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Denn Thimmaya fastest driver

Updated: Sep 1, 2023


Triple win for Chetan and Aeman, Double for Denn and Abhin in the recently held DirtPrix5 Autocross for 4wheelers in Chikkamagaluru.

Vamcy Merla wins SUV Open class as this was his third straight win from three events.



INAC2:

Open class: Vamcy Merla driving a Toyota Prado had a very clean drive and was the fastest in the class with a timing of 2:07.986 he was the winner of the class, as Denn Thimmaya driving a Porsche Cayenne was less than three seconds slower to settle for second position behind Vamcy, Aakash Aithal also driving a Porsche Cayenne with less than a second deficit finished third. Ashwin Naik was further slower by less than .400th of a second and had to miss the podium and settled for fourth position, Aeman was consistently running fifth he was slower by 2sec and Adil Pasha finished sixth with a further five seconds difference. It was a Hattrick of wins for Vamcy Merla in SUV class, as he topped the class in different events held recently.


1100cc class was bagged by Suraj Mandanna by clocking 2:02.676, Keerthan Kuttappa with less than two seconds difference settled for second position, Vivek Mudigere with less than .200th of a second completed the podium. Prakash R Mudigere missed the podium with a difference of .170th of a second, Aeman with over a second deficit was fifth and Azveer finished sixth.


1650cc: Denn Thimmaya was the winner of the class, he managed to keep Dhruva behind him in second position with a difference of over 2 sec, Aditya Kousgi was .200th of a second slower to settle for third position. Aeman with less than a second difference missed the podium, Keerthan Kuttappa with over .100th of a second difference was fifth and Mohammed Sahil finished sixth.


800cc: With a total time of 2:05.073 Lokesh Kumar Jain was the winner of the class, Vivek Mudigere with less than a second difference finished second, Prakash R Mudigere with over a second deficit finished third. With less than a second difference Azveer had to settle for fourth, Aeman once again finished in fifth position for the third time in a row, Suman finished in sixth position.


Abhin Rai was the winner of the 1400cc class he managed to attain this with a timing of 1min 58.131sec, Mohan finished in second position with over two seconds difference, Jenu Johnson with .150th of a second difference settled for third. Ravikiran Gowda was fourth and Mohammed Sahi finished fifth and Roman Bazeley Kharbiryambai finished in sixth.


Abhin Rai was the topper once again in the Esteem Open class by clocking it in 1min59.843sec he was slower by over a second than his previous run timing, with a difference of over 2sec he managed to keep Aeman behind him in second position, Mohammed Sahil managed to hold on the podium with a difference of over a second. With over a second difference Babit Lyngdoh Ryntathiang finished fourth and Vinay SM finished fifth and Niteesh Gowda was sixth.

Chetan Shivram managed to win the 25500cc class, as he had clocked it in 1min 55.182sec, Denn Thimmaya was slower by over two second to settle for second position, Dhruva finished third with less than two seconds difference. Keerthan Kuttappa with less than a second difference missed the podium, Ravikiran Gowda and Aeman finished in fifth and sixth position respectively.


Aeman finally managed to finish on top of the Diesel open class by clocking it in 2min 8.682sec, Lokesh Kumar Jain with six seconds difference was second and Adil Pasha was third with over .200th of a second difference. Aseel Rahman was fourth with over seven seconds difference as Manjunath and Pallavi Yadav finished in fifth and sixth position.


Pallavi Yadav was the winner of Ladies class she managed to win the class with a difference of over 2sec over the second finisher Tarushi Vikram and Renuka G finished third with a further less than five seconds difference.


Chetan Shivram tasted his third win of the event in the AMSC Open class with a lead of less than a second over Dhruva the second finisher, Aeman with over three seconds difference finished third. Mohan, Ritesh Guttedar and Jenu Johnson finished in fourth, fifth and sixth position respectively.



INRC1:

Denn Thimmayya from Coorg was the winner of the Open class with a total time of 1:53.440 was the fastest man of the day, Bengalurian Chetan Shivram was about .400th of a second slower and settled for second position, Ritesh Guttedar was further 3sec slower to find a place on the podium. Dhruva finished fourth with a further over a second difference, Aditya Kousgi finished fifth and Jahaan Singh Gill setled for sixth.


2550cc: Chetan Shivram by clocking 1:55.501 dominated the class and managed to keep the second place Dhruva behind him with over a second difference, Ritesh Guttedar with less than a second difference finished third. Denn Thmmaya missed the podium with over a second deficit, Aeman from Chikkamagaluru finished fifth with a difference of .200th of a second as Aditya Kousgi finished sixth.


INRC3:

Aeman was the topper with a time of 2mn 10.871sec, Adil Pasha with 3sec difference finished second and Aseel Rahman finished third with over four second difference. Safi finished fourth with less than four second deficit. Manjunath finished fourth and Lohith JM finished in sixth position.


Aeman held on to the top slot with a difference of over two seconds on Adil Pasha and Tarushi Vikram finished third with a further difference of five seconds. With less than a second difference Zeeshan finished fourth. The Ammyfied Rally drivers dominated the event organised in the outskirts of Chikkamagaluru by AMSC.

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