RACR [Rajini Academy of Competitive Racing] is a top Academy in India that has graduated more than 3000 Riders/Racers across the world since 2015. RACR is a brainchild of Rajini Krishnan, India’s most successful Motorcycle Racer, and the Fastest Indian in Two wheels. It has been his dream to start a motorcycle riding and competitive racing training academy. The reason is two-fold, One – To help riders develop their inherent potential and Two – To be able to give back something to this sport that has made him what he is, today. He is a Nine-time India National Champion, Malaysian Superbike 1000 CC Champion, Lossail Asian Champion, Qatar 600 cc Champion and multiple podium holder in multiple International Championships. He has the honor of making the mark in FIM Endurance World Championship and he is the only Indian to make it happen.


affiliated Racing School

RACR Academy has produced more National Champions than any other academy in the Country. It has the privilege of setting up a racing platform for the young riders by introducing most talented academy graduates in Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championships and making them Champions. Not only Indian National Championships, But Our Academy graduates have also even been introduced to a lot of International Championships and flying the Tri-Color flag all across the globe.

RACR Sportsbike School was started in September 2015 which is an FMSCI affiliated Racing School. The goal is to create a good training platform for Motorcycle Enthusiasts across the country to help them understand the Riding/Racing better and to enhance their skills. We have the most experienced training team where the students will be trained by the Multiple Time National Champions and people who mastered this sport for many years. We follow structured training modules designed by Rajini and our senior instructors, discussing all-important techniques of sport riding, which guides trainees through the basics to expert levels. This helps the riders extract the best out of their machines as well as themselves in a track environment.