2022 edition of TVS One-Make Championship for Women and Rookie category in Mumbai

Written by Akhil Dalvi

TVS Motor Company’s factory racing team, TVS Racing, has sent an invite for aspiring racers for its 2022 TVS One-Make Championship. Composed of Women and Rookie categories, the aspiring racers will begin their journey by participating in a full-day training school. Meanwhile, TVS Racing will host the selection rounds of the event in Mumbai on March 27th, 2022, at Ajmera IndiKarting. The session will also include a training session supervised by TVS Racing’s national champions to help riders gain familiarity.

TVS One-Make Championship: Selection Round Details 

The riders aspiring to participate in the women’s category will test their ability on race-spec TVS Apache RTR 200 4V. Meanwhile, rookie category riders will test their skills and potential on the TVS Apache RR 200 at the venue in Mumbai. Additionally, TVS Racing states that the rookie category will act as an indispensable platform to nurture young motorsport talent in India. The racing team will also ensure to select particular riders from several cities, aged 11-18, based on various parameters.

These include best lap timings, physical fitness, and racing abilities, after which the final selection round will take place at MMRT. The selected racers will then compete for five rounds of the championship using race-tuned Apache RTR 200 4V’s and RR 200s. Post the final selection round in Chennai. The racers will undergo specific training from TVS Racing to improve physical fitness. TVS Racing will focus on honing the racing skills of the select riders before the 2022 Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship.

TVS One-Make Championship: Selection Criteria 

The company has stated that interested participants who wish to register can contact the helpline number- +919632253833 for further details. Participants must also get their own safety equipment which includes a full-face helmet with a visor and Double-D ring strap. Along with the helmets featuring DOT and ECE certification, riders will also acquire racing suits with limited availability.

With a reporting time of 8 am, Women’s category participants must pay INR 1,500 the other pays INR 1,600. All participants must carry a valid two-wheeler license along with a Level-1 FMSCI certified training document from a racing training school. TVS Racing’s national champions Harry Sylvester, Jagan Kumar, KY Ahamed, and Aishwarya Pissay will supervise and train the interested participants.

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