MRF MMSC FMSCI Indian Nationwide Bike Racing Championship 2022 Spherical 5 Day –3

Chennai, October 2: On a day of drama and suspense, veteran Rajini Krishnan, Mathana Kumar, Jagruti Penkar and Sarvesh Balappa clinched the titles of their respective classes because the fifth and last spherical of the MRF MMSC fmsci Indian Nationwide Bike Racing Championship 2022 concluded on the Madras Worldwide Circuit right here on Sunday.

Rajini (RACR Castrol Power1), needing only one extra level for the title, cruised to fourth place to seal the championship, his 11th Nationwide profession crown, within the premier Professional-Inventory 301-400cc Open class, whereas Mathana Kumar (Pacer Yamaha) from Trichy topped the Professional-Inventory 165cc Open class, by additionally ending fourth for his third title in 11 years.

Earlier, Jagruti (Axor Sparks Racing), the 21-year previous Science graduate from Mumbai was stored guessing earlier than affirmation got here that she certainly was the winner of the Women (Inventory 165cc) championship, her maiden title, following disqualification of race winner, Lani Zena Fernandez (RACR Castrol Power1). Jagruti completed on 81 factors to Ann Jennifer’s (Alpha Racing) 80.

Till the post-race scrutiny resulting in the disqualification, Jagruti was second within the championship behind Alpha Racing’s Ann Jennifer on countback after the pair had tied on factors, however the latter clinching the problem having gained two races to the Mumbai lady’s none. Nonetheless, the state of affairs turned on its head after Lani was disqualified. All finishers moved up a spot, pushing Ryhana Bee (Pacer Yamaha) to first, Jagruti to second and Aditi Krishnan (Winverve Apex Racing) to 3rd, whereas Ann Jennifer ended up sixth.

Sarvesh Balappa (Axor Sparks Racing), who had taken unassailable lead coming into the ultimate spherical, stored it clear and prevented shut battles for a fourth place. His team-mates Kayan Zubin Patel and Rohan Ramesh got here in first and second forward of Chiranth Vishwanath (Rookies Racing).

In the meantime, Rajini did likewise within the concluding Professional-Inventory 301-400cc Open race as he was content material to observe the Petronas TVS Racing’s trio of KY Ahamed, Jagan Kumar and Deepak Ravikumar. By the way, Ahamed accomplished a double.

“I took no probabilities at present. In spite of everything, I wanted only one extra level to win the championship. So, I used to be completely satisfied to remain in fourth place all through the race behind the TVS boys,” mentioned 41-year previous Rajini who, by the way, had one of the best lap (01:53.099) of the race.

Jagan additionally had an excellent outing within the Professional-Inventory 165cc Open race that he gained in fashion forward of Idemitsu Honda India SK69 Racing’s Rajiv Sethu and Senthil Kumar, for a grand double.

Two kids, Chiranth Vishwanath (Bengaluru), competing within the Rookie class of the Petronas TVS One-Make Championship, and Raheesh Mudassar Khatri (Mumbai) within the Novice (CBR 150) class of the Idemitsu Honda India Expertise Cup, created a buzz by successful all 10 races this season.

Provisional outcomes (all 6 laps except talked about):

Nationwide Championship – Professional-Inventory 301-400cc Open (Race-2, 8 laps)

  1. KY Ahamed (Chennai, Petronas TVS Racing) (15mins, 17.537secs)
  2. Jagan Kumar (Chennai, Petronas TVS Racing) (15:17.757)
  3. Deepak Ravikumar (Chennai, Petronas TVS Racing) (15:18.787)

Nationwide champion: Rajini Krishnan (Chennai, RACR Castrol Power1)

Workforce championship: Petronas TVS Racing

Producers championship: Yamaha

Professional-Inventory 165cc Open (Race-2, 8 laps)

  1. Jagan Kumar (Chennai, Petronas TVS Racing) (15:45.594)
  2. Rajiv Sethu (Chennai, Idemistu Honda SK69 Racing) (15:46.086)
  3. Senthil Kumar (Coimbatore, Idemistu Honda SK69 Racing) (15:47.664)

 Nationwide champion: Rajini Krishnan (Chennai, RACR Castrol Power1)

Workforce championship: Pacer Yamaha

Producers championship: Yamaha

Novice (Inventory 165cc, Race-2)

  1. Kayan Zubin Patel (Mumbai, Axor Sparks Racing) (13:01.987)
  2. Rohan Ramesh (Coimbatore, Axor Sparks Racing) (13:02.099)
  3. Chiranth Vishwanath (Bengaluru, Rookies Racing) (13:02.368)

Nationwide champion: Sarvesh Balappa (Hubballi, Axor Sparks Racing)

Workforce championship: Axor Sparks Racing

Producers championship: Yamaha

Women (Inventory 165cc, 5 laps)

  1. Ryhana Bee (Chennai, Pacer Yamaha) (11:00.132)
  2. Jagruti Penkar (Mumbai, Axor Sparks Racing) (11:00.493)
  3. Aditi Krishnan (Bengaluru, Winverve Apex Racing) (11:05.883)

Nationwide champion: Jagruti Penkar (Mumbai, Axor Sparks Racing)

Workforce championship: Alpha Racing

Producers championship: Yamaha

Petronas TVS One-Make Championship: Open (Apache RR 310)


  1. Rahil Pillarisetty (Hyderabad) (11:46.885)
  2. Manoj Yesuadiyan (Chennai) (11:47.317)
  3. Ananthraj (Chennai) (11:47.574)


  1. Rahil Pillarisetty (Hyderabad) (11:46.127)
  2. Ananthraj P (Chennai) (11:46.274)
  3. Manoj Yesuadian (Chennai) (11:46.437)

Champion: Rahil Pillarisetty (Hyderabad)

Rookie (Apache RTR 200, Race-2)

  1. Chiranth Vishwanath (Bengaluru) (12:27.582)
  2. Jinendra Ok Sangave (Kolhapur) (12:28.388)
  3. Savion Sabu (Bengaluru) (12:43.778)

Champion: Chiranth Vishwanath (Bengaluru)

Media (Apache RTR 200)

  1. Ishan Lee (11:34.557)
  2. Karan Singh (11:43.047)
  3. Mandar Sheela Sawant (12:00.631)

Champion: Ishan Lee

Idemitsu Honda India Expertise Cup: NSF 250 Open (Race-2, 10 laps)

  1. Mohsin Paramban (Malappuram) (18:40.383)
  2. Shyam Sundar (Chennai) (18:41.542)
  3. Rakshith Dave (Chennai) (19:04.772)

Champion: Sarthak Shrikant Chavan (Pune)

Novice (CBR 150, Race-2)

  1. Raheesh Mudassar Khatri (Mumbai) (12:50.201)
  2. Harshith V Bogar (Bengaluru) (13:09.078)
  3. Siddesh Sawant (Kolhapur) (13:10.491)

Champion: Raheesh Mudassar Khatri (Mumbai)

Assist Race – Honda Hornet 2.0 (Race-2)

  1. G Balaji (Chennai) (13:38.195)
  2. Romario John (Chennai) (13:38.377)
  3. Prabhu V (Chennai) (13:38.574)