Ashwin Datta (Darkish Don Racing) and Amir Sayed (MSport) struck a double every on the penultimate day of the twenty third JK Tyre-FMSCI Nationwide Racing Championship on the Kari Motor Speedway right here.
After Vishnu Prasad of MSport had coasted to victory within the Components LGB4 Race 1 on Friday, Datta roared again to clinch the double on Saturday. It wasn’t simple, although, for Datta as Vishnu battled onerous in each races.
Saturday’s first race witnessed some nervy moments, there being fairly just a few spins.
The protection automotive got here on again and again, however Datta stored his cool proper by way of, successful beneath the yellow flag as the security automotive was in.
Within the second race, it was Raghul Rangasamy (MSport) who held the benefit at the beginning earlier than his automotive let him down on the fourth lap. Vishnu cashed in on the possibility and moved forward. It was a combat between Vishnu and Datta from there.
However, whilst Vishnu was constructing a sizeable lead and with simply two laps to go regarded set for a grand double, got here the security automotive .
Datta moved in shortly and managed to get previous Vishnu on the second nook. Vishnu stepped on the pedal one final time, however Datta performed it good and clear to complete the day on a merry be aware.
Veteran star Sarosh Hataria of Ahura Racing drove intelligent as nicely to complete third.
The outcomes (Provisional): JKNRC FLGB4: Race 1 (on Friday): 1. Vishnu Prasad (MSport, 21:58.046); 2. Sandeep Kumar (Darkish Don); 3. Ashwin Datta (Darkish Don).
Race 2: 1. Ashwin Datta (20:52.423); 2. Raghul Rangasamy (MSport); 3. Vishnu Prasad.
Race 3: 1. Ashwin Datta (22:13.962); 2. Vishnu Prasad; 3. Sarosh Hataria (Ahura Racing).
JK Tyre Novice Cup: Race 1: 1. Amir Sayed (MSport, 15:56.927); 2. Neym Rizvi (MSport); 3. Dhruvin Gajjar (DTS Racing).
Race 2: 1. Amir Sayed (16:23.787); 2. Dhruvin Gajjar; 3. Aman Chaudhary (DTS Racing).
Race 3: 1. Amir Sayed (11:58.316); 2. Aman Chaudhary; 3. Dhruvin Gajjar.
Race 4: 1. Amir Sayed (17:53.731); 2. Aman Chaudhary; 3. Dhruv Tyagi (Momentum Motorsports).