Competition categories were Indian Expert Foreign Class motorcycles upto 500cc, 2 & 4 stroke (two motos nine laps each), Private Foreign M/c up to 260cc, 2 & 4 stroke, (two motos nine laps each), Indian Expert M/c up to 260cc 2 & 4 stroke (two motos seven laps each), Private Expert M/c up to 260cc, 2 & 4 stroke, (two motos seven laps each), Local (Nashik) Class Foreign M/c up to 260cc, 2 & 4 stroke, (one moto seven laps), Novice Class M/c up to 260cc, 2 & 4 stroke, (one moto five laps).
Ravi Chawla, president Gulf Oil said, “After receiving excellent response for the dirt track, we thought of bringing in a more exciting challenge for racing enthusiasts with the Gulf Supecorss. As Gulf Oil has always promoted various motorsports at the global level, we are constantly looking at supporting and sponsoring these sports. With the remarkable success of Supercross we are further encouraged to bring you more exciting motorsports from Gulf Oil in future.”
Sportscraft boss Shrikant Karani said, “No one will say this was the inaugural event on Kute’s Supercross Track. It was simply fantastic. It had everything in.”