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The post MRF MMSC FMSCI Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship 2019 Round 2 appeared first on MotoXindia.

Chennai : Idemitsu Honda Ten10 Racing and its rivals TVS Racing shared the honours on the concluding day of the second round of the MRF MMSC FMSCI National Motorcycle Racing Championship at the MMRT track at Sriperumbudur

Deepak Ravikumar (TVS Racing) and Rajiv Sethu (Idemitsu Honda Ten10 Racing) completed a double each in contrasting styles. Ravikumar was in a league of his own with an authoritative win in the premium Pro-Stock 301-400cc race, his second of the weekend.

L to R Jagan Kumar, Rajiv Sethu and KY Ahamed Image Courtesy : Anand Philar

Amarnath Menon (Team Alisha Abdullah) denied TVS Racing another 1-2 by pipping KY Ahamed. Sethu repeated Saturday’s Race 1 win over TVS Racings Jagan Kumar for a double in the Pro-Stock 165cc class. After exchanging leads with Jagan through the race, Sethu made a heart-stopping pass on the last corner of the last lap to pull off a superb win while Ahamed scrambled to third spot.

Bengaluru-based Anish Shetty (Idemitsu Honda Ten10 Racing) survived a close fight with Mathan Kumar (Erula Racing) to win the Pro-Stock 200-300cc race with Abhishek Vasudev, also from Bengaluru, a distant third. Also achieving a double was Abhimanyu Gautam (Sparks Racing) in the Novice (Stock 165cc) class, sparing nearly three seconds to Venkatesan I (Motomania), while Mohan Babu (Rockers Racing) completed the podium.

Meanwhile, defending champion in the Girls (Stock 165cc) category, Ann Jennifer suffered a rare defeat as she finished third behind her Sparks Racing team-mate Ryhana Bee and Alisha Abdullah (Team Alisha Abdullah) in the five-lap race.

It was Ryhana Bee’s maiden win in the championship as she made capital of a favourable situation that had pole-sitter Jennifer fumbling at the start and then getting caught up in traffic

While Bee disappeared in the distance, Jennifer could not pass Alisha and decided to hold position with an eye on the championship points.

L to R – Alisha Abdullah, Ryhana Bee and Ann Jennifer. Image Courtesy : Anand Philar

On a hot day, Chennai youngsters Varoon Sadasivam, Kavin Samaar Quintal and Geoffrey Emmanuel finished in that order on the FIM Moto3-spec NSF 250R bikes in the Idemitsu Honda India Talent Cup One-Make Championship after favourites, Md Mikail (Chennai), winner of Race-1 yesterday, and Kritik Vasant Habib (Gadag, Karnataka) retired early in the eight-lap race.

Mikail crashed at the start, while Habib too went off in the third lap.

Results

Pro-Stock 301-400cc (Race 2, 8 laps)

  1. Deepak Ravikumar (TVS Racing) (15mins, 31.358secs)
  2. Amarnath Menon (Team Alisha Abdullah) (15:45.432)
  3. K Y Ahamed (TVS Racing) (15:45.558)

Pro-Stock 200-300cc (Race 2, 8 laps)

  1. Anish Shetty (Idemitsu Honda Ten10 Racing) (16:22.798)
  2. Mathan Kumar (Erula Racing) (16:22.876)
  3. Abhishek V (Idemitsu Honda Ten10 Racing) (16:55.918)

Pro-Stock 165cc (Race 2, 8 laps)

  1. Rajiv Sethu (Idemitsu Honda Ten10 Racing) (16:07.033)
  2. Jagan Kumar (TVS Racing) (16:07.152)
  3. K Y Ahamed (TVS Racing) (16:09.355)

Novice Stock 165cc (Race 2, 6 laps)

  1. Abhimanyu Gautam (Sparks Racing) (13:10.877)
  2. Venkatesan I (Team Motomania) (13:13.508)
  3. Mohan Babu P (Team Rockers Racing) (13:15.079)

