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TVS Racing is back with the third edition of the championship, to expand international and domestic reach. Following the inaugural TVS Asia One Make Championship (OMC) in 2022, which saw a blistering new top speed record of 215.9 kph in its class at Chang International Circuit, Thailand, we look forward to seeing what this 2024 season has in store for us.

The season opener of the racing series, scheduled at Chang International Circuit, will feature riders from nine countries, including new entries from Germany and Korea. The rider lineup will consist of fifteen riders in total, with riders from previous seasons returning alongside selected riders from India and Indonesia, as well as six newcomers.

Here is the riding list:

No. Name Country
1. Md Muzakkir Mohamed Malaysia
2. Hiroki Ono Japan
3. Vorapong Malahuan Thailand
4. Md Ramdan Rosli Malaysia
5. Decky Tiarno Aldy Indonesia
6. KY Ahmed India
7. Jagan Kumar India
8. Chiranth Kumar India
9. Sarthak Chavan India
10. Riichi Takahira Japan
11. Atih Kanghair Thailand
12. Md Ervin Ekhsan Singapore
13. Casey Edward Clamor Philippines
14. Kim Min Jae Korea
15. Rocco Sessler Germany

The riders will race the TVS Asia OMC RR 310 motorcycle, based on the stock TVS Apache RR 310. TVS has stated that for this season, the race bike’s performance has been enhanced with an advanced EFi and electronics system, along with refined overall braking and improved engine braking.

Vimal Sumbly, Head of Business – Premium segment at TVS Motor Company has stated the brand’s enduring dedication to motorsport, excellence, and innovation. He highlighted the commitment to pushing engineering and performance limits while providing a platform for riders to showcase their skills internationally.

Ron Hogg, Promotions Director of Two Wheels Motor Racing, acknowledged the impact of TVS Asia OMC in expanding ARRC since its debut in 2022. He expressed pride in marking the entries of two additional countries in the one-make series, aiming to broaden brand proposition and incite new interests in Asian motorsports.

The championship not only serves as a platform for competition but also as an avenue for the relentless pursuit of victory and the showcasing of strengths and transformations in engineering.

The return of TVS Asia One Make Championship (OMC) to the Idemitsu FIM Asia Road Racing Championship promotes motorsport excellence and innovation on an international stage.