Pune Invitational Supercross League Vadodara Connection come in the form of Lilleria Motorsports, a venture by Lilleria Group.

Lilleria Group Enters into the field of Supercross Racing by Buying a Race Team in the FRanchise based Supercross Racing League in Pune.

Mr. Veer Patel MD - Lilleria Group, comes back to racing by supporting the cause.

A rider and a multiple national champion now backs and sponsors racing which is his passion.

The Entire Team at Pune Invitational Supercross is thrilled and exited by the Participation of Lilleria Motor Sports and welcomes them on board for the Biggest Supercross Racing Event in India.

 
Team LilleriaIn Collaboration Vilo Events

Lilleria Group Enters into the field of Supercross Racing by Buying a Race Team in the FRanchise based Supercross Racing League in Pune.

Lilleria Group was an Associate Sponsor of Pashankar Racing Supercross/Motocross team which debuted in August 2008 in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh at the opening round of the MRF Supercross Series. The team won both the series – National Dirt Track Championship and Supercross/Motocross Championship. As the team was on the verge of calling off in 2010, Lilleria entered with its own national team. With modest goals for the rookie year, the team garnered more individual attention with its innovative entry to action sports through press and TV coverage than any other team on the circuit, all in its first racing season itself.

Tagged as the numerouno motocross and supercross racing team in India, Lilleria racing consists of a six member crew with one rider and is equipped with the best machines of CRF250R 2012 models.It has bagged 2 national titles in the year 2009 and 2012. The team has bagged so many awards that no team could ever dream of achieving that level of success in India.

In 2015, the team was launched in Srilanka for racing the Supercross & Motorcross championships. The team hired Karan Karle from Pune who is the youngest racer in India to race for the Team.

Veer Patel lifts National title

After some strange twists and turns, and some heady jumps, Vadodara's Veer Patel emerged as the national champion in the glamorous Foreign Open class in the MRF National Supercross Championship Kalamassery, on Sunday. Final placings (Kochi round): Foreign Open: Moto 1: 1. C.S. Santosh (TVS Racing/ Bangalore), 2. Veer Patel (Vadadora), 3. Harith Noah (TVS Racing/Palakkad). Moto 2: 1. Veer Patel (37 points from two rounds), 2. C.S. Santosh (37 pts), 3.Harith Noah (30). Indian Experts (Class 3, Group B): 1. Harith Noah (TVS Racing, 20 pts), 2. Adnaan Ahmed (TVS Racing, 17), 3. Pramod Joshua (TVS Racing, 15). Indian Experts (Class 5, Group C): 1. Abdul Tanvir (Mysore, 20 pts), 2. Pramod Joshua (TVS Racing, 17), 3. R. Nataraj (TVS Racing, 15). Novices (Class 2, Group C): 1. Yuva Kumar (TVS Racing, 20 pts), 2. Abdul Tanvir (Mysore, 17), 3. Sharath Kumar (Bangalore).

Veer creates history

Pune: Defying all odds Baroda rider Veer Patel created history of sorts when he became the first privateer to clinch the MRF National Supercross championship in the Foreign Open (Class 1, Group A) category. The concluding round of the six-leg championship was held at the Shahu College ground, Sahakarnagar on Saturday evening. The factory supported TVS Racing team have dominated the sport for some years now.This tradition was broken by the eighteen-year-old Patel who represents Pune-based Team Pashankarracing.It was a memorable moment for the latter as two of the riders grabbed podium spots. Patel finished second in both motos in round 6 to finish with an overall aggregate of 203 points. Arvind K.P. of TVS Racing took second spot with 177 points while Pune privateer Eeshan Lokhande was third logging 169 points. Lokhande is backed by Team Pashankar racing. It feels good to win the title. All my hard work of training in America has paid off. I plan to return and defend my title next year, said Patel who has been in the sport for three years now.

City's youngest biker organizes Gujarat's first motocross training camp

VADODARA: Bikers aspiring to take up Motocross Racing professionally and make it big at both national and international level will now get a helping hand in the state. Veer Patel, the youngest and first privateer biker in the country, has decided to start a coaching camp for bikers. The first-of-its-kind camp in the state will start from June and participants will be taught everything right from the basics of motocross and supercross biking to jumps and corners. And, to ensure that the participants get international coaching, one of the top riders from USA, Matt Vanderwater too has been invited for the camp that will be organized at Lilleria track in Gotri and Umeta. “I come across a number of motorbike riders on the city roads who drive well and can do well in motocross and supercross racing. They just need proper training and motivation. Gujarat has lot of young talent and so I decided to start a training camp", Patel told TOI.

Motocross national champion Veer Patel calls it a day

VADODARA: City lad Veer Patel, who became country's first private racer to win MRF National Motocross Championship in 2009, has decided to call it a day from competitive racing tournaments. The biker said that he will participate for the last time in this year's national motocross championship and try to win it. Patel, the youngest biker to participate in national motocross tourney, had announced his arrival on national circuit in style by bagging the national championship and participating in several important races. Patel couldn't participate fully in the last two national motocross tournaments due to injuries. An injury that he suffered during national championship in 2010 changed the course of his life. "I suffered from back and knee injuries during the 2010 championships forcing me to quit midway. I underwent surgery and after some rest resumed practice. But, the pain from that injury sustained. So I decided to hang my boots and focus on my business," Patel told TOI.

On the move

The great outdoors has been in for a while with global warming. It promises adventure and innovation, to go where others have gone before, but take your own route. Take motocross ace, Vadodara's pride, the 19-year-old Veer Patel. He just started his own Team Lilleria Racing. It's the second private team in the Supercross circuit. He is the first and the youngest privateer in 20 years to win a National Motocross and Supercross championship in India against professional teams like Yamaha and Honda. Patel began motocross and supercross racing (all-terrain motorcycle racing) in 2006. With time, his speed and number of wins increased, and Patel was picked up by TVS racing in 2008. "I won the title in 2009, my rookie year" says Patel. Patel has a number of challenges lined up, including the Asian Motocross Championship and other International Motocross races. "Mine is the second private team in the Supercross circuit." Patel also has his own professional race tracks.