Girls (Stock 165cc, 5 laps)

  1. Ryhana Bee (Sparks Racing) (11:11.579)
  2. Alisha Abdullah (Team Alisha Abdullah Racing) (11:20.990)
  3. Ann Jennifer AS (Sparks Racing) (11:21.078)

One-Make Championship: Idemitsu Honda India Talent Cup Honda NSF 250R (Race 2, 8 laps)

  1. Varoon Sadasivam (Chennai) (14:53.899)
  2. Kavin Samaar Quintal (Chennai) (15:03.271)
  3. Geoffrey Emmanuel (Chennai) (15:32.943)

Honda CBR 150 (Race 2, 6 laps)

  1. Lal Nunsanga (Aizwal) (13:28.925)
  2. Lalrinzuala Tlau (Aizwal) (13:29.167)
  3. Samuel Martin (Bengaluru) (13:30. 521)

TVS Open (Apache RTR 310, Race 2, 8 laps)

  1. Vivek Pillai (Chennai) (16:01.298)
  2. Karthik Mateti (Hyderabad) (16:16.321)
  3. Soorya PM (Chennai) (16:18.106)

Novice (Apache RTR 200, Race 2, 6 laps)

  1. Venkatesan (Chennai) (13:13.644)
  2. Manoj Y (Chennai) (13:14.210)
  3. Lakshmipathy Balaji (Vellore) (13:15.231)

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Round 3 of V12 Autocross Championship 2019 was held at Coimbatore on 16th June.

This event was organized under the supervision and regulations of Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI) is the supreme authority to regulate the motor sports events organized by various clubs in India.

Sponsored by Apollo Tyres Ltd is the world’s 7th biggest tyre manufacturer and marketing company in association with Red Bull energy drink and conducted by V12 Racing Solutions Cochin

The event had nine different classes and the highlight was V12 Open class.

All the registration for the event had to be made through online. This had got the tremendous appreciation from the racers as it was hassle free and they could avoid the last-minute mis happenings during registration.

The trophies of round three were bagged by Suraj Thomas in the very own V12 Open.

Suraj Thomas Center

And rest of the classes are as follows: Kerala Amateur Classby Vishakh, 4W Petrol Open by Shemi Nazar, Ladies Open by Sri Varshini, Upto 1000cc by Shanoob M S, 1100cc to 1400cc by Francis K J, 1400cc to 1650cc Suraj, Diesel Open 2W by Sumesh and 4W Diesel Open by Athul Thomas.

V12 Racing Solutions is a pioneer in conducting all kinds of Motor Sport events in South India. It is headed by the young and charismatic Varun C V. Varun having more than 15 years of experience in this field, knows exactly what is the need of the day of riders as well as spectators.

The weather had been merciful on this event. It had not created any havoc like in the previous racing events held in the recent past.

Results:

Class Name: V12 Open

Rank Racing No. Driver’s Name Final Time
1 45 Suraj Thomas 2:24:41
2 21 Francis K J 2:24:65
3 12 Kuber Sharma 2:26:34
4 44 Vishakh 2:34:81
5 100 Sumesh M 2:40:34

Class Name: Diesel Open 2W

Rank Racing No. Driver’s Name Final Time
1 100 Sumesh 2:38:00
2 26 Kartik 2:38:16
3 66 Venkatesh 2:40:87

Class Name: 4W Diesel Open

Rank Racing No. Driver’s Name Final Time
1 33 Athul Thomas 2:34:44
2 18 Suraj Thomas 2:38:00
3 80 Nikhil 2:41:96

Class Name: Upto 1100cc

Rank Racing No. Driver’s Name Final Time
1 9 Shanoob M S 2:33:82
2 50 Sumesh 2:34:04
3 15 Renjith P B 2:43:91

