NRC 2016: Vikash Anand crowned champion

Two wins in the MRF F1600 class at the finale ensure Chennai racer the title

Overdrive August 24, 2016 20:51:32 IST
NRC 2016: Vikash Anand crowned champion

A double win at the finale of the 2016 MRF MMSC FMSCI Indian National Racing Championship's F1600 class, aided Vikash Anand to the championship title. The Chennai racer was tied with Karthik Tharani at 138 points, heading into the final round of the championship held at the Madras Motor Racing Track at Sriperumbudur. Whoever came out ahead, would not only win the title, but would also win a ticket to the Mazda Road to Indy shootout. Vikash, having clinched two wins of three races during the weekend, managed to take home the title, and the...

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