Apache 310 – Only India-Made Motorcycle to Participate in Asia Road Racing Championship

Race-spec Apache 310 is TVS Racing motorcycle for the Asia Road Racing Championship which is scheduled in Malaysia…

TVS is paying special heed to motorsports, experience of which is also showing on its products. In the last few years, TVS’ motorcycles and scooters have improved by leaps and bounds and it has also been rewarded by increased sales.

Its flagship motorcycle – Apache RR 310 is one brilliant product and TVS is also racing on it in various Indian motorsports activities. And in a latest update, it is taking its race spec version to the Asia Road Racing Championship 2020, first race of which is scheduled between 6-8 March 2020 at the Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia.

TVS is the first Indian two-wheeler company to participate in this event and has also announced its three rider squad. TVS will be spearheaded by

  • Jagan Kumar (India) – Eight time National Motorcycle Racing Championship winner
  • KY Ahamed (India) – TVS Racing’s young racer
  • Vorapong Malahuan (Thailand) – TVS Racing debutant; has been racing since the age of 12.

At this occasion, Mr. B Selvaraj, Team Manager, TVS Racing, said,

It’s a proud moment for us at TVS Motor Company to debut at ARRC for the entire season.  TVS Racing has been setting benchmarks in the Indian motorsports arena, and now it is time for us to up the ante in the Asian championship, with a focus on road racing.  We are happy to have on board Vorapong Malahuan, who has demonstrated exemplary performances in a plethora of International Road Racing championships, along with Jagan and Ahamed, who have shown immense grit at the Indian Road Racing circuit. I look forward to their camaraderie in the race, and wish them for a great performance in the championship.

Apache 310 will become the first India-made motorcycle to participate in this race. The Race-spec Apache comes with a free flow exhaust, improved induction system, Race-tuned ECU, rear-set footpegs and many other changes. The race-spec Apache 310 that was introduced earlier produced about 38 PS of peak power and had a top speed of 175 kph. But the new one appears to be even more dedicated.

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