There was an intoxicating dose of thrill in the air. Roaring machines, whose mere sound kept the adrenaline high. Fearless men taming their bikes, not just on the dirt track but also high up in the air, the audience just watched while their jaws dropped. The sound reverberated in the premises of D.A.M. H.I.G.H in Jubilee Hills, lighting up a dull Sunday afternoon.
The fourth round of the MRF MoGrip FMSCI National Supercross Championship was an absolute treat for the people who gathered, as the bikers leapt over mounds of mud, while indulging in some life-threatening feats.
The event was held in the city after a gap of six years, and it had over 90 entries that included riders from across the country. Among them, it was KP Aravind of TVS Racing who stole the show. Competing in the SX1 category, Aravind won the adulation of the public for his speed and control and also the competition. In the SX 2 class for ‘privateers’ on foreign machines was a cracker of a race as bikers battled it out and Jignesh Patel of Nagpur got an overall first.