Impressive show by Sarthak and Raheesh on day 2 of the IDEMITSU Honda India Talent Cup 2022 Round 1
An impressive show put up by Next-gen millennial riders Sarthak and Raheesh on day 2 of the IDEMITSU Honda India Talent Cup 2022 Round 1
· Double 1-2-3 for Sarthak Chavan, Shyam Sundar & AS James in the IDEMITSU Honda India Talent Cup NSF250R Open class
· Raheesh Khatri grabs double win in Round 1 of IDEMITSU Honda India Talent Cup CBR150R Novice class; Siddesh Sawant and Harshith Bogar finish race 2 on 2nd and 3rd place respectively
· Another win for Ullas Santrupt in Honda Hornet 2.0 One Make race; Allwin Xavier and Romario secure 2nd and 3rd place on podium
Coimbatore, 12 June 2022: As the curtains went down today for the Rollon round of the MRF MMSC FMSCI Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship (INMRC) 2022 at the Kari Motor Speedway in Coimbatore, the next-gen millennial riders steal the show with their fireball performances.
Topping the leadership board is Pune’s Sarthak Chavan and the youngest Raheesh Khatri of Mumbai who stamped their dominance with double wins in round 1 of the IDEMITSU Honda India Talent Cup NSF250R Open class and CBR150R Novice class respectively.
Last year, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India introduced Honda Hornet 2.0 One Make Race to provide racing experience to its customers. Continuing the same this year again, the round 1 of Honda Hornet 2.0 One Make Race saw Ullas Santrupt taking back home two podium wins.
Expressing his feelings, Mr. Prabhu Nagaraj - Operating Officer, Brand & Communication, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India. Pvt. Ltd. said, “We are extremely happy to see our young guns quickly adjusting and adapting to the Kari Motor Speedway, riding here for the very first time here. Racing brilliantly, Sarthak Chavan and Raheesh Khatri yet again proved their capabilities as they rose to victory on Day 2 as well. This gave us another glimpse of high potential young talent aiming to represent India in the International races in future. While it was a difficult day for our riders in PS165cc championship, but we are confident that they will bounce back with better results in next round. With the end of this round today, the challenge still continues to take on the championship titles.”