Class Name: 1100cc to 1400cc

Rank Racing No. Driver’s Name Final Time
1 3 Francis K J 2:25:25
2 22 Vishakh 2:30:43
3 19 Danish 2:34:28

Class name: 1400cc to 1650cc

Rank Racing No. Driver’s Name Final Time
1 36 Suraj Thomas 2:26:06
2 46 Vishnu V 2:30:44
3 8 Shanoob M S 2:31:00

Class Name: Kerala Amateur

Rank Racing No. Driver’s Name Final Time
1 11 Vishakh 2:29:28
2 34 Tony Kurian 2:29:56
3 96 Vishnu V 2:30:50

Class Name: 4W Petrol Open

Rank Racing No. Driver’s Name Final Time
1 23 Shemi Nazar 2:30:41
2 13 Athul Thomas 2:30:91
3 15 Suraj Thomas 2:31:75

 

Class Name: Ladies Open

Rank Racing No. Driver’s Name Final Time
1 1 Sri Varshini 3:24:03

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Seven-time National champion Jagan Kumar (TVS Racing) salvaged an otherwise wretched weekend by winning the Pro-Stock 165cc race, while team-mate K Y Ahamed topped the premium Pro-Stock 301-400cc race as the first round of the MRF MMSC fmsci Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship concluded at Kari Motor Speedway

Jagan, participating in both the Pro-Stock categories, had suffered setbacks on Friday when he finished third in the 165cc class and sixth in the 301-400cc race after leading in both the races.

A snapped chain and a collision with another rider cost him definite victories.

He suffered engine problems in the second 301-400cc race when looking set for victory to finish fourth.

However, he shrugged off these incidents to post a superb win in the second 165cc race that was reduced to three laps from the scheduled 12 due to crashes leading to red-flag.

Meanwhile, last years champion in the Girls category, Ann Jennifer led a 1-2 finish for Sparks Racing along with Ryhana Bee, despite a poor start.

Starting from pole position, Jennifer was the last to leave from the grid when the lights went out with her bike stuck in neutral gear.

However, she recovered quickly and eased her way to the front to carve out a fine win with Bee following her home, while private entrant Nivetha Jessica moved up a spot from fourth to third after the disqualification of Alisha Abdullah (Team Alisha Abdullah) on a technical infringement.

Ahamed, who idolizes Jagan, paced himself well to win the 301-400cc race ahead of team-mate Deepak Ravi Kumar and Satyanarayana Raju (Gusto Racing).

Incidentally, both Ravi Kumar and Ahamed, who had finished in that order in the first race on Saturday, were subsequently disqualified as their bikes failed the post-race scrutiny on technical infringements.

Consequently, Raju was declared winner.

“Yes, it is a big relief to finally win a race this weekend. Things havent gone my way and so I was determined to come good. I opened up a good lead at the start and again on restart after the red flag stoppage,” said a beaming Jagan.

“Not the best start! I forgot my bike was in neutral gear when the lights went off.

I saw all other riders going past me and I panicked a bit. I was under pressure for a good start which I had practiced this morning.

Anyway, I put my head down and managed to move up with every lap and finally hit the front. I am happy to have won,” said Jennifer.

Bengalurus Annish Samson (Team Speed Up Racing) won in the Stock 165cc class (Race 2) for Novice riders after a tough fight.

Private entrant Manoj Y came in second ahead of Saturday’s Race 1 winner Vijay S (Sparks Racing).

