Kush Maini secures sponsorship from TVS Racing

Kush Maini, currently competing for Invicta Racing in the FIA Formula 2 championship, is a junior driver for the BWT Alpine F1 Team Academy.

The Indian Formula 2 driver, Kush Maini has secured a sponsorship deal with TVS Racing, India’s leading motorsport factory team.

Maini, currently competing for Invicta Racing in the FIA Formula 2 championship, is a junior driver for the BWT Alpine F1 Team Academy.

This sponsorship deal signifies TVS Racing’s continued dedication to fostering motorsport talent in India. The company has a long history of supporting aspiring racers through its TVS OMC program, which has provided training and opportunities to over 5,000 racers across various categories like Rookie, Women’s, Media, and Expert. Further demonstrating its commitment to international exposure, TVS Racing launched the TVS Asia One Make Championship in 2022, offering competition on global tracks.

Vimal Sumbly, Head Business – Premium, TVS Motor Company, commented on the collaboration, “TVS Racing has consistently strived to push boundaries and redefine standards in motorsports for over four decades now. It’s been instrumental in fostering motorsports in India, with a commitment to nurture talent globally. Our efforts with honing the talents of racers like Harith Noah, Aishwarya Pissay and more, on a global stage is testament to our commitment of democratising motorsports. And our decision to sponsor Kush Maini underscores the same commitment of 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. As a company deeply rooted in motorsports, we are thrilled to embark on this journey with Kush and extend our support in his endeavours.”

Expressing his enthusiasm for the partnership, 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.”

The 23-year-old Bangalore native is currently enjoying a strong start to the season, sitting in fifth place in the driver standings after the opening three rounds. Maini also holds the designation of reserve driver for Mahindra Racing in the upcoming season 10 of the FIA Formula E World Championship.

The FIA F2 championship resumes on May 17 for the Italian-Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. With the backing of TVS Racing, Kush Maini will be looking to build on his early season success and climb the championship standings.

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