours Championship - 2010.
  • First Indian to win podium - 3rd place in ARRC (FIM Asian Championship)-600cc -2009.
  • Currently riding in the prestigious "Malaysian Super Series" in the 1000cc category.

Jagan Kumar

  • National Champion 6 times - 2009,2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
  • Runner Up National Championship- 2011
  • 1st Indian to win in ARRC Race 150cc (Indonesia) - 2015
  • Won several podium finishes in Asia Cup - 2009, 2010, 2011

Navneet Muralidhara

  • Navaneeth Muralidhara started his track riding days in December 2013.
  • He turned professional track instructor in 2014 and in 2015 began instructing as a profession.
  • He was officially instructing for KTM as a race track instructor and also used to conduct Orange days for KTM.
  • He also was a superbike instructor for Kawasaki in 2015 where he used to instruct on a ZX10RR and Z800.
  • He also used to conduct Slow riding techniques for Kawasaki owners.
  • He has instructed on all the race tracks in India like BIC, MMRT and Kari and instructed on all bikes starting from a 150cc to a 1000cc bike.
  • He is an expert in teaching beginners and loves teaching new students .

Jaideep Gowtham

  • Jaideep Gautam has been riding super bikes since 2007 and has been riding on track since 2013.
  • He is a runner up in the 600cc superbike category race conducted by MRF in 2015 at chennai and also participated in the JK tyre superbike race held at Buddh international circuit in October 2015.
  • He graduated with distinction from the Honda Ron Haslam school at Donnington park , UK and is one of the few Indians to have visited and ridden at the world famous IOM TT course in 2013.
  • He is also a CSS level 3 graduate.
  • He has been instructing with RACR since 2017 and instructs in both level 1 and 2 classes.
  • He also helps and mentors professional racers in mental focus, fitness and nutrition related aspects.
  • His personal bike on track is a Triumph Daytona 675r

Prabhu Arunagiri

  • Group D 165cc National Champion 2010 (intermediate class)
  • Honda stunner one make Champion 2010 (expert class)
  • Group D 165cc Champion 2011 MRF challenge
  • Group D 165cc 3rd overall (National )Champion 2011
  • Honda cbr 250 2nd overall Champion 2012
  • 3rd runner up Group C 165cc (National )Champion 2016.

Naresh Babu

  • 2014 - Honda One make National Champion.
  • 2014 - Silver Winner 165cc Stock National championship.
  • 2014 - Silver winner TVS One make National Championship.
  • 2014 - Bronze winner Yamaha one make Championship.
  • 2015 - 8th over all in Honda 250r Open make Championship.
  • 2016 - 7th over all in Pro-stock National Championship.
  • 2016 - 1 Win and 5 podium finishes in SBK 1000cc Support National Championship

Shivanesan

Shivanesan is a very promising rider with very good bike setup and technical skills. He is from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He started professional racing in 1997. A few of his achievements are
  • 1997 - Suzuki Novice 110cc 2nd overall in riders championship.
  • 1997 - Suzuki RGV 120Ccc Overall Champion
  • 1998 - 3rd Overall in FIM ASIA ROAD RACING

Arun Ambat

Arun is an extremely experienced and technically proficient motorcycle rider. He has been riding for more that 25 years and is one of the pioneers of superbike racing in India. His riding style is naturally fast and smooth. He conducts the classroon sessions and has created the curricuclam for RACR training based of his immense understanding of motorcycles and riding techniques with expert tips and inputs from the pro-racers.

Alex Cudlin

Alex Cudlin is an extremely talented and successful motorcycle racer from Australia. He will be one of our chief instructors. A few of his achievements are listed below.
  • 1x endurance World Cup champion
  • 1x Endurance World Champion
  • 5x Qatar superbike Champion

Raced in world Sbk and Moto2 Grand Prix.

Nina Prinz

Nina prinz is an exceptionally fast motorcycle racer from Germany. She started with pocket bike championships and went all the way to a Moto 2 ride in the Moto GP Championships. She brings her unique skillsets and perspective to help the participants of RACR. A few of her achievements are:
  • 2014: Moto2 World Championship, German GP Sachsenring.
  • 2013: Third place overall Qatar Superbike Championship
  • 2012: World Endurance Race
  • 2007: European Women's Champion - Superstock 1000
  • 2008: International German Supersport 600 Championship

Andrew Stone

Andrew has used his passion for motorsport and his desire to maximise his performance to achieve podium results at the World Championship level that others would have considered impossible. Using his past experience as a rider himself, he has a unique combination of skills that enable him to ensure that both rider and machine perform at their best. As a businessman first and foremost, Andrew has been able to utilise all of these skills and together with his self motivation and incredibly competitive nature he has delivered a truly impressive record of achievements. A few of his achievements are
  • 2015: Crew chief for Honda and Gino Rea - 3rd in first round.
  • 2014: Technical Director - Mahi Kawasaki Racing Team India (WSBK Championship)
  • 2013: Technical Director - Mahi Kawasaki Racing Team India (WSBK Championship)
  • 2012: Technical Manager at Intermoto with ex-world champion Fabien Foret
  • 2010: Crew Chief for Intermoto with Gino Rea
  • 2009: Managed Gino Rea Won the European Superbike Super stock 600 Championship
  • 2008: European Superbike Superstock 600 Championship Riders - Dan Linfoot and Gino Rea, finished 3rd and 5th in the European title
  • 2007: European Superstock Championship with Gino Rea Podium finish in his first season of European racing