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MRF FMSCI National Racing Championship poised for thrilling final this weekend

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Chennai | Wednesday, Sep 5 2018 IST
The MRF MMSC-FMSCI Indian National Racing Championship was set for a grand and thrilling finale as the fifth and final round commences at the MMRT here on Friday with titles up for grabs in all categories.

The busy weekend will also see races in Formula 4 South-East Asia Championship and the Caterham 7 Asian Zonal Championship with drivers from Europe and Asia on the grid.

Chairman of the Meet Vicky Chandhok said "It has been a long season, starting in February this year. We are pleased that the number of entries has shown a significant upward trend, especially in MRF Formula 1600, Super Stock and the Formula LGB 1300.''The keen interest this weekend would be the triple-header in the MRF Formula 1600 class where four drivers--Raghul Rangasamy (134 points), Goutham Parekh (123), Sandeep Kumar (115) and Ashwin Datta (110)--werein contention for for the championship with a maximum of 75 points on offer.

The Championship winner will earn the right to contest in the Mazda Road To Indy shootout as part of MMSC's initiative to provide Indians an international platform to further their racing careers. The shootout, whose winner was eligible for a scholarship of USD 200,000, will be held in the United States later this year.

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