RESULTS

Pro-Stock 301-400cc (Race 2, 12 laps)

1. K Y Ahamed (TVS Racing) (13 mins, 57.299 secs)
2. Deepak Ravi Kumar (TVS Racing) (13:57.735)
3. Satyanarayana Raju (Gusto Racing) (14:24.204)

Race 1 (10 laps, revised, held on Saturday)

1. Satyanarayana Raju (Gusto Racing) (11:58.709)
2. Karthik Mateti (Gusto Racing) (12:02.200)
3. Asfak Ahamed (Team Speedup Racing) (12:11.783)

Pro-Stock 165cc (Race 2, 3 laps)

1. Jagan Kumar (TVS Racing) (03:43.700)
2. Sarath Kumar (Idemitsu Honda Ten10 Racing) (03:47.127)
3. Deepak Ravi Kumar (TVS Racing) (03:50.403)

Stock 165cc Novice (Race 2, 10 laps)

1. Annish Samson (Speed Up Racing) (13:29.962)
2. Manoj Y (Pvt) (13:31.444)
3. Vijay S (13:31.639)

Girls (8 laps)

1. Ann Jennifer (Sparks Racing) (10:59.795)
2. Ryhana Bee (Sparks Racing) (11:01.505)
3. Nivetha Jessica (Pvt) (11:26. 302)

One-Make Championship TVS Open (RTR 310) Race 2 (10 laps)

1. Aravind Ganesh (Chennai) (12:23.195)
2. Vysakh Soban (Cherthala) (12:24.288)
3. S Sivanesan (Chennai) (12:29.902)

Novice (RTR 200) Race 2 (10 laps)

1. Sanjay Kumar (Coimbatore) (13:32.248)
2. Annish Samson (Bengaluru) (13:33.010)
3. Veera Ashwin Lal (Madurai) (13:35.171)

Idemitsu Honda Talent Cup (Novice, CBR 150) Race 2 (10 laps)

1. Lal Nunsanga (13:43.839)
2. Varoon (13:43.841)
3. Charan T (13:46.194)

Source :Press Trust of India

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The Round 2 of MRF MoGrip Supercross National Championship 2019 was held at Bangalore on 2nd June 2019.

C D Jinan wins the SX1 Moto 1 and 2 to become the champion in the round 2 as well.

SX1 Moto2 was a close competition between C D Jinan, Pramod Joshua and Mahesh VM.

In the final lap Joshua slipped and Mahesh crossed him to second place. Jinan as usual being an undergo for first few laps found his perfect moment to his final glory with his years of experience that he carries on the track.

The Junior class was the most favorites among the crowd. They were surprised to see so many young children taking up motorbikes as their alternate sports.

The youngest rider of 4 years stole the hearts of the crowd with his performance of a lap around the ground. One of the spectators commented, “at his age, I didn’t even know cycling, seeing these kids on motorcycles is a pure bliss”.

The FMX stunt by Shawn Webb and Jordan have kept the audience entertained. Those perfect somersaults and the Namastes were keeping the audience at their feet.

It was not just the race which has drawn the Bangaloreans; they were here in numbers to check out these dare devils on the sky.

Kali Mohan, Rajendra R E, Imran Pasha, Ankush Rao, Pramod Joshua, Yuvraj Kondedeshmukh, Jinendra Sanghave won Novice, Locals Class, Indian Experts, Private Experts, SX2 Group A, Junior SX1 and Junior SX2 classes respectively.

Bengaluru’s Round 2 has been a great success with the weather being favorable to the event and the organizers, Godspeed Racing, have done a marvelous job in organizing and executing this event.

Round 3 will be held on 13th October at Baroda with a whooping long gap for our racers to have more time to practice and come back on track with more power and more enthusiasm.

Results:

Class 1 – SX1 – Foreign Open Class – Group “A” Stroke 2/4 – Up to 250CC/500CC – Moto 2

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 C D Jinan TVS RTR TVS Racing
2 Pramod Joshua KX250 F Bengaluru
3 Javed Shaikh KX250 F Goa
4 Tanweer A W TVS RTR TVS Racing
5 Mahesh V M KX250 F Thrissur

Class 2 – Novice – Group “C” Stroke 2/4 Up to 260CC – Moto 1

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 Kali Mohan TVS RTR TVS Racing
2 R Sabrish Impulse Coimbatore
3 Narendra Pawar Impulse Indore
4 Shaikh Muzain Impulse Hassan
5 Afsal N N Impulse Ernakulam

