Chennai Super Sport: Jagan, Raijini score wins for TVS and Racr

TVS' Jagan Kumar and Racr's Rajini Krishnan shared wins in the Indian Motorcycle Racing championship's Super Sport category at Madras Motor Race Track.

Chennai Super Sport: Jagan, Raijini score wins for TVS and Racr

Ami Van Poederooijen won overall in the combined Pro Stock and Super Sport category, but Jagan took victory in 130-165cc category having started on pole.

The TVS Racing rider's closest challenger was teammate Kanan Subramanium, finishing mere 0.297s behind with Yanseen Ahamed, making it TVS 1-2-3.

In the race, Subramanium made consistent inroads with four places from his starting position, while Ahamed lost a place to third.

Team Racr’s Deepak Kumar was fourth just ahead of veteran teammate Rajini Krishnan, as the lead Honda of Ten10 Racing’s Sarath Kumar was a distant sixth.

Mathana Kumar came home at seventh with TVS’ Harry Sylvester dropping five places to end eighth.

While Poederooijen won in 300-400cc category, Abhishek V finished second as Siddhanth K completed the podium.

In the Pro Stock 156cc category, Ten10’s Hari Krishnan took win as Rajiv Sethu made it Honda 1-2 with Racr’s Dinesh Kumar in third.

Jagan Kumar, TVS Racing

Rajini leads Racr 1-2 in final race

After TVS controlled the first race on Saturday, things turned out good for Team Racr's in Race 2 as the highly experienced Krishnan led a Racr 1-2 with Deepak finishing second.

It was a close fight between the two riders abode the Yamaha, with Krishnan charging through row three in a mixed group of 130-165cc, 300-400cc and Pro Stock 165cc category.

Jagan was TVS' lead rider in third, closely followed by Sarath in the Honda, the Ten10 rider beating teammate and the other TVS riders in the process.

Sylvester completed the top five with Mathana in the Honda a distant sixth as Ahamed and Subramanium retired.

Abhishek took a dominant 300-400cc category race with Pukhraj Singh in second and Siddhanth K completing the podium.

The Pro Stock 156cc category had yet another Ten10 1-2 led by Hari from teammate Sethu, the two riders beating third placed Racr's Dinesh comfortably - same trio as Race 1.

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