Honda Racing India Faces Setback in FIM Asia Road Racing Championship

Honda Racing India experienced a challenging Race 2 of Round 3 at the FIM Asia Road Racing Championship. Kavin Samaar Quintal couldn't finish the race due to his bike's engine issues, while Mohsin Paramban ended in P17. Despite their efforts, both riders faced hurdles, keeping them from earning points.


PTI | Motegi | Updated: 09-06-2024 14:26 IST | Created: 09-06-2024 14:26 IST
Honda Racing India Faces Setback in FIM Asia Road Racing Championship
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In a challenging turn of events, Honda Racing India found themselves struggling in Race 2 of Round 3 at the FIM Asia Road Racing Championship. Their ace rider, Kavin Samaar Quintal, had to retire early due to an engine malfunction that caused overheating and power loss. Mohsin Paramban, another key rider, concluded the race in P17.

Before the race, Kavin was in 14th position with 10 points, needing a solid performance to bridge the gap with his nearest rival, Ngyuen Huu Tri from Vietnam. Despite beginning 18th on the grid, Kavin showed promise by reclaiming his position early in the race.

However, engine issues thwarted his progress, forcing him to retire on Lap 6. On the other hand, a crash near the end of the race allowed Mohsin to gain a position. Mohsin, who has not logged points in four straight races, remains focused on learning and improving his skills.

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