TVS Racing bags awards for 11 championships

By | February 4, 2017

New Delhi, 3 February 2017: TVS Racing has concluded a highly successful year winning 11 championships across all forms of two-wheeler motorsport events – Supercross, Rallies and Road racing.

The winners were honoured at the annual award ceremony organised here by Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI). In the Supercross and Rally categories, TVS Racing riders Abdul Wahind Tanveer won three championships this year while R. Nataraj won two championships.

In the Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship, 5th time champion K. Jagan retained his crown.

TVS Motor Company won the award for being the best manufacturer of the year in the Super Sport Indian category upto 165cc. The list of championships won by the TVS Racing team is appended below for reference with the details of the recipient.

MRF Mogrip FMSCI National supercross Championship 2016

  • Group A  – Foreign motorcycles upto 500cc 4 stroke riding RTR 300 FX (Rider: Abdul Wahid Tanveer)
  • HK Pradeep, TVS Racing, receiving the award from 2w Commission chairman Sujit Kumar on 3 Feb 2017 at Hyderabad. A TVS image

    Group B – Indian Motorcycles upto 260cc 4 stroke riding Apache RTR 180 (Rider: R. Nataraj)

  • Group C – Indian motorcycles  upto 260cc 4 stroke riding Apache RTR 180 (Rider: R. Nataraj)

MRF Mogrip FMSCI Indian National Rally Championship 2016

  • National Rally Champion team (TVS Racing)
  • National Rally Champion (Rider :Abdul Wahid)
  • Super Bike – Pro Expert – Motorcycles upto 600cc 4 stroke riding RTR 450 FX (Rider: Abdul Wahid Tanveer)
  • Super Sport Indian – Indian Motorcycles upto 165cc 4 stroke riding Apache RTR 165 (Rider: R E Rajendra)
  • Indian Scooters upto 210cc 4 stroke riding Wego (Rider: Syed Asif Ali)

MMSC FMSCI Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship 2016

  • Best manufacturer in the Super Sport Indian upto 165cc category (TVS Motor Company Ltd)
  • Best team in the Super Sport Indian upto 165cc category (TVS Racing)
  • Super Sport Indian upto 165cc 4 stroke riding Apache RTR 160 (Rider: K. Jagan)
 ends/TVS Racing press release