The 4th round of the MRF
Mogrip FMSCI National Supercross Championship 2015 was held in Hyderabad on
September 6, 2015. The Supercross event witnessed over 90 entries from riders
across the whole nation. This Championship has made a comeback to Hyderabad
after a gap of over six years and it received a thumping welcome from the
spectators as well as participants.
The race was dominated by the
TVS Racing Team. The most prestigious Class which is the SX1 saw Aravind K.P
(TVS Racing # 69) winning the overall class with a 1st place in both motos and
Abdul Waheed Tanveer (Team TVS) coming in second. This race had an all ‘TVS’
The SX 2 class for
‘privateers’ on foreign machines was a cracker of the race with a hard fought
battle between Jignesh, Ruguved Abhijit Jadhav and Aditya Thakkar. Between the
2 motos, Jignesh, Ruguved and Prithvi each shared the lead at some point or the
other but eventually it was Jignesh Patel of Nagpur who was able to hold on to
an overall 1st.
The Locals class received over 17 entries and
it is the most prestigious category to win for the local boys where this event
is held. Yasaswi K and Javed Khan
battled it out throughout the 5 laps and this was one of the more exciting
races of the day.
A special mention to the newly
introduced class, the JR SX with all the participants being under the age of 16
years. These kids were absolute heroes
in the eyes of the fantastic Hyderabad crowds.
The event was organised by
Godspeed Racing Pune and was sponsored by MRF Mogrip in association with the
TVS Motor Company, IOC- Servo and Sidvin Core-tech
Class 1 - SX 1 - Group "A" Stroke 2/4 Upto 250cc/ 500cc:
1. Aravind KP (TVS RTR 300, TVS Racing); 2. AW Tanveer (TVS RTR 250, TVS
Racing); 3. Rugved Barguje (TVS RTR 250, TVS Racing).
Class 2 - Novice - Group "C" Stroke 2/4 Upto 260cc: 1.
Aakash Satpute (TVS RTR, TVS Racing); 2. Yash Pawar (TVS RTR, TVS Racing); 3.
Sudeep Kottary (Hero Impulse, Mangalore).
Class 3 - Indian Experts - Group "B" Stroke 2/4 Upto
260cc: 1. Aravind KP (TVS RTR, TVS Racing); 2. AW Tanveer (TVS RTR, TVS
Racing); 3. R Nataraj (TVS RTR, TVS Racing).
Class 4 – Locals Group "B" Stroke 2/4 Upto 260cc: 1.
Yasaswi K (Hero Impulse, Hyderabad); 2. Javed Khan (Yamaha RX, Hyderabad); 3.
Mohd. Azeemuddin (Yamaha RX 135, Hyderabad).
Class 5 - Indian Experts Class-C Stroke 2/4 Upto 260cc: 1. AW
Tanveer (TVS RTR, TVS Racing); 2. Yuva Kumar (TVS RTR, TVS Racing); 3. R
Nataraj (TVS RTR, TVS Racing).
Class 6 - Experts - Group "C" Stroke 2/4 Upto 260cc: 1.
Suhail Ahmed (Hero Impulse, Bangalore); 2. Sudeep Kottary (Hero Impulse,
Mangalore); 3. Venkatesh Shetty (Hero Impulse, Mumbai).
Class 7 - Sx 2 - Group "A" Stroke 2/4 Upto 250cc/ 500cc: 1. Jignesh Patel (KTM SXF,
Nagpur); 2. Abhijit Jadhav (Yamaha YZ, Pune); 3. Rugved Barguje (Yamaha YZ,
Class 8 - Jr Sx - Group "A/B/C/D" Stroke 2/4 Upto 500cc:
1. Rugved Barguje (TVS RTR 125, TVS Racing); 2. Prithvi Singh (Honda CRF,
Chandigarh); 3. Rishi Gomes (Husqvarna, Goa).
Best Rider of the Race:
Aravind K P – Team TVS Racing
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