Racing, the factory racing team of TVS Motor Company, achieved a historic
landmark by becoming the first Indian race bike to cross the 200 km/h mark.
India’s first factory racing team’s Asia RR 310 OMC Race bike clocked a
staggering top speed of 201.2 km/hr at Sepang International Circuit in
achievement is a testament to TVS Racing’s constant efforts to enhance its
technological prowess and maintain its leadership in the two-wheeler
motorsports scene. Participants in the TVS Asia One Make Championship 2022 are
riding sixteen extensively modified Race-Spec TVS Asia One Make Apache RR 310
motorcycles, imbibed with TVS Motor’s racing DNA.
Sumbly, Head – Premium Business, TVS Motor Company, said, “We are constantly exciting this segment
by democratising racing through initiatives like the TVS One-Make Championship
and Apache Racing Experience. These initiatives give enthusiastic riders a
platform to hone their skills and prove their mettle. It is also a means for us
to push the technological and engineering limits of the TVS Apache series
through our “Track to Road” philosophy, thus increasing the performance and fun
quotient. The results of these initiatives are visible as TVS Apache has become
the fastest growing brand in its segment.”
TVS Apache RR 310 Asia OMC race bike designed and engineered from the ground up
has received substantial technology for an uncompromised racetrack performance
312cc DOHC four-valve liquid-cooled engine
38 percent higher power output than the road-legal TVS Apache RR 310
Forged pistons, Titanium valves and HLHD Cams
RAM Air Intake system that boosts the top speed.
Lightweight carbon fibre parts, including all bodywork, wheels and subframe
Ohlins adjustable and custom-built suspension
Dunlop soft compound radial racing tyres
of the first round of TVS Asia OMC, the first-ever road racing championship by
an Indian manufacturer on a global level
16 riders from 8 countries, including three Indian riders, namely KY Ahamed,
Deepak Ravikumar and 10-time INMRC winner - Jagan Kumar, battled it out on the
Race 1 witnessed Vorapong Malahuan riding to glory, followed by Decky Tiamo
Aldy, who recorded the fastest lap time of 2:28:477.
Race 2 saw Muhammad Fitri Ashraf set a staggering lap time of 2:27:433 and
makean impressive climb to the top from the number five spot in Race 1
It was a mixed weekend for the Indian riders as KY Ahamed, and Jagan Kumar
finished in the top 10 in both races.
Deepak Ravikumar met with a crash during Race 2 and hopes to make a strong
comeback in the next round.
– Vorapong Malahuan (Thailand)
– Decky Tiamo Aldy (Indonesia)
– Varis Felix Fleming (Australia)
– Muhammad Fitri Ashraf (Malaysia)
- DeckyTiamoAldy (Indonesia)
- VorapongMalahuan (Thailand)
second round of the TVS Asia One Make Championship is scheduled from August
12-14, 2022, at Sugo International Circuit in Japan. This will be followed by the final two
rounds, for which venues are to be confirmed tentatively in October and
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