Class 4 – Locals Class Group “B” Stroke 2/4 Up to 260 – Moto 1

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 Rajendra R E TVS RTR TVS Racing
2 Yuva Kumar Impulse Bengaluru
3 Shaikh Muzain Impulse Hassan
4 Mohammed Arif Impulse Bengaluru
5 Sukrith S Impulse Tumkur

Class 5 – Indian Experts – Group “C” Stroke 2/4 Up to 260CC – Moto 1

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 Imran Pasha TVS RTR TVS Racing
2 Kali Mohan        TVS RTR TVS Racing
3 N Natraj TVS RTR TVS Racing
4 R Sabrish Impulse Coimbatore
5 Karthikeyan Impulse Polachi

Class 6 – Private Experts – Group “C” Stroke 2/4 Up to 260CC – Moto 1

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 Ankush Rao Impulse Goa
2 Bantellang Jywra Impulse Shillong
3 Jagdeesh Kumar Impulse Coimbatore
4 R Sabrish Impulse Coimbatore
5 Yuva Kumar Impulse Bengaluru

Class 7 – SX2 – Group “A”Stroke 2/4 Up to 250CC/500CC – Moto 2

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 Pramod Joshua KX 250 F Bengaluru
2 Mahesh V M KX 250 F Thrissur
3 Amal Verghese KX 250 F Ernakulam
4 Suhail Ahmed KX 250 F Bengaluru
5 Prithvi Dhillon KX 250 F Chandigarh

Class 8 – JR SX1 – Group “A/B/C/D” Stroke Up to 250CC – Moto 1                        

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 Yuvraj Kondedeshmukh KTM SX 150 Ajmera Racing
2 Prajwal V KTM 85 Bengaluru
3 Sarthak Chavan KX 100 Pune
4 Gaurang Naik KX 250 Pune
5 Shlok Ghorpade KX 100 Satara

 Class 9 – JR SX2 – Group “A/B/C/D” Stroke 2/4 Upto 250CC Moto 1

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 Jinendra Sangave KTM 85 Lohalkaranji
2 Ikshan Shanbhag KTM 85 Satara
3 Shlok Ghorpade KX 100 Satara
4 Raheesh Khatri KX 100 Mumbai
5 Sufiyan Shaikh HASQUARNA Goa

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The inaugural round of the MRF Supercross Championship 2019 which was held at Coimbatore has ended with the roaring applaud from the crowd.

This event has been etched in the records of MRF Supercross history with the record breaking 175 participants. Novice Class, Private Expert Class and SX1 had 38, 33 and 22 participants respectively.

Also, 2 SX1 Junior Class riders have shown their skills by competing in SX2 Class.

The show stopper Class 1 – SX1 – Foreign Open Class was more of a competition between the three TVS champs, viz., C D Jinan, Tanweer A W and Rugved Barguje. Finally, C D Jinan stole the show with his perfect 20 pointers in Moto1 and Moto2 rounds leading him to the grand trophy.

Over all there were eight class. The trophy for Class – 2 Novice – Group C was bagged by M Karan Kumar, Class 4 – Locals Class Group B and Class 5 – Indian Experts Group C were taken by Kali Mohan, Class 6 Private Experts Group C, Class 7 SX2 Group A, Class 8 JR SX1 Group A/B/C/D and Class 9 JR SX2 Group A/B/C/D were grabbed by Asaruddin S, Mahesh V M, Yuvraj Kondedeshmukh and ShlokGhorpade respectively.

The registration and scrutiny of the bikes had taken place on 25th May and the event was supposed to commence at 10 AM on 26th May.

However, the rain gods have shown their tantrums the night before the event and the venue was almost in dismal state. The organizers were in dilemma whether to go ahead with event or to cancel it. With the tough job of fixing the tracks and venue, they took the call to sweat it out a little extra and go ahead with the planned event.

