The Federation of Motor Sports clubs of India (FMSCI) was founded in 1971 and is a long-standing member of the FIM and the FIA, the world bodies for 2/3 and 4 wheeler motorsport respectively.
The FMSCI is the only national sports federation recognised by the Government of India for the promotion and control of motorsports in India, and is affiliated to the Indian Olympic Association and to the Asian Motorcycle Union (UAM).
FMSCI has sought homologation of Indian manufacturers' vehicles. It claims a pool of 98 stewards, 20 technical delegates and a thousand-odd marshals in addition to the following infrastructure/ facilities for motorsport:
The only purpose-built international race track located at Chennai owned by its founder member club, the Madras Motors Sports Club with international Quality transponder / automatic timing equipment implanted at start / finish line of the track.