This season B-Strong Ten10 Racing will field three riders in the prestigious Honda CBR 250 Championship which begins at the Indian Formula 1 Circuit, Buddh International Circuit in Noida on the 22-23 March 2014. This prestigious championship will be a support event for T1 Prima Truck Racing Championship organized by Tata Motors, a first of its kind in India. Slated to be one of the big motorsports events in India there will be many eyeballs for this event.
B-Strong Ten10 Racing 3 riders for the season are:
S. Sarath Kumar #69: The current Honda CBR 250 Champion and India’s first and only MotoGP representative will continue to be the favourite for the season. He will also be a part of the 2014 Asia Dream Cup supported by Honda India once again riding a Honda CBR 250.
Mathana Kumar #46: A new entrant in the 250 class had a great season in the One Make Championship last year by winning the Yamaha R15 Championship. Moving to the 250 class is a step-up and he is very confident in producing a good result for the team this year.
Yatindra Shirole #18: Another new entrant in the 250 class but not new to racing, Yatin has been circuit riding 600CC and 1000CC race bikes with the big boys. Although a step down in terms of power and engine size for him, he has decided to race smaller capacity bikes to challenge himself with the tough competition that exists in this class. He comes to this class after racing in India and International circuits in bigger races and motorcycles and has immense experience despite his age.
B-Strong Ten10 Racing Honda CBR 250 2014 Livery: This year our livery will include more orange compared to previous years along with streaks of blue and white to give the motorcycle an unique look and to detail the curves in a more sporty way. The Ten10 Orange’s which has been popular for five years now will make a bolder statement on the racing circuit.
The race bike is a Honda CBR 250. Engine is stock spec and sealed and modifications are only allowed to the suspension, sprockets and exhaust system which creates an fair and competitive platform. Despite being a stock engine the Honda CBR 250 produces enough pace around the track to excite the rider, teams and spectators.
Hope to see you all at the BIC on 22-23 March.