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Sarath Kumar forced to withdraw from round 2 ARRC

Sarath Kumar
Sarath Kumar in Action

There is unhealthy news. Indian racer Sarath Kumar has needed to pull out of the 2d round of the ARRC (Asian street Racing Championship). The second round of the championship is presently occurring at Buriram in Thailand.

Sarath Kumar
Sarath Kumar

Sarath needed to pull out due to the knee damage that he sustained for the duration of the pre-season trying out. The injury began acting up, and he was unable to even shift gears. The workforce took a resolution to tug out, seeing how it was once more fundamental to have a match Sarath again in motion on the subsequent circular at Suzuka, Japan than risking annoying the injury further

“It was most unfortunate that my debut in the 600cc class was a non-starter,” said Sarath. “I was in severe pain after participating in the three free practice sessions on Friday following which we decided to skip the rest of the weekend rather than risk aggravating the injury.”

The next round of the championship will happen at Suzuka in Japan on 4-5 June, 2016