Indian National Rally C’ships: defending champion Aishwarya Pissay scores three straight wins


Straddling an Apache RTR, factory TVS Racing driver and defending Indian National Rally Championship (INRC) Ladies champion Aishwarya Pissay claimed her third consecutive victory in Round 3 of the FMSCI INRC 2021 on Sunday for two-wheeler held near Puttur. “I thank my team, TVS Racing and the mechanics for giving me another winning bike. I also thank Hyperice, the equipment that helps me recover and maintain my fitness,” Aishwarya Pissay said in a statement. .

“The terrain is difficult and it is good for the national rally because only such difficult terrain can prepare the Indians for the more difficult international rallies,” she added. Aishwarya finished in the overall standings 20, among the 55 riders who took the start, ahead of 29 men and six women, all of whom competed on different bikes in different categories.

Aishwarya of Bengaluru, FIM Baja World Cup champion, took a solid victory in Hampi and secured another easy victory in Round 2 in Bengaluru, conquering the technically difficult slush terrain, and now leading the classification in the female category after her third victory. of three rounds here. Dakar prospect Aishwarya, who started on a fierce note with a blazing pace in Karambi’s short 5.2 km special, lost crucial time in SS2, Karikala’s stage of 15.1 km, but drawing on her vast experience, she squeezed the best out of her bike in the following four stages to rebound brilliantly and play safely, with regulated aggression on the slippery track to come out triumphant in 50 minutes 38.849 seconds .

The fourth round, the Chikmagalur Rally is scheduled for next Sunday and after two more rounds in Coimbatore and Nashik, the best with the most points is declared national champion. Aishwarya is on track to claim her sixth national title in rally cycling. She also won two coveted road racing titles. (ANI)

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