ATV (All Terrain Vehicle ) is basically a land based automobile capable of reaching remote areas where normal cars and bikes couldn't reach. It is designed in such a way that it can handle variety of terrain. It can run in forests , up the hill, on ice (with spiked tyres) and many more rough terrains where regular vehicles can't perform.
The third season of Aravalli Terrain Vehicle Championship, powered by Infi-league Motorsports is a National championship earmarking all the techno freaks across the country. This season of the grand and challenging dune buggy championship will be altogther a different scenario. This season comes with more DIRT, GUTS, GLORY as it's not just limited to the regular IC Engine based ATVs, but we now have our gates open for electric ATVs also.
The cars will be put through various adrenaline filled static and dynamic events which will test the car to its absolute limits. After the successful completion of first and second season at Rajasthan Technical University, Kota , we invite you to the recently launched ATVC Season 3 where you will be facing a greater competition and battling on the *toughest Manoeuvrability track for mATVs in India* as proclaimed by all the drivers that were there last time around. The final dates and venue for the season will be out soon.
The total prizes worth upto ₹10 lakhs and other variables. And a lot more awaits you at ATVC season 3.
WE'LL SEE YOU THERE !!
ATVC is one of it's kind event in Rajasthan. My best wishes are with all the participants who've put their efforts in building up their ATVs.
--PROF. N.P. KAUSHIK
HONOURABLE VICE CHANCELLOR
ATVC is an amazing competition which allow us to do our best.I think all students should take part enthusiastically in it.
--PROF. RAJEEV GUPTA
PRO VICE CHANCELLOR
It's a pleasure to recommend all the engineering students to be a part of ATVC. I believe that it is one of the best platforms to show up their talent.
--PROF. S.C. JAIN
DEAN F.A., HOD CSE
ATVC will be a golden opportunity for all the undergraduate students to learn fabricating and racing an ATV and gain new experiences.
--PROF. SANJEEV MISHRA
H.O.D MECHANICAL DEPT.
Competition is always a good thing. It forces us to do our best.I would recommend everyone to be part of the competition to bring the best out of them.
--PROF. RAJEEV RAJORA
It's time to implement all your theoritical knowledge in the practical world and build an ATV that's off the mainstream.
--PROF. RAJESH SINGHAL
The healthiest competition occur when average people win by putting above average effort.
--DR. BRIJESH TRIPATHI
ASS. PROF. RTU