Dakar 2017 was CS Santosh’s coming of age

A detailed analysis of CS Santosh's third Dakar outing Every year in January, a bunch of off-road enthusiasts – the world’s toughest ones, to be fair – packs their bags and heads to South America for an adventure known as the Dakar Rally. Covering almost 10000 km of the toughest

CS Santosh: Chasing Rainbows

What's life without the possibility of a seemingly impossible challenge? ~ CS Santosh India: It’s not just a country of a billion people, it’s also a country starved of athletes; and world class Motorsport athletes come few and far between. Hence, with a lack of infrastructure and too few competitive rallies,

The Indian who tamed Dakar: CS Santosh

One in a billion CS Santosh unfurls tiranga at Dakar’s finish line. First Indian to do so. CS Santosh recently eclipsed the epitome of endurance racing – the Dakar. And if you’re unaware of that then you’ve either been living under a rock or a mountain. Over the years, Santosh has

Desert Storm: a piece of cake for Santosh

CS Santosh zips his way to victory at the Desert Storm 2015. But we caught up with him. The name CS Santosh has become synonymous with speed and success. Last 12 months have been uber successful for CS Santosh – the fastest Indian on two wheels. The string of successes

The crazy side of Raid de Himalaya

Going beyond all the seriousness and hardwork, we look at the quirky side of India's toughest rally - Raid de Himalaya Disclaimer: The article was first published by the author on RedBull.com

What does it take to win a rally?

We get a low down about rallying from the experienced personnel of Indian rallying fraternity One of the world’s most grueling Motorsport events – Dakar Rally – is underway where an Indian rider CS Santosh is participating for the very first time. While the Bangalore-lad is busy tackling the dirty, gravel

Jagmeet Gill: Engineered to win

An engineer and a management graduate, Jagmeet Gill takes the chequered flag at Raid de Himalaya 2013 Doctor-engineer syndrome has grappled psyche of Indians since ages. Jagmeet Gill also got bit by the bug but eventually found his calling in the form of octane power. The 30-year-old Electronics Engineer. Gill won the