India is trying to establish itself as a world-class motoring tourism destination by spreading awareness both inside and outside the country. The two-day event will see enthusiasts, corporates, tourists and others come to see and take part in the rally. This is the laudable vision of Madan Mohan, who wears many hats but most important is as founder of 21 Gun Salute Vintage Car Rally, the 6th edition of which will be held in Delhi on February 6 and 7.

The rally is attracting participation from several countries, apart from India, with classic vintage cars and motorbikes coming to the Indian capital for the event.

The opening event will be held at the historic Red Fort in Delhi, where a cultural fiesta with music and dance will be held, and different states and countries, will take part.

On February 7, the car rally will be held at the plush, state-of-the-art, high-tech, Buddh International F1 Track in Greater Noida.

Madan Mohan is a big name in the transport sector and runs a unique restaurant in Gurgaon, the 21 Gun Salute, which is an attraction by itself.