Alimon Saidalavi and Hemanth Muddappa, both from Bengaluru, emerged victoriously in their superbike categories during round three of the MMSC FMSCI Indian National Motorcycle Drag Racing Championship 2022 at the Madras International Circuit. On a Kawasaki Ninja H2, Alimon dominated the Unrestricted category and recorded a time of 7.556 seconds over 302 meters to clinch the victory ahead of Muddappa and Attaulla Baig. Muddappa emerged as the winner in the 1051-1650cc category with a time of 7.910 seconds, followed by Mujahid Pasha and Md Riyaz.
Alimon now enjoys an unmatchable 32-point lead over Baig in the championship standings and has set the fastest time at the MIC, beating Muddappa’s previous record of 7.749. The fourth and final round of the 2022 Championship will take place on Friday at the same venue.
The provisional results of the third round of the MMSC FMSCI Indian National Motorcycle Drag Racing Championship 2022 are as follows:
Unrestricted: 1. Alimon Saidalavi (Bengaluru) (7.556sec); 2. Hemanth Muddappa (Mantra Racing, Bengaluru) (7.768sec); 3. Attaulla Baig (Bengaluru) (8.037sec).
1051-1650cc: 1. Hemanth Muddappa (Mantra Racing, Bengaluru) (7.910sec); 2. Mujahid Pasha (Bengaluru) (8.019sec); 3. Md Riyaz (Hyderabad) (8.103sec).
851-1050cc (Support race): 1. Saurabh Parabh (Mumbai) (7.880sec); 2. Hemanth Muddappa (Mantra Racing, Bengaluru) (8.065sec); 3. S.P. Sugan Prasad (Bengaluru) (8.236sec).
551-850cc: 1. Sidharth Ratan Parmar (Mumbai) (8.510sec); 2. Saurabh Parab (Mumbai) (8.552sec); 3. Mohammed Riyaz (Hyderabad) (8.630sec).
361-550cc (Super Sport Indian): 1. Anish Shetty (PRN Motorsports, Bengaluru) (12.243sec); 2. Bharath Raj (Rockers Racing, Chennai) (12.244sec); 3. Aiyaz Rem (Bengaluru) (12.363sec).
166-225cc (Support race); 1. P. Srikantha (Bengaluru) (13.520sec); 2. Aiyaz Rem (Bengaluru) (14.293sec); 3. R. Madhan Kumar (Chennai) (14.333sec).
Upto 165cc (Super Sport Indian): 1. Mohan Babu (Rockers Racing, Chennai) (14.154sec); 2. Arvind Ganesh (Chennai) (14.234sec); 3. Bharath Raj (Rockers Racing, Chennai) (14.235sec).
2-Stroke 131-165cc: 1. Prashanth (Bengaluru) (12.821sec); 2. Aiyaz Rem (Bengaluru) (12.983sec); 3. Shreyas Hareesh (Rockers Racing, Bengaluru) (13.069sec).
2-Stroke Upto 130cc: 1. Abdul Shaikh (Bengaluru) (13.497sec); 2. Mohamed Rafiq (Bengaluru) (13.778sec); 3. Mohammed Arfath (Bengaluru) (13.784sec).
Girls (165cc, Novice): 1. Sarah Khan (Axor Sparks Racing, Mumbai) (16.562sec); 2. Aditi Krishnan (Bengaluru) (16.639sec); 3. Lani Zena Fernandez (RACR, Puducherry) (16.704sec).
Alimon Saidalavi, winner in Unrestricted category in a record time (Dec 29)