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TVS Racing Grabs Top Positions In 5th Round of INRC 2018

TVS riders grabbed top spots across the board, from SuperSport 260 to SuperSport 165 categories, in the fifth round of the Indian National Rally Championship 2018

TVS Racing Grabs Top Positions In 5th Round of INRC 2018
TVS Racing Grabs Top Positions In 5th Round of INRC 2018
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2018-08-01T17:32:58+05:30

The fifth round of the Indian National Rally Championship 2018, held in Coimbatore on the 28th and 29th of July 2018, came to an end with TVS Racing team scoring three top positions across the table. The event saw racers covering a total distance of 111km across four special stages.

Group A (Super Bike) Expert Class 1 saw Harith Noah finishing first, while Rajendra RE clinched the top spot in Group B (SuperSport 260) Class 4 category. TVS’ impressive performance continued in the Group B (SuperSport 165) Class 3 category as well, with Imran Pasha grabbing the top spot astride his Apache RTR 160 4V. In the Group B Scooters (210 cc) Class 7 category, Syed Asif Ali had to settle for P2.

The sixth and final round of the Indian National Rally Championship 2018 is scheduled to take place in Mangalore on 27 & 28 October 2018. As always, we’ll bring you the latest coverage from the ground. Until then, stay tuned!

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TVS Racing dominates 5th round of Indian National Rally Championship 2018; leads across 3 categories

Coimbatore, 30th July, 2018: TVS Racing – the factory racing team of TVS Motor Company, finished the 5th round of Indian National Rally Championship 2018 (INRC) on a high note, finishing at the top of the table across three categories.

Harith Noah finished at P1 in Group A (Super Bike) Expert Class 1 and Rajendra RE claimed the top spot in Group B (Super Sport 260) Class 4 category.

Outclassing all competition, Imran Pasha finished at P1 in the Group B (Super Sport 165) Class 3 category in his RTR 160 4V while Syed Asif Ali finished P2 at Group B Scooters (210 cc) Class 7.

Commenting on the team’s performance, B Selvaraj, Team Manager, TVS Racing said, “The 5th round of INRC was challenging and I am glad that the team continues to lead across three categories. Harith, Rajendra and Imran were in excellent form and outclassed the competition with their performance. It was also heartening to see Nataraj, who was leading the championship till the last stage, put up a good show despite injury. This strong performance will boost the confidence of our racers as they go into the final round of the championship.”

Hosted in Coimbatore, on 28th and 29th July 2018, the Rally saw the racers cover a total distance of over 111 kilometers across four special stages.

The final round of the Indian National Rally Championship 2018 will take place in Mangalore on 27th & 28th October 2018.


Source: zigwheels.com

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