FIM MiniGP World Series India 2022: Triple crown for Jinendra Sangave

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Due
to
inclement
weather
conditions,
it
was
decided
to
drop
Hyderabad
as
venue
for
Rounds
2
and
3
and
conduct
them
at
the
Meco
Kartopia
which
had
hosted
the
inaugural
round
last
month.

As
per
a

media
release

received,
it
has
been
confirmed
that
Rounds
4
and
5
will
also
be
held
at
the
same
venue
on
September
3
and
4.

FIM
MiniGP
World
Series
India
2022:
Bengaluru
girl
Nithila
Das
breaks
new
grounds
and
the
gender
barriers

Each
round
comprises
two
races.
The
series
is
restricted
to
riders
in
the
age-group
of
10-14
years.

The
13-year-old
Jinendra,
who
had
won
a
double
in
Round-1
last
month,
repeated
the
feat
in
Round-2
last
weekend
with
Shreyas
Hareesh
and
Chennai’s
Nandanan
Mahendran
finishing
second
and
third,
respectively.

The
riders
finished
in
the
same
order
in
the
first
race
of
Round-3,
but
in
the
next
outing
later
in
the
day,
Jinendra
crashed
in
the
very
first
lap,
but
managed
to
rejoin
to
finish
third
behind
Shreyas
and
Nandanan.

After
three
rounds,
Jinendra
leads
the
series
with
141
points,
ahead
of
Shreyas
(125),
Nandanan
(94)
and
Kochi’s
Muhammed
Zain
Correya
(64).

Nithila
Das,
the
only
girl,
who
competed,
completed
both
the
races,
finishing
in
fourth
and
fifth
respectively.

For
the
records,
the
FIM
MiniGP
World
Series
India,
comprising
a
total
of
10
races
spread
over
five
rounds,
is
part
of
the
global
programme
run
across
15
countries,
and
initiated
by
the
FIM

the
global
governing
body
for
two-wheeler
racing,
in
conjunction
with
Dorna
Sports,
the
commercial
rights
holders
of
MotoGP.

The
FIM
launched
the
MiniGP
Series
in
2021,
as
part
of
the
Road
To
MotoGP
programme,
aiming
to
create
an
equal
platform
for
young
riders
around
the
world
to
begin
their
motorcycle
racing
careers.

All
riders
compete
on
equal
Ohvale
GP-0
160
machinery
(Mini
bikes),
manufactured
in
Italy,
while
Pirelli
is
the
official
single
tyre
supplier
for
all
the
FIM
MiniGP
World
Series.

The
top
two
riders
based
on
points
at
the
conclusion
of
the
India
series
will
represent
the
country
in
the
FIM
MiniGP
World
Series
finals
to
be
held
in
Valencia,
Spain,
in
November.


Results
(all
15
laps):


Round-2


Race-1:

1.
Jinendra
Kiran
Sangave
(Kolhapur)
(16mins,
09.931secs)

2.
Shreyas
Hareesh
(Bengaluru)
(16:13.057)

3.
Nandanan
Mahendran
(Chennai)
(16:28.164).


Race-2:

1.
Jinendra
Kiran
Sangave
(16mins,
07.864)

2.
Shreyas
Hareesh
(16:07.949)

3.
Nandanan
Mahendran
(16:32.601).


Qualifying
(top
4):

1.
Jinendra
Sangave
(01:04.572)

2.
Shreyas
Hareesh
(01:04.646)

3.
Nandanan
Mahendran
(01:05.503)

4.
Rakshith
S
Dave
(Chennai)
(01:06.868).


Round-3


Race-1:

1.
Jinendra
Kiran
Sangave
(16:30.852)

2.
Shreyas
Hareesh
(16:31.104)

3.
Nandanan
Mahendran
(16:35.155).


Race-2:

1.
Shreyas
Hareesh
(16:07.031)

2.
Nandanan
Mahendran
(16:15.289)

3.
Jinendra
Kiran
Sangave
(16:17.996).


Qualifying
(top
4):

1.
Jinendra
Sangave
(01:03.585)

2.
Shreyas
Hareesh
(01:03.705)

3.
Nandanan
Mahendran
(01:04.239)

4.
Rakshith
S
Dave
(Chennai)
(01:05.853).

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