TVS Supplying Motorcycles For One-Make Racing Series

TVS Supplying Motorcycles For One-Make Racing Series

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By TVS Racing:

TVS Racing Participates in FIM Asia Road Racing Championship for TVS Asia One-Make Championship

Bangi, April 2022 – Two Wheels Motor Racing Sdn. Bhd. (“TWMR”) announces its partnership with TVS Racing, the factory racing team of TVS Motor Company of its participation in the TVS Asia One-Make Championship that will run alongside FIM Asia Road Racing Championship (“ARRC”).


A TVS Apache RR310 spec racebike. Photo courtesy TVS.
A TVS Apache RR310 spec racebike. Photo courtesy TVS.


The championship will see a total of sixteen riders from all over Asia who will be finalised on 27th April, 2022 for the first year. The selection will be held at the Sepang International Circuit where Round 2 of the ARRC will take place in May.

Commenting on the development, Mr. Vimal Sumbly, Head – Premium Business, TVS Motor Company, said, “The engineering and performance prowess in our race machines has been derived from TVS Racing’s race-bred pedigree on the track, proving its mettle across a host of racing formats and has put us on the global map.  We are excited about carving our success story internationally. The TVS Asia One Make Championship will play a pivotal role as a milestone in our global journey for TVS Racing.”

“We take this as an opportunity to take our learnings from the Indian tracks and demonstrate our capabilities internationally.  We also look forward to having international racers atop our TVS Asia One Make Apache RR 310 motorcycles competing in the future championships.”


A TVS Apache RR310 spec racebike. Photo courtesy TVS.
A TVS Apache RR310 spec racebike. Photo courtesy TVS.


Ron Hogg, Promotions Director of Two Wheels Motor Racing Sdn. Bhd. said, “The participation of TVS Racing in the One-Make Championship is a bold gesture that would certainly open avenues in discovering new talents. More importantly, bringing in a new partner and manufacturer will ignite the interest for FIM Asia Road Racing Championship in general.”

On the impact towards the motorsport industry, Ron continued, “Motorsport industry is ever-changing. From a technological perspective, we move very quickly from two-strokes to four-strokes and having said that, we foresee further development of machines to suit the needs of the industry. Being rider-centric, we constantly look for ways that would pave opportunities for riders to pursue professional riding at a higher level. Our collaboration with TVS Racing in this One-Make Championship is part of our strategic plan that would serve the needs of our Asian riders at the regional front consequently contributing to a comprehensive development within the motorsport industry.”

FIM Asia President, Stephan P Carapiet said, “The One-Make Championship collaboration is an important mark in the motorsport championships as it forms yet another platform for the development of future motorsport stars and an opportunity to race the TVS One-Make machines. TVS will now be able to showcase the capacities, qualities and reliabilities of the machine in the racing field and through the technical specifications and data obtained from the races, they will also be able to make forward approaches in developing enhanced features that would better serve the needs of their domestic use.”

“India is a base for motorcycle manufacturers with a sales projection that supersedes the rest of the Asian markets. The involvement of TVS in racing however goes the extra mile to exhibit their advancement in technology and potentially spark interest in motorsport among the 1 billion population. FIM Asia fully supports this initiative and with the financial subsidies and opportunities provided by TVS Racing, we look forward to the participation of over 10 countries for the coming round in Malaysia.”

TVS Asia One-Make Championship will participate in four rounds of the ARRC:

1.     27th – 29th May 2022 Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia

2.     1st – 3rd July 2022 (TBC)

3.     12th – 14th August 2022 Sugo International Circuit, Japan

4.     18th – 20th November 2022 Chang International Circuit, Thailand

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