The Samaritan crew of Godspeed Racing sprang into action soon after the rain stopped to set the partially damaged track.

The participants started flogging in to the grounds around 11 Am and the competition began at 12:30PM. Overall the first round was a grand success. The roaring engines of these supercross riders have halted for the day at 4:30 PM.

They will roar again at Bangalore on June 1st and 2nd for the Round Two. The venue for Bangalore is APMC Ground, Opposite to BBMP Office, Byatarayanapura, Bangalore.

Results:

Class 1 – SX1 – Foreign Open Class – Group “A” Stroke 2/4 – Up to 250CC/500CC – Moto 2

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 C D Jinan TVS RTR TVS Racing
2 Tanweer A W TVS RTR TVS Racing
3 RugvedBarguje TVS RTR TVS Racing
4 Amal Verghese KX 250 Ernakulam
5 Javed Shaikh KX 250 Goa

Class 2 – Novice –Group “C” Stroke 2/4 Up to 260CC – Moto 1

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 M Karan Kumar Impulse Coimbatore
2 K Saravana Kumar Impulse Coimbatore
3 Rajendra R E TVS RTR TVS Racing
4 Narendra Pawar Impulse Indore
5 Sathyaraj A Impulse Coimbatore

Class 4 – Locals Class Group “B” Stroke 2/4 Up to 260 – Moto 1

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 Kali Mohan TVS RTR TVS Racing
2 Asaruddin S Impulse Coimbatore
3 Varun Kumar Impulse Coimbatore
4 Nithyan L Impulse Coimbatore
5 Karthikeyan Impulse Coimbatore

Class 5 – Indian Experts – Group “C” Stroke 2/4 Up to 260CC – Moto 1

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 Kali Mohan TVS RTR TVS Racing
2 Jagadeesh Kumar Impulse Coimbatore
3 R Sabrish Impulse Coimbatore
4 R Natraj TVS RTR TVS Racing
5 Karthikeyan Impulse Polachi

Class 6 – Private Experts – Group “C” Stroke 2/4 Up to  260CC – Moto 1

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 Asaruddin S Impulse Coimbatore
2 Arun T Impulse Hassan
3 Jagadeesh Kumar Impulse Coimbatore
4 Anees K A Impulse Kochi
5 Samual Jacob Impulse Udupi

Class 7 – SX2 – Group “A”Stroke 2/4 Up to 250CC/500CC – Moto 2

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 Mahesh V M KX 250 F Thrissur
2 Suhail Ahmed KX 250 F Bengaluru
3 Prithvi Dhillon KX 250 F Chandigarh
4 Pramod Joshua KX 250 F Bengaluru
5 Yash Pawar KX 250 F Nashik

Class 8 – JR SX1 – Group “A/B/C/D” Stroke Up to 250CC – Moto 1                               

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 Yuvraj Kondedeshmukh KTM 150 Ajmera Racing
2 Sarthak Chawan KX 100 Pune
3 Prajwal V KTM 85 Bengaluru
4 ShlokGhorpade KX 100 Satara
5 Karan Karle KTM 110 Pune

Class 9 – JR SX2 – Group “A/B/C/D” Stroke 2/4 Upto 250CC Moto 1

Rank Name Vehicle Team/Place
1 ShlokGhorpade KX 100 Satara
2 JinendraSangave KTM 85 Lohalkaranji
3 IkshanShanbhag KTM 85 Satara
4 Sufiyan Shaikh HASQUARNA Goa
5 Aleena Shaikh KTM 50 Bengaluru

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The post Shift the gears for Third Round of V12 Autocross Championship 2019 appeared first on MotoXindia.

2019 V12 Autocross Championship’s third round is right around the corner. With the successful completion of first two rounds, V12 is getting the track set for the third round at Coimbatore.

V12 Autocross championship is a four-wheeler motorsport mainly the dirt track event series of South India; which is conducted as per the guidelines from the FMSCI for four-wheeler motorsports.

