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MRF MMSC FMSCI Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship
MRF MMSC FMSCI Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship

The fourth round of MRF MMSC FMSCI Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship wrapped up at the Madras Motor Race Track on Sunday, October 9, 2016. It was Kannan Subramaniam who won both races in the

It was Kannan Subramaniam who won both races in the Super Sport Indian 165cc class on the last day of the weekend. In both races, he led a clean sweep of TVS Racing outfit, with team-mates Jagan Kumar and Harry Sylvester finishing on the podium.

Kannan Subramaniam of Team TVS Racing
Kannan Subramaniam of Team TVS Racing

Whata’s notable is Jagan Kumar secured pole position in qualifying with Harry Sylvester getting the second spot and Manthana Kumar of Honda Ten10 Racing starting third.

In the Super Sport Indian 300-400cc class, it was Ami van Poederooijen who led from pole position to finish first in both races . The ones to start behind him were Abhishek Vasudev and Amarnath Menon. These two also secured a spot on the podium in both races, leading to a clean sweep by team Rockstar Racing in this racing class. In qualifying, Abhishek Vasudev had secured

These two also secured a spot on the podium in both races, leading to a clean sweep by team Rockstar Racing in this racing class. In qualifying, Abhishek Vasudev had secured second spot while Amarnath Menon came in at third spot. In essence, the fight for the top spot remained between the three top qualifiers.

In the Pro Stock 165cc class, it was Rajiv Sethu who took home the victory in both races. In the first race, though, Prabhu Arunagiri secured the second position while Vivek Pillai secured third. In the second race, Hari Krishnan secured second position while Prabhu Arunagiri slipped a position down to secure third. Rajiv Sethu secured the pole position in both races while Vivek Pillai and Mithun Kumar had secured the second and third spot, respectively.

While Vivek was still able to secure a podium spot in the first race, Mithun Kumar could not find a position on the podium for both the races.

Below are the results across different classes of the Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship:

Super Sport Indian 300-400cc

Race 1

1. Ami van Poederooijen (Auroville, Rockstar Racing)

2. Abhishek Vasudev (Bengaluru, Rockstar Racing)

3. Amarnath Menon (Kerala, Rockstar Racing)

Race 2

1. Ami van Poederooijen

2. Abhishek Vasudev

3. Amarnath Menon K

Super Sport Indian 165cc

Race 1

1. Kannan Subramaniam (Chennai, TVS Racing)

2. Jagan Kumar (Chennai, TVS Racing)

3. Harry Sylvester (Chennai, TVS Racing)

Race 2

1. Kannan Subramaniam

2. Harry Sylvester

3. Jagan Kumar

Pro Stock 165cc

Race 1

1. Rajiv Sethu (Chennai, Honda Ten10 Racing)

2. Prabhu Arunagiri (Chennai, RACR)

3. Vivek Pillai (Chennai)

Race 2

1. Rajiv Sethu

2. Hari Krishnan (Chennai, Honda Ten10 Racing)

3. Prabhu Arunagiri

Stock 165cc

Race 1

1. Joseph Mathew (Chennai, Sparks Racing)

2. Soorya PM (Chennai, Speed Up Racing)

3. Amala Gerald (Chennai, Performance Racing)

Race 2

1. Soorya PM

2. Anish Shetty (Hubballi, United Tech Torque)

3. Joseph Mathew

Yamaha MMSC One Make Championship (Novice)

Race 1

1. Anthony Peter (Coimbatore)

2. Vishal S (Chennai)

3. Vipul Hadgalkar (Mumbai)

Race 2

1. Anthony Peter

2.Anup Kumar M (Chennai)

3. Vipul Hadgalkar (Mumbai)

Support Race – Superbike

Race 1

1. Siddhanth K (Bengaluru)

2. Naresh Babu J (Chennai)

3. Devaraj Durairaj (Chennai)

Race 2

1. Deepak Ravikumar (Chennai)

2. Siddhanth K

3. Naresh Babu

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