Snatching both pole positions in qualifying, Honda riders get ready for Round 4 of INMRC

Rajiv Sethu grabs the pole in INMRC SuperSport 165cc qualifier

Rajiv Sethu secures his pole start in Super Sport 165cc class

Double podium position start in Pro Stock 165cc as Mithun and Senthil qualify 1st and 3rd 

 


Riding on the back of their performance of this season, Honda riders are all geared up for Round 4 of the championship this weekend in Chennai.


Leading from the front, Honda racers have topped the charts in both Pro-Stock 165cc and Super-Sport 165cc categories in qualifying round held today at Madras Motor Race Track, Chennai.


Pro-Stock 165cc


Mithun Kumar PK gave his best shot and secured pole start in the qualifying round with a best lap time of 1:59.301. Giving Honda the double spot in top 3 was Senthil Kumar who qualified 3rd with a lap time of 2:00.510. Meanwhile, Anish Shetty, the leader in championship so far finished 8th. The pro stock races over the weekend will play a key role in deciding who takes on the crown home this season.


Leading with 141 points and 17 points margin, the Honda trio of Anish, Mithun and Senthil are ready to further Honda’s current count of 10 podiums including 4 wins.


Super Sport 165cc


Leading the charge of Honda, Rajiv Sethu secured the first pole start with the best lap time of 1:54.999. Riders S. Mathana Kumar and Sarath Kumar qualified with 5thand 7th positions. Heading towards Round 4, Honda holds a total of 179 points with a count of 8 podiums including 2 wins in the super sport category and reserves the hope of strong results in the upcoming races.


 

Speaking on the performance of Honda riders, Mr. Prabhu Nagaraj, Vice President – Brand & Communications, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. said, “Honda riders had an outstanding performance in today’s qualifying round and we are entering this round with high confidence. We are happy to see that backed by world-class training and international exposure, Rajiv Sethu has given his best ever timing today. Looking at the lap time of today’s qualifying, we respect a very closely contested race tomorrow. This round will be a step closer in deciding the season championship. All our riders are now focussed to give their best and take further the racing legacy of Honda.”

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