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TVS Racing sponsors India’s F1 Contender, Kush Maini

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TVS Racing sponsors India’s F1 Contender, Kush Maini

TVS Racing, the factory racing team from India, has taken a significant step towards fostering motorsport excellence by announcing its sponsorship of Kush Maini, a Formula 2 racer from Bengaluru, India. 

Why Kush Maini?

Kush Maini, who has an impressive track record in motorsports, currently stands fifth in the FIA Formula 2 championship standings after three rounds. 

As a junior driver in the Alpine Academy and a reserve driver for Mahindra Racing in the upcoming Season 10 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, Maini's career is on a remarkable trajectory. Mentored by two-time Formula 1 World Champion Mika Hakkinen, Maini's skill and determination have earned him accolades and admiration worldwide.


Helping upcoming racers

TVS Racing, famous for leading in bike racing, has helped more than 5,000 upcoming racers grow through its TVS OMC program and the TVS Asia One Make Championship. For over 40 years, the brand has shown support for motorsports and is focused on developing new talent and encouraging the racing scene in India and other places.

Vimal Sumbly, Head Business – Premium, TVS Motor Company, said, "TVS Racing has consistently strived to push boundaries and redefine standards in motorsports. Our decision to sponsor Kush Maini underscores our commitment to nurturing talent and promoting the culture of racing in India, with a keen focus on celebrating international formats, including the likes of F1 and F2."

Contributing towards the development of motorsports

Kush Maini said, “It’s an honour to be supported by TVS, a company that’s very prestigious in India. It has been a driving force in pushing young talent from India to the world stage. It makes me proud to see the TVS colours on my car and suit in an elite championship like Formula 2. I am grateful for their support.”

By sponsoring Kush Maini, TVS Racing aims to contribute to the growth and development of motorsports while throwing light on the country’s talent on an international platform.