TVS Racing's R Nataraj Wins Indian Nationwide Rally Championship 2018; Aishwarya Pissay Seals The Women Class
TVS Racing’s R Nataraj has been topped because the 2018 Indian Nationwide Rally Championship (INRC) after a spectacular end. The crew received the championship in 4 out of 5 classes, dominating with its efficiency all through the season. The ultimate spherical of INRC passed off in Puttur, Mangalore and noticed the crew’s R Nataraj take the highest spot within the Tremendous Bike Professional Consultants class. In the meantime, Aishwarya Pissay, who made her comeback publish an damage throughout Baja World Rally, received the Group B Women Class within the remaining spherical, sealing the championship title for the second consecutive yr.
Commenting on the crew’s efficiency, B Selvaraj, Group Supervisor, TVS Racing mentioned, “I’m pleased that we may keep our profitable report this yr as effectively and wish to congratulate the crew on their commendable performances. At the moment’s Rally was a comeback Rally for Aishwarya publish her damage in Spain Baja and I’m thrilled that she may end the Rally on high. Nataraj and Rajendra maintained a constant efficiency all through the Rally regardless of their accidents and proved their dominance of their respective classes. Imran is in an incredible type proper now, he has given some outstanding performances this yr and I’m glad that he’s headed in the proper path. Asif has additionally maintained his tempo within the Rally and secured a podium end. I’d additionally prefer to thank all of the crew members for his or her relentless exhausting work in conserving the bikes at its greatest type and supporting the crew at each step.”
TVS Racing received throughout 4 classes in INRC this yr. Whereas R Nataraj received the Tremendous Bike Professional Skilled Class Group A, astride the RTR 450 FX, teammate Rajendra RE received within the Tremendous Sport (260) Group B class with the RTR 200. Imran Pasha received the Tremendous Sport (!65) Group B class with the RTR 160, whereas Syed Asif Ali took the second place with the rally-prepped TVS NTorq SXR.