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Pune’s seasoned racer finishes second

THE ASIAN AGE
Published : Jul 9, 2018, 1:00 am IST
Updated : Jul 9, 2018, 1:00 am IST

The day, however, belonged to the girls from Ahura Racing in their striking red cars and uniforms.

All-women’s racing team of Ahura Racing
 All-women’s racing team of Ahura Racing

Trio of Karthik Tharani, Vishnu Prasad and Joseph Mathew began the 21st JK Tyre FMSCI National Racing Championship on a winning note, even as the all-women’s team of Ahura Racing stole the thunder on Saturday afternoon in Coimbatore.

Racing for the first time ever, Coimbatore’s Megaa KS beat the rest of the girls, impressing with an overall timing of 18:09.051 minutes. Pune’s Dr Ritika Oberoi, a seasoned motorsports competitor, chased her all the way, taking one extra second.

Karthik Tharani claimed the coveted first race in the Euro JK 18 category, winning the 15-lap race in 15:29.526 minutes. Nirmal Uma Shankar (Chennai) and Manav Sharma (Faridabad) took the other two places on the podium.

 The day, however, belonged to the girls from Ahura Racing in their striking red cars and uniforms. The six girls created history on Friday, becoming the first all women’s team to compete in India. Five of them eventually competed in the LGB 4 category, and did well to finish the race.

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