Honda Racing is all geared up for the fourth round of the 2017 MMSC FMSCI Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship to be held this weekend.
44 riders from the Honda contingent will fight for dominance at the Madras Motor Race Track across National Championship and Honda One Make Race Championship.
The Super Sport 165cc class is led by Rajiv S, Mathana Kumar, and Hari Krishnan R. With 91 points Mathana Kumar stands second on the scoreboard while teammate Rajiv S continues to lead the scoreboard with 111 points.
The Pro Stock 165cc category comprises of India's top-notch racing talent including Chennai boys - Mithun, Soorya, B Aravind and Anish D Shetty from Hubli. Aravind leads the Pro-stock class with 108 points.
In the Honda One Make Championship, the CBR 250R Open class will see nail-biting competition between 15 riders from Apex Racing team and Honda Ten10 Racing team. The grid comprises of top racing talents including Rajiv S, Hari Krishnan R and B Aravind.
In the CBR 150R Novice category, 28 riders will battle it out for the victory. The riders have undergone extensive racing training from Honda Ten10 Racing Academy and other training schools. Five women riders will compete in the Honda All Ladies Race.
Vice President, Customer Service, HMSI, Prabhu Nagaraj said, "This race is extremely crucial for Honda2Wheeler India team. We want to solidify our position in the championship even further. Achieving the podium finishes in the last round has been extremely encouraging for our riders."
Honda Racing leads the Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship. The fourth round of the championship will be held at Madras Motor Race Track in Chennai this weekend. Honda aims to keep the momentum going by registering strong results across the classes.