Sandeep claims MRF Formulation 2000 crown

Sandeep Kumar, winner of the championship within the MRF Formulation 2000 class

Sandeep Kumar and Chetan Surnineni received the MRF Formulation 2000 and 1600 titles because the curtains got here down on the fourth and closing spherical of the MRF MMSC FMSCI Indian Nationwide Automobile Racing Championship 2023 on the Madras Worldwide Circuit on Sunday.

Additionally choosing up the Nationwide titles of their respective classes have been Gurunath Meiyappan (Race Ideas, Indian Touring Vehicles), Deepak Ravikumar (Efficiency Racing, Indian Junior Touring Vehicles) and T.S. Diljith (DTS Racing, Tremendous Inventory and Formulation LGB 1300).

The championship battle within the MRF Formulation 2000 went all the way down to the wire. Sandeep did simply sufficient to select up essential factors and pip Arya Singh by three factors to assert the crown. By the way, each the MRF F2000 races have been received by Aditya Swaminathan.

Chetan Surineni, championship winner in the MRF Formula 1600 category

Chetan Surineni, championship winner within the MRF Formulation 1600 class

Likewise, Chetan received Race-1 and completed second in Race-2 behind Viswas Vijayaraj to assert the championship within the MRF F1600 class. The 48-year-old Gurunath wanted simply 5 factors going into the fourth spherical, the place he completed fourth in Race-1 and third in Race-2 to seal the ITC crown with a tally of 171 factors.

The outcomes (provisional, 8 laps except talked about):

MRF F2000 (Race-2, 10 laps): 1. Aditya Swaminathan (15:59.086); 2. Arya Singh (15:59.657); 3. Jaden Rahman Pariat (16:09.957). Race-3: 1. Aditya (15:54.237); 2. Jaden (15:54.507); 3. Arya (16:00.352).

MRF Formulation 1600 (Race-2, 10 laps): 1. Chetan Sureneni (17:12.071); 2. Viswas Vijayaraj (17:16.562); 3. Aman Nagdev (17:19.278). Race-3: 1. Viswas (16:39.489); 2. Chetan (16:39.738); 3. Veer Sheth (16:47.179).

Indian Touring Vehicles (Race-1): 1. Ritesh Rai (Arka Motorsports) (15:01.439); 2. Biren Pithawalla (Group N1) (15:08.362); 3. Arjun Balu (Race Ideas) (15:08.858). Race-2 (10 laps): 1. Ritesh (22:08.620); 2. Biren (22:12.222); 3. Gurunath Meiyappan (Race Ideas) (22:23.804).

Gurunath Meiyappan, who won the title in the Indian Touring Cars category

Gurunath Meiyappan, who received the title within the Indian Touring Vehicles class

Indian Junior Touring Vehicles (Race-1): 1. Deepak Ravikumar (Group Efficiency Racing) (15:27.357); 2. Akkineni Anand Prasad (Group Efficiency Racing) (15:31.118); 3. Haktim Shabbir Jamnagarwala (Group Efficiency Racing) (15:37.365). Race-2 (10 laps): 1. Deepak (22:34.641); 2. Akkineni Anand (22:37.484); 3. Haktim (22:37.919).

Tremendous Inventory (Race-1): 1. Zahan Commissariat (16:37.212); 2. T.S. Dilijith (DTS Racing) (16:37.615); 3. Justin Singh (Redline Racing) (16: 40.756). Race-2 (10 laps): 1. Dilijith (23:40.218); 2. Zahan (23.41.591); 3. Jarshan Anand (DB Motorsport) (23:54.807).

Formulation LGB 1300 (Race-1): 1. Viswas Vijayaraj (DTS Racing) (14:53.894); 2. T.S. Diljith (DTS Racing) (14:54.251); 3. Bala Prasath (DTS Racing) (15:10.025). Race-2: 1. Dhruvh Goswami (MSport) (25:18.849); 2. M. Abhay (MSport) (25:19.081); 3. Diljith (25:23.650).

Diljith TS, winner of titles in the Super Stock and Formula LGB 1300 categories

Diljith TS, winner of titles within the Tremendous Inventory and Formulation LGB 1300 classes

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