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MRF Challenge (2000 and 1600)
CategorySingle seaters
CountryBased in India, Races in other Asian countries as well
Inaugural season2013
ConstructorsDallara (2000)
Engine suppliers2.0 litre Renault (2000)
1.6 litre Ford (1600)
Tyre suppliersMRF
Drivers' championBelgium Michelangelo Amendola
Official websiteOfficial website[dead link]
Motorsport current event.svg
Current season

MRF Challenge is an open-wheel motorsport formula based in India organized by Madras Motor Sports Club. This was India's first and only FIA approved and inscribed international series. This was promoted as a Winter series where young and upcoming racing drivers could get valuable seat and track time during the off-season months in competitive tracks in Asia. This was supported by MRF Ltd in its entirety and was a unique concept of "Arrive and Drive" which meant that the drivers would not have the hassle of making all arrangements. They would pay for a seat in the Championship and everything would be taken care of by the organizers.

Point system

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   Pole   FL 
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 2 2


MRF Challenge Formula 2000

Season Champion Second Third
2012–13 United States Conor Daly United Kingdom Jordan King United Kingdom Luciano Bacheta
2013–14 United Kingdom Rupert Svendsen-Cook Cyprus Tio Ellinas France Arthur Pic
2014–15 United Kingdom Toby Sowery United Kingdom Ryan Cullen India Raj Bharath
2015–16 Brazil Pietro Fittipaldi Colombia Tatiana Calderón Russia Nikita Troitskiy
2016–17 United Kingdom Harrison Newey Australia Joey Mawson Germany Mick Schumacher
2017–18 Brazil Felipe Drugovich Indonesia Presley Martono Netherlands Rinus van Kalmthout
2018–19 United Kingdom Jamie Chadwick Belgium Max Defourny Finland Patrik Pasma
2019–20 Belgium Michelangelo Amendola Australia Dylan Young United Kingdom Josh Mason

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