combination of Mantra Racing and Hemanth Muddappa has created record after
record at every circuit in India and all the top National records in the
top-two classes stand in his name making him the fastest Indian motorsports
athlete. A high-performance rider, he trains hard both on physical fitness and
mental conditioning with a focus on his riding skills.
"We started right after the last round
and put in sustained efforts. One of the classes is not there anymore but with
the introduction of a new class, I will be taking part in four classes. The aim
is to go for three National titles this year," said the confident rider
from Coorg, who is also a champion at the fmsci-licensed Lonavala event, that
is run on a proper quarter-mile format. That track record is also in Muddappa's
as "LightningR1", for his superfast runs, he holds both the National
records in '851 to 1050cc class' and the '1051cc and above class' which he
bettered last season at the now rechristened Madras International Circuit.
the original four rounds, the Promoters Madras Motor Sports Club reduced the
calendar to three rounds. The second round will be on November 5 & 6 and
the final round is scheduled to be held at the same venue on Dec 17 and 18. The
length of MMSC Track is 302 metres (1000 feet) for vehicles above 550cc and for
all other classes it is 402 metres. The "Braking Distance" is 451.2m
for vehicles above 550cc and 351.2m for all other vehicles. The new class of
4-stroke unrestricted has been given National Championship status. There will
be eight different classes including a Ladies class for 4 Stroke stock up to
165cc bikes. Based on the total points allotted in each round, the National
champion will be declared after the third round.
Muddappa's winning Machines:
Championshp classes: 1. 550-850cc - Kawasaki ZX6R; 2. 1050cc & Above -
Suzuki Hayabusa; 3. Unrestricted- Suzuki Hayabusa.
category: 4. 851-1050cc - BMW S1000RR.