Chennai, Dec 17 (IANS) TVS Racings champion racer Jagan Kumar on Monday won the Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship 2018 for the seventh consecutive year.
With consistent performances all through the year, Jagan retained the championship title with a total of 158 points in the Group B Super Sport Indian (up to 165cc) class.
TVS Racing bagged the Team & Manufacturers’ Championship trophy with the team picking up points thanks to a strong showing by Jagan Kumar, KY Ahamed and Deepak Ravikumar.
“It is every racer’s dream to win as many championships as possible and I am thrilled to win this for the 7th consecutive time. This season was the toughest for me personally as the competition was tough but I am happy I was able to use my experience to defend my title,” Jagan said.
“It takes a lot of hard work each day year on year and many sacrifices to get here but what matters is the result and I am very happy for that,” he added.
Team Manager, TVS Racing, B. Selvaraj said, “We are very proud of Jagan’s achievement as every year we have to work hard to ensure he defends his title. I am also happy with the performances of our racers KY Ahamed and Deepak Ravikumar who have helped us win the manufacturers’ championship for 2018.