Chennai III Super Sport: Subramaniam leads TVS 1-2-3 in both races
TVS Racing dominated Round 4 of the Indian National Motorcycle championship with Kannan Subramaniam clinching two wins in the Super Sport category.
Even after missing the qualifying, it didn't deter Subramaniam from controlling both the national races in the 165cc category.
The Chennai-based rider not only got the races under his belt but headed a TVS Racing 1-2-3 with teammates Jagan Kumar and Harry Sylvester completing the podium.
While points leader Kumar took second in Race 1, it was Sylvester's chance in Race 2 to end behind Subramaniam, as the trio ran in tandem in the races.
Behind the top three, TVS' Ahmed Yanseen was fourth in the first race keeping Praveen Kumar at bay, while Honda's Ten10 Racing team rider Mathana Kumar retired.
Whereas in the second race, Mathana was comfortably able to beat Yanseen to finish fourth and salvage points for the Japanese manufacturer.
Sethu doubles up in Pro Stock
Honda Ten10 Racing rider Rajiv Sethu enjoyed proceedings in the Pro Stock 165cc category winning both the races on Sunday.
While Sethu comfortably led ahead, in Race 1 Racr's Prabhu A was able to secure second before Honda's Hari Krishnan beat him in Race 2.
Krishnan was on course for podium in the category's first race in Round 4, but a jump start penalty dropped him to sixth.
Vivek Pillai recorded podium finish with third in the first race, just missing it on in the second race ending fourth by close to half a second.
Another of Honda rider Mithun Kumar had a decent weekend secure fourth and fifth place finishes respectively.
Poederooijen wins 300-400cc races
In the Super Sport 300-400cc category, Ami van Poederooijen led Rockstar Racing's 1-2-3 in both the races in the weekend.
The Spanish rider was comfortable ahead with Abhishek V and Amarnath Menon completing the podium - in the same order.
Ananth Raj and Pukhraj Singh finished fourth and fifth respectively in Race 1, while Singh improved to fourth and Siddharth K finished fifth in Race 2.
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