NASHIK: Aishwarya Pissay, the 27- year-old queen of Indian motorsports and Petronas TVS Racing team factory rider, clinched her sixth consecutive National rally title in the Ladies’ class as the six-round of FMSCI Indian National Racing Championship 2022.
Going into the Rally of Nashik, the sixth and final round with a comfortable lead, the Bangaalore rider saw her closest competitor, Fazeela, from Kerala skipping the final round. And with the National Rally Championship title virtually assured, she took it easy and salvaged a second place, which was enough to defend her title.
“My race bike TVS TR 200R, based on the TVS Apache RTR 200, is absolutely capable and delivered a superb performance. Throughout the season, in the tough and technical terrain, I was able to take control of the situation and push it to my liking. It gives me immense joy and happiness to win six consecutive National Rally titles. I thank my mechanics, family, sponsors, and all those who supported me.
My special gratitude to Petronas TVS Racing, who stood by me through thick and thin,” said Aishwarya Pissay. Entering the final round with a 12-point lead, the TVS racer avoided any risk as she navigated the technical course with deft control on her TVS TR 200R, a lean machine that rounded off her 2022 campaign. She maintained a steady pace and cleverly played it easy to clock 40min, 21.597sec timing for the two special stages. The third stage was cancelled.
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