Mumbai, Oct. 10 -- The ever-growing world of sporting leagues in India has a fresh entry in the X1 Racing League starting next month, which boasts of six city-based franchises set to compete at racing circuits in New Delhi and Chennai. The league is the brainchild of Indian racers Armaan Ebrahim and Aditya Patel, and the competition consisting six-race weekends will begin at New Delhi's Buddh International Circuit on November 30, before moving on to the Madras Motor Race Track in Chennai on December 7.

All six franchises, five of whose owners were announced here on Wednesday, will have four drivers each with two of them sharing one car.

Former F1 Italian racer Vitantonio Liuzzi, Malaysian Alex Yoong and Mathias Lauda-the son of legendary ...