Spotlight on 600cc bikes in ARRC event

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Aug 2, 2018, 1:00 am IST
Updated Aug 2, 2018, 1:00 am IST
The spotlight will be on the premier SuperSport 600cc category that has got some of the the familiar faces of the veterans.
Ron Hogg said he would be happy to see two rounds in India in the future since he felt most comfortable with the professional approach of the MMSC.
 Ron Hogg said he would be happy to see two rounds in India in the future since he felt most comfortable with the professional approach of the MMSC.

Chennai: A refurbished Madras Motor Race Track is all set for some top-drawer action as it hosts the fourth round of FIM Asia Road Racing Championship this weekend.

A bunch of seasoned campaigners who are no strangers to the track along with a clutch of teenagers will be parading their talent over the weekend in SuperSport 600cc, Asia Production 250cc and the Underbone 150cc categories, alongside two support events, the Idemitsu Honda India Talent Cup (CBR 250, Open) organised by MMSC and the TVS One-Make Championship (Open, Apache R310).

 

Ron Hogg, director of Two Wheels Motor Racing, the promoters of ARRC, said he was amazed at the new infrastructure made available for this weekend’s races and the progress made by the MMSC. He said he would be happy to see two rounds in India in the future since he felt most comfortable with the professional approach of the MMSC.

The spotlight will be on the premier SuperSport 600cc category that has got some of the the familiar faces of the veterans.

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