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Chennai’s Nirmal among top winners of National Karting Championships
Covai Post Network
August 23, 2015
Chennai-based Nirmal Umashankar (Team Meco Racing), Agra’s Shahan Ali Mohsin (Team Meco Racing), and Bangalore-based Ricky Donison (Team BPC Racing) were the winners of their respective categories in the Round 3 of the 12th JK Tyre-FMSCI National Karting Championship.
Nirmal Umashankar won the Junior Max race, beating Akash and Mohammed
Nallwala. Shahan Ali Mohsin had to face tough competition from Nikhil and Chirag, who won the second and third places respectively.
Ricky Donison won the Senior Max final yet again.
Round 4 of the 12th JK Tyre-FMSCI National Rotax Karting Championship will be held in Bangalore from September 25-26.
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