Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli shows off his new car and driving skills in his Audi R8 as he drives around the big West Indian Chris Gayle in Delhi.

The Royal Challengers Bangalore will look to get their campaign back on track when they visit the Feroz Shah Kotla to play the Delhi Daredevils in the Indian Premier League (IPL) on Friday.
Things were all hunky dory for the Royal Challengers till a couple of weeks ago, when they were sitting pretty at the top of the points table with six wins out of eight. However, a string of away games have knocked RCB off their perch as they've found life on the road, away from the comfort of the M Chinnaswamy Stadium, difficult. In their last four matches, all away from home, RCB have managed just one win — against the miserable Pune Warriors who anyone and everyone seems to be steamrolling.
RCB need at least another two wins from their remaining four matches to secure a playoffs berth. While Virat Kohli and Co do play their last two league games of the season at home and would bank themselves on winning there, they wouldn't want to leave it so late, especially since the two matches are against fellow challengers for the playoffs, Kings XI Punjab, and the runaway favourites of the season, the Chennai Super Kings.