This championship has total five rounds. The first and second round were held on April 13th at Kakkoor, Kochi and on 5th May at Thodupuzha respectively.

The Third round is will be held at the ground opposite to Jenney’s Residency, Avinashi Road, Coimbatore on 9th June.

Online registration for the participation has already begun. The application for the standard entries will be accepted till 31st May 2019 and for the late entries, it will be accepted till 3rdJune 2019 with a late fee of INR 500 per entry.

Click here for registration

The date and venue for the fourth and fifth round is yet to be announced.

This championship will have nine main categories viz., Up to 1150CC, Up to 1450CC, Up to 1650CC, 2 wheel drive Open (Diesel) ,4 wheel drive Open (Diesel) ,4 wheel drive Open (Petrol) Amateur Open Class, Ladies Open Class and V12 Open Class.

The main feature of this event is V12 Open Class category. The winner of V12 Open Class will be taking home INR 1,00,000 as price money along with the trophy.

2018 Championship had three rounds, which were held at Kakkoor, Kochi and Pala respectively. This year they are expecting more participation from the autocross racers.

V12 Race Solutions is a private limited company that undertakes the conception and the execution of all kinds of Motor Sport events in South India. It is headed by Varun C.V. who has over 11 years of experience in this field.

History of Autocross:
Autocross is a racing competition on a race track with unsealed surface (dirt, gravel or soil).Autocross started in the ends of 1940s in the United Kingdom as a club competition. It took until 1968 when the first Autocross event was staged in continental Europe (Austria). In 1976 the FIA (Fédération InternationaleDe l’Automobile) created standardized Autocross rules and started a European Autocross cup for specialized cross cars. (Source courtesy: Wikipedia)

FMSCI (The Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India) is an affiliated to FIA. All the motor sport events in India are conducted under the guidelines specified by the FMSCI

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The post Let’s Gear Up for the 20th Edition of MRF MoGrip FMSCI National Supercross Championship 2019 appeared first on MotoXindia.

India is getting ready for the much awaited MRF MoGrip FMSCI National Supercross Championship 2019.

The 20th edition of this Championship is organized by GODSPEED Racing, Pune, spearheaded by the seven times National Motorsports Champion Mr. Shyam Kothari and he owns the rights of organizing this Supercross Championship for the past eight years.

The 2019 championship competition has six rounds and the maiden round will be kicking off at Coimbatore on 26th May,followed by Round Two at Bengaluru on 2nd June, Round Three at Baroda on 13th October, Round Four at Indore on 28th October, Round Five at Nashik on 28th November, and the Round Six, which will also be the Finale of this event will be held at Goa on 1st December.

This event is organized under the supervision and regulations of Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI) is the supreme authority to regulate the motor sports events organized by various clubs in India.

More than hundred motocross riders from all over the country are expected to participate in this event in different classes. Previous year has seen few international professional FMX riders like Callum Shaw from New Zealand and Shaun Webb from the United States of America. This year we have to wait and watch, alongside our India riders, if there will be any international personalities attending this championship.

The maiden event is a two-day affair;held on 25th and 26th of May 2019, at the ground opposite to Jenney’s Residency, Avinashi Road, Coimbatore.

25th May, Saturday, will be used for rider’s registration, bike scrutiny and practice. On Sunday, 26th May, the race will kick-off at 10 AM.

Let’s gear-up and head to Coimbatore for an enthralling Weekend.

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The post Adrien Metge from TVS Racing wins Desert Storm 2019 appeared first on MotoXindia.

A dominating performance from French rider Adrien Metge saw TVS Racing win the 2019 edition of Desert Storm which was held in Rajasthan from 7-11 May.

While Hero Motosports’ CS Santosh takes scond place, Abdul Wahid Tanveer finished 17 minutes behind Santosh, finishing third.

