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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Bengaluru gets top 3 spots at MRF MOGRIP FMSCI

COIMBATORE: Riders from the garden city of Bengaluru walked away with the top three spots in the MRF 2W Rally of Coimbatore.

K P Aravind of TVS Racing emerged as the overall winner of the motorcycle rally the second round of the MRF MOGRIP FMSCI Indian National Rally Championship 2015. R Nataraj also from the same team from Bangalore finished second while V S Naresh finished third.

Aravind and Nataraj are considered the best two-wheeler rallyists in the country currently, said organisers.

Spectators on Sunday cheered as the two men conquered the dirt roads pushing their machines to the limit. The event saw 38 entries across various categories.

"Two-wheeler rallying is definitely as exciting, if not more, than the four wheeler category. There was a good crowd in to cheer the racers as their motorbikes zoomed past each laps," said Coimbatore Auto Sports Club secretary J Prithiviraj.

"Also there were no accidents on the track during the event. As many as 32 competitors finished the rally and six competitors dropped out due to mechanical failure," he said.

The event was flagged off in the morning by mayor P Rajkumar from Andal Kalyana Mandapam on Trichy Road in the city, which was also the finishing point.

Speaking to reporters after the event, Aravind said "The terrain was enjoyable and at the same time challenging". Venu Ramesh Kumar runner-up in another category said that "The tracks were very smooth and fast. The organizers were very professional in handling the event,".

Source: Economic Times
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