The bikemaker launched the One Make Championship in April this year. According to TVS, the goal of the tournament is to identify and nurture emerging racing potential throughout Southeast Asia.
TVS Racing, India's first factory racing team with a forty-year racing legacy, has completed the first TVS Asia One Make Championship (OMC), marking yet another huge accomplishment in foreign territory. The TVS Asia OMC RR 310, which is based on the TVS Apache RR310, set several new performance records by clocking its maximum top speed of 211.2km/h and aiding the team in achieving its fastest lap time of 1:50.850 at Chang International Circuit.
Commenting on this historic event, Mr Vimal Sumbly, Head Business - Premium, TVS Motor Company, said, 'After dominating national championships across formats, TVS Racing has now made India proud on the global motorsports map by successfully concluding the first edition of TVS Asia One Make Championship (OMC) in Thailand. I am thrilled to announce that our TVS Asia OMC RR 310 clocked an astonishing 211.2 km/h, breaking its very own previous record by 9 km/h, helping us set the fastest lap time of 1:50.850 at the Chang International Circuit.'
The motorcycle underwent major upgrades, which allowed for its record-breaking performance. Modifications to the internal engine were just as important to the bike's efficiency as the suspension and engine braking aspects.
The TVS Asia One Make Championship took place in four countries. After the ARRC season, four tracks in Malaysia, Japan, Thailand, and Indonesia hosted the championship races. A total of sixteen riders competed in the tournament, and each of them raced on the TVS Apache RR310, which was identically equipped for all riders. Vorapong Malahuan, the winner of both races in the last round of the recent championship, outperformed the other riders.