The Indian team will drive an ORECA 07 car in the LMP2 class, and have technical support from the championship-winning side, Algarve Pro Racing Team.
Vishnu of MSport pipped his friend, team-mate and rival, Raghul Rangaswamy, to win the crown in the coveted Formula LGB-4 category of the JK Tyre FMSCI National Racing Championship.
X1 Racing League: F2 racer Arjun Maini believes Indian domestic drivers could spring a surprise at inaugural edition
If Arjun Maini's opinions are to be taken into account, then it is not the established stars, but the Indian domestic racers who could punch above their weight and take everyone by surprise in the upcoming X1 Racing League.
Arjun Maini interview: Indian driver speaks on 'special' 24 Hours of Le Mans debut, preparations for gruelling endurance race
This qualifying of the Le Mans 24 Hour put Arjun Maini and his team in a challenging position for the race, but they still managed to put their best foot forward
Arjun Maini set to become youngest Indian to race in 24 Hours of LeMans; 21-year-old to drive for RLR Msport in LMP2 category
Arjun Maini will become only the third Indian after Narain Karthikeyan and Karun Chandhok to contest in the prestigious 24 hours of LeMans race.
21-year-old Indian driver Arjun Maini set to make 24 Hours of Le Mans debut, vows to return to single-seaters in near future
Maini will compete in the LMP2 category, which has 19 other entries, for British team RLR Msport. The 21-year-old will share racing duties with gentleman driver John Ferraro and the experienced Frenchman Norman Nato
Kush Maini interview: Indian racer on driving in Renault Eurocup, learning from brother Arjun Maini's career and more
The motorsport ladder is complicated and ever-evolving, but both Maini brothers are making smart decisions while keeping their focus on Formula 1
Arjun Maini interview: Indian racing ace on decision to switch to endurance racing, road ahead to Formula One and more
In an exclusive interview, Arjun Maini speaks about his decision to switch to endurance racing, his plans to race in Formula One and more.
Come the 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix this weekend, Arjun Maini will be starting his maiden Formula 2 season with much hope, talent and support.
Maini has joined the Haas F1 team as a development driver, alongside 18-year-old American Santino Ferrucci, but he will not get his 'big break' this season.
Karun Chandhok says: "You have to sometimes go and hide and get away from the paddock. It’s so easy to be tired even before the race starts."
It has been a "crazy" fortnight for India's first GP3 race winner Arjun Maini but the promising teenager insists he still has a long way to go before he realises his Formula One dream.
Arjun Maini interview: Indian racer on joining Haas F1 team, his first GP3 win and future aspirations
Arjun Maini in an exclusive interview talks about his maiden win, what it means for his future and if he will ever be teammates with his brother and budding racer, Kush.
Driving for Jenzer Motorsports, JK Racing and TVS supported, Indian Driver, Arjun Maini created history this afternoon as he became the first ever Indian to win in the GP3 Series with a dominant victory in Race 2. This is Arjun’s first victory in the GP3 Series and this win moves him into third place in the driver’s championship.
Maini’s ‘development driver’ status means that the Haas F1 Team is impressed by his talent and are willing to develop him for the next few seasons and help him progress to Formula 1.
Indian teenager Arjun Maini has joined the U.S.-owned Haas Formula One team as a development driver alongside 18-year-old American Santino Ferrucci.
This will be his second times racing at Macau, after he finished in the top 10 the race last year
In the previous weekend at Budapest, Maini finished second in Race 2 claiming his first podium finish this season
MRF MoGrip FMSCI National Rally Championship, JK Tyre IndiKarting Series, Formula Junior Racing Series...the list goes on for the month of May
Arjun Maini is the first Indian to finish in the top ten at Macau