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Akkineni, Akhil, Vishnu qualify for final

Coimbatore: Nineteen drivers from across the country battled hard for the last time this season. But, it was Hyderabad boys Aditya Akkineni and Akhil Khuslani and Vishnu Prasad of Chennai who withstood the pressure to qualify for the Sunday pre-final of the JK Tyre Rotax Mojo Max Indian