From left Tanveer,Adrien Metge and CS Santosh

TVS Racing’s, R Nataraj came in fourth while privateer Vishwas SD finished fifth.

Aishwarya Pissay from TVS Racing completed the rally in sixteenth position.

The final stage held on Saturday had participants battling it out across 220kms in the dunes of Jaisalmer.

With the city witnessing overnight rain followed by morning dust and ever soaring temperatures, the final leg ensured to test the riders and their machines to the limit.

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Final Results 

Foreign Open

  1. Saijith ES (13)
  2. Adnaan Ahamed (05)
  3. Samuel Abraham (23)
  4. Dinu Devasia (49)
  5. Suhail Ahmed (10)

Ruff Riders Open

  1. Imran Pasha (72)
  2. Amal Varghese (65)
  3. Abi S Nath (69)
  4. Anoop N N (44)
  5. Afsal N N (03)

Indian Open

  1. Imran Pasha (72)
  2. Amal Varghese (65)
  3. Abi S Nath (69)
  4. Akbar (40)
  5. Afsal N N (03)

 Expert Class

  1. Imran Pasha  (72)
  2. Amal Varghese (65)
  3. Anoop N N (44)
  4. Abi S Nath (69)
  5. Hashim (06)

Novice Moto 1

  1. Prasanth (57)
  2. Sreeram (37)
  3. Akbar (40)
  4. Ishan Chandra (39)
  5. Vineeth (62)

Novice Moto 2

  1. Hashim (06)
  2. Karthi (96)
  3. Gokul (66)
  4. Amju (08)

Beginners Moto 1

  1. Krishna Dev (79)
  2. Nithyan L (85)
  3. Abhilash               (54)
  4. Ishan Chandra (39)
  5. Anees (41)

Beginners Moto 2

  1. Nithyan L (85)
  2. Sandeep (94)
  3. Anees (41)
  4. Antony Benny  (27)
  5. Kannen (16)

Royal Enfied Class

  1. Suhail Ahemed (10)
  2. Jeemon Antony (36)
  3. Arun Silvy (02)
  4. Mushfar (76)
  5. Shaan joy (91)

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Final Results 

Foreign Open

  1. Adnaan Ahamed                      (05)
  2. Saijith ES                               (13)
  3. Samuel Abraham                     (23)
  4. Dinu Devasia                           (49)
  5. Ryan Haig                                (02)

Expert Class

  1. Muzain Sheik                          (26)
  2. B Jagadeesh kumar                 (30)
  3. Arun T                                    (35)
  4. Anoop N N                              (44)
  5. Suhail Ahmed                         (10)

Dub Open

  1. Aurn T                                    (35)
  2. Muzain Sheik                           (26)
  3. Abi S Nath                               (69)
  4. Sreeram                                  (37)
  5. Anoop N N                               (44)

Novice Moto 1

  1. K Manikandan                           (73)
  2. Akbar                                       (50)
  3. Prasanth                                   (57)
  4. Sreelal CP                                 (89)
  5. Suhail sathar                             (19)

Novice Moto 2

  1. Akbar                                       (50)
  2. Sreeram                                   (37)
  3. K Manikandan                           (73)
  4. Eshan Poojary                           (93)
  5. Prasanth                                   (57)

Beginners Moto 1

  1. Nithyan L                                 (32)
  2. Prasanth                                  (57)
  3. Eldhose p                                 (48)
  4. Eshan Poojary                           (93)
  5. Sreelal CP                                (89)

Beginners Moto 2

  1. Prasanth                                  (57)
  2. M Udayakumar                         (31)
  3. Eshan Poojary                          (93)
  4. Sreelal CP                                (89)
  5. Sheik Muhammed Harris           (08)

Royal Enfied Class

  1. Sinan Francis                            (72)
  2. Mushfar                                   (76)
  3. Shaan joy                                (04)
  4. Arun Silvy                                (99)
  5. Suhail Ahmed                           (10)

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