The Tata T1 Prima Truck Racing Championship that will be
held on March 22 and 23, 2014 at the Buddh International Circuit will be
preceded by a support race comprising motorcycles from TVS and Honda. According
to a press statement, former Moto 3 rider Sarath Kumar will lead the charge of
80 riders as the 2014 FMSCI-MMSC Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship
(INMRC) gets underway for the TVS & Honda One Make Championships. Both
Honda CBR 250R and TVS Apache RTR 180 categories will be the support races.
The MMSC INMRC will feature two races from each category.
The TVS Apache RTR 180 will have the Open and Novice class while Honda will
have the CBR150R Novice class and CBR250R Open class. Top riders from the
country will include the likes of Sarath Kumar, Sumit Lucas Toppo, A Prabhu and
Mathana Kumar among others.
For the first time the MMSC-INMRC will also see riders
hailing from different parts of the country with riders from Ahmadabad,
Chandigarh, Faridabad, Patna, Madurai, Chennai and Hyderabad. This is only the
second time that motorcycle racing will take place at the BIC after MMSC hosted
a Round of the INMRC last September.
Chairman of the Event, said, "We are extremely pleased to be promoters of
India's first ever Truck racing championship. Having the TVS and Honda One Make
Championships support the truck races promises a great weekend of motorsport
for all fans. Honda and TVS are two important partners for us along with
Yamaha, who are helping us reach out to young riders from different parts of
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