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Honda India believes the new Moto3-spec bike it is introducing this year will be a “game changer” for Indian motorsports.
The Chennai duo of Aravind Balakrishnan and Kevin Kannan claimed top honours in the MMSC Motorcycle Endurance Race at the Madras Motor Race Track on Sunday.
MotoGP legend Mick Doohan is confident that Indian riders can perform competitively at world stage, provided they receive required training during the formative years of their career.
For Indian motorsport to reach new heights, it's time promoters turn their attention from competitors to spectators, opines Rachit Thukral.
TVS Racing is currently in the process of evaluating an “extensive training programme” for National Motorcycle champion Jagan Kumar and it could potentially include international outings.
Ducati India has announced the launch of its own one-make sportbike racing championship, the Ducati India Race Cup.
TVS Racing’s Jagan Kumar claimed his seventh national title with a sixth place finish in the final race of the 2018 MRF MMSC National Motorcycle Championship season.
Honda rider Anish Shetty secured the Pro Stock 165cc title with one race to spare in the final round of the MRF MMSC National Motorcycle Championship on Saturday.
Factory riders from Honda and TVS, along with a bunch of privateers, will fight for ultimate glory in the final round of MRF MMSC National Motorcycle Championship in Chennai this weekend.
Honda’s Rajiv Sethu came on top in a thrilling duel with TVS rival Jagan Kumar as the fourth round of MRF MMSC National Racing Championship concluded in Chennai on Sunday.
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TVS Racing’s KY Ahamed started the fourth round of the MRF MMSC National Motorcycle Championship with victory in the first Super Sport 165cc race.
TVS Racing rider Jagan Kumar made it two wins in a row as the third round of the MRF National Motorcycle Championship concluded on Sunday.
Defending champion Jagan Kumar led a 1-2 finish for TVS Racing in the third round of MRF National Motorcycle Championship in Chennai on Saturday.
Honda 2Wheelers has announced a new Indian motorcycle championship based around the Japanese manufacturer’s title-winning Moto3 bike from the 2015 season.
Honda rider Rajiv Sethu moved to the lead of the Super Sport 165cc standings with a double win in Round 2 of the MRF MMSC National Motorcycle Championship.
Honda rider Rajiv Sethu won an incident-packed Super Sport 1650cc race in the second round of MRF MMSC National Motorcycle Racing Championship at the Madras Motor Race Track on Saturday.
MRF will introduce slick tyres in the Indian National Motorcycle Championship, starting with this weekend’s Chennai round.