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MRF INMRC 2018 – KY Ahamed makes it a 1-2 finish for TVS Racing

MRF INMRC 2018

TVS Racing’s KY Ahamed leads the Super Sport Indian 165cc class with a 1-2 finish for the team at the fourth round of the MRF MMSC FMSCI INMRC 2018

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MRF INMRC 2018 – TVS Racing’s KY Ahamed takes the top spot

TVS Racing’s KY Ahamed leads the Super Sport Indian 165cc class with a 1-2 finish for the team at the fourth round of the MRF MMSC FMSCi Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship 2018.

Prabhu Arunagiri of Team Alisha Abdullah took the top spot in the Pro Stock 301-400cc class race while Senthil Kumar of Honda Ten10 Racing reigned victorious in the Pro Stock 165cc race. The race leader and teammate Mithun Kumar went down, making way for Senthil to take to the lead.

The Super Sport race was quite close even until the lap lap with TVS Racing’s Ahamed and Jagan Kumar, and Honda Ten10 Racing’s Rajiv Sethu in full on dogfight. On the last lap, going into the right-hander before the Bridge Complex “S”, Sethu ran wide and crashed even as Jagan dipped on the inside to overtake. It put Ahamed in the clear as he flashed across the finish line ahead of his mentor Jagan for his third win of the season. Honda Ten10 Racing’s Mathana Kumar came home a distant third, followed by team-mate Sarath Kumar while Sethu picked himself up to finish fifth.

The result took Jagan’s tally to 130 followed by Ahamed at 116 points, Sarath and Mathana (both 82) and Sethu (80), going into tomorrow’s Race-2 of the double-header.

The Pro-Stock 301-400cc race saw championship leader Amarnath Menon (Gusto Racing) crashing at Turn-3 which brought out the red flag. On re-start, Arunagiri, who had led from pole, maintained his track position at the very front to win comfortably even as his nearest challenger Satyanarayana Raju (Gusto Racing) retired due to an electrical failure. Finishing behind Arunagiri were Sparks Racing duo of Rahil Shetty and Peddu Sriharsha. With his second win of the season, Arunagiri moved up to 89 points to be placed third behind Menon (108) and Raju (101), going into the second race tomorrow.

The results (Provisional):

Super Sport Indian 165cc (Race-1, 6 laps): 1. KY Ahamed (TVS Racing) (11mins, 43.269secs); 2. Jagan Kumar (TVS Racing) (11:43.938); 3. S Mathana Kumar (Honda Ten10 Racing) (11:47.955).

Pro-Stock 301-400cc (Race-1, 5 laps): 1. Prabhu Arunagiri (Team Alisha Abdullah Racing) (09:47.289); 2. Rahil Shetty (Sparks Racing) (09:53.426); 3. Peddu Sri Harsha (Sparks Racing) (09:58.214).

Pro-Stock 165cc (Race-1, 6 laps): 1. Senthil Kumar (Honda Ten10 Racing) (12:09.582); 2. Kevin Kannan (Rockers Racing) (12:11.485); 3. Rahil Shetty (Sparks Racing) (12:11.778).

Girls (Stock, 165cc, 5 laps): 1. Ann Jennifer AS (Sparks Racing) (11:11.767); 2. Ryhana Bee (Sparks Racing) (11:12.072); 3.Shruthi Nagarajan (Apex Racing Academy) (11:25.611).

Yamaha-MMSC One-Make Championship (Novice, Race-1, 5 laps): 1. Varun Sobhan (Cherthala) (11:07.221); 2. Ajai Xavier (Pune) (11:07.843); 3. Hari Prasath (Vellore) (11:20.423).

 

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