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Tamilnadu News

Indian bike riders all set for Asia Road Racing Championship finale

Covai Post Network

Image credit : Illustrative image

‘IDEMITSU Honda Racing India’ by T Pro Ten10, the only Indian team to participate in Asia Road racing championship in Thailand is once again ready to showcase its mettle in the final round of FIM Asia Road Racing Championship this weekend at the Chang International Circuit.

Showcasing their skills in the last 5 rounds of ARRC 2018 season, the ‘IDEMITSU Honda Racing India’ team’ ready for the final round of ARRC in Thailand.

Seventeen-year-old rider Senthil Kumar along with Rajiv Sethu will also be putting up their best efforts in the concluding round of Honda’s Asian rider development platform – Honda Thai Talent Cup at Chang International circuit in Buriram on NSF 250 machine.

Keeping a steady performance, Japanese team-mate, Taiga Hada (#23) will be a tough competition for his opponents in the SuperSport 600cc (SS 600) class. Both the Indian riders – Rajiv Sethu (#80) and Anish Shetty (#81) will compete in the Asia Production 250cc (AP250) class.

Commenting on the expectations from the final round, Mr. Prabhu Nagaraj, Vice President, Brand and Communications, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. said, “the final round will be full of expectations and pressure for all the riders. This season gave an authentic international exposure to our Indian riders at Asia’s toughest motorsports racing. With all the learning & experience this year, both Indian riders would be looking for improving their position in AP 250 class while Taiga Hada would be fighting for a podium in the finale of this season in SS 600 class. This season has given us a lot of learnings and we will be working on the weak points to be back stronger to compete in this premium championship.”

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