Registrations open for TVS One Make Championship for Women and Rookies

   Jan 23,2023

TVS Racing has prioritised talent development since 1982. The women's division of the PETRONAS TVS One Make Championship will be held for the seventh time. Since 2016, TVS Racing has trained more than 500 female riders across the country.


Additionally, after training more than 50 rookie riders countrywide since 2021, the Rookie category, which focuses on fostering fresh talent, is returning for a third time. During the training session, young racers and aspiring riders will be provided with the finest possible platform. This will spark their enthusiasm for motorcycle racing.

Bangalore will be the site of the initial round of the selection process on January 28, 2023. Pune will play home to the second phase of the selection process on February 4, 2023. For both rounds, full-day training sessions will be led by national champions from the PETRONAS TVS Racing stable. The training schedule will assist the participants in becoming comfortable with the track and racing motorcycles.

For the final round at MMRT Chennai, the best 20 participants from each venue will be chosen. The TVS Apache RR 200 will be used for the rookie division. The female racers will get the opportunity to ride the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V built for racing. After the final selection round in Chennai, the racers will receive specialised training from TVS Racing's national champion riders.

The chosen racers will benefit from the training. Prior to the 2023 Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship, the team will assist in focusing on improving their level of skill and physical health (INMRC). A complete set of racing gear, including a suit, gloves, and boots, is also provided to the competitors.

Criteria for Selection:

Women Category: need either a Level-1 FMSCI-certified training course from any racing school or a current driver's licence for two wheels.

Rookie Category: Participants must be between 11 and 18 and have completed Level-1 FMSCI-certified training from any racing training school. A guardian must also be present.

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