TVS Asia One-Make Championship Driver Squad Announcement: 3 Indians Selected
TVS Racing has announced the driver line-up for the TVS Asia One-Make Championship and it also includes three Indian drivers. This will be the first ever road racing championship hosted by an Indian manufacturer at the global level.
TVS Racing, the factory racing team of TVS Motor Company, recently announced the launch of its One Make Championship on a global platform. The TVS Asia One-Make Championship will be held in Malaysia later this month. Now, the company has announced its 16-rider squad that will compete in the TVS Asia One-Make Championship and it also includes three riders from India.
Here are the drivers selected for the TVS Asia One-Make Championship 2022:
|Muhamad Harith Farhan Baharin||Malaysia||Male|
|Mohammad Fitri Ashraf||Malaysia||Male|
|Decky Tiarno Aldy||Indonesia||Male|
|Kerwin Eins Golbert G. Chang||Philippines||Male|
|Varis Felix Fleming||Australia||Male|
|James Frederick Jacobs||Australia||Male|
TVS Racing said the selection of the driver line-up for the Asia One-Make Championship was based on the skills of the drivers, their latest best achievements and their lap times to ensure that only the best are selected in the first championship. In addition, the consistency and adaptability of the runners were also taken into consideration.
It is worth mentioning that the TVS Asia One-Make Championship will be the first-ever road racing championship held by an Indian manufacturer at the global level. It will run alongside the FIM Asian Road Racing Championship (ARRC). The 2022 TVS Asia One-Make Championship will feature the racing version of the company’s flagship motorcycle, the Apache RR 310.
TVS Racing says its 2022 Asia One-Make Championship will serve as a platform to discover new talent while showcasing the qualities and capabilities of the racing Apache RR 310. The sixteen selected drivers of the TVS Asia One-Make Championship will participate in four rounds and compete according to the schedule below:
|Round 1||May 27-29, 2022||Malaysia||Sepang International Circuit|
|2nd round||July 1-3, 2022||Indonesia (to be confirmed)||Mandalika International Circuit|
|Round 3||August 12-14, 2022||Japan||Sugo International Circuit|
|Round 4||November 18-20, 2022||Thailand||Chang International Circuit|
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