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MRF FMSCI National Racing Championship poised for thrilling final this weekend

Chennai, Sep 5 (UNI) The MRF MMSC-FMSCI Indian National Racing
Championship was set for a grand and thrilling finale as the fifth
and final round commences at the MMRT here on Friday with titles
up for grabs in all categories.
The busy weekend will also see races in Formula 4 South-East Asia
Championship and the Caterham 7 Asian Zonal Championship with drivers
from Europe and Asia on the grid.
Chairman of the Meet Vicky Chandhok said “It has been a long season,
starting in February this year. We are pleased that the number of
entries has shown a significant upward trend, especially in MRF Formula
1600, Super Stock and the Formula LGB 1300.''
The keen interest this weekend would be the triple-header in the MRF
Formula 1600 class where four drivers--Raghul Rangasamy (134 points),
Goutham Parekh (123), Sandeep Kumar (115) and Ashwin Datta (110)--were
in contention for for the championship with a maximum of 75 points on
The Championship winner will earn the right to contest in the Mazda
Road To Indy shootout as part of MMSC’s initiative to provide Indians
an international platform to further their racing careers.
The shootout, whose winner was eligible for a scholarship of
USD 200,000, will be held in the United States later this year.
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Nairobi, Jun 5 (Xinhua) The Kenyan Premier League (KPL) Limited announced plans to restart the 2019/20 season after the local federation's decision to cancel the competition due to COVID-19 was suspended by a court in May.

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Iran's Beiranvand to partake in Antwerp's testing session

05 Jun 2020 | 6:52 AM

Tehran, Jun 5 (Xinhua) Iran's national soccer goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand will travel to Belgium next week to participate in Antwerp club's testing session, Tasnim news agency reported.

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CONMEBOL says players' health will be guaranteed upon restart

05 Jun 2020 | 6:49 AM

Rio De Janeiro, Jun 5 (Xinhua) The South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) has vowed to take no risks as it prepares for the sport's return after the coronavirus stoppage.

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Coppa Italia final set on June 17

05 Jun 2020 | 6:45 AM

Rome, Jun 5 (Xinhua) Italy's Sports Minister Vincenzo Spadafora confirmed on Thursday that the Coppa Italia semifinals will resume on June 12 while the final day on June 17.

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Chinese snooker player Liang Wenbo reaches last 16 at Championship League

05 Jun 2020 | 6:41 AM

London, Jun 5 (Xinhua) Chinese snooker player Liang Wenbo won three matches in a row including a victory over three-time world champion Mark Selby of Britain to reach the last 16 at the Championship League on Thursday.

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