Indian National Rally Championship or (INRC) is a rallying series organised by the FIA and Motorsports Association of India (MAI), culminating with National champion driver andc- Driver. The driver and co-drivers's championship are based on the point system. The current championships forerunner for National Title was (FIRDC) Federation of Indian Rally Drivers Championship organised by FMSCI.The championship first received its National Championship Title status in 1988. The sport's current governing body is MAI as approved by FIA.
From the year 2000 MAI was approved by FIA to administer and govern the national Championship.
Notes: * Denotes Vehicle Class Group II (A)IND .This class has unrestricted Vehicle Modifications.Extreme Engine Porting,Multiple Carburetors (Twin SU's or Webber's),etc.This class was outclassed/Banned by the end of 1993 season.