Indians make a mark at Sugo Road Race 2012 in Japan
Sankar Sridharan and Dinesh Kumar finish 3rd and 4th at the Sugo Road Race 2012
Sankar Sridharan and Dinesh Kumar, winners of Yamaha India’s R15 One Make Race Championship 2011, finished third and fourth respectively in the 150cc category of the Sugo Road Race 2012 in Japan. Eleven Indian riders, six from the Philippines and three from Japan participated in the Sugo Road Race Series 2012, Japan.
Sridharan and Kumar were to take part in the Yamaha ASEAN Cup 2011 but due to severe floods in Thailand they got a chance to participate in the Sugo Road Race Series 2012 in Japan.
Jun Nakata, Director - Sales and Marketing, Yamaha Motor India said, “We are very pleased with the excellent biking skills displayed by both our riders on the international race track and would like to congratulate all the winners of the Sugo Road Race 2012. This was definitely a great platform for them to showcase their talent on an international circuit. Our endeavour is to provide continuous support to young Indian riders in the future as well.”
Yamaha’s R15 One Make Race Championship offers a platform for Indian riders to hone their skills and gain experience in international level competitions.
- Previous Story
- Next Story
Sign up for our customized BIKER newsletter today.
Readers' opinions ( 0 )
As part of its global expansion initiative, Hero...
Iconic American motorcycle brand, Indian...
Here is the exhilarating clip of the 2010 BMW S1000RR being tested at the Portimao Racetrack in...
Bajaj has unveiled its next generation Pulsar 200 for India and has slated its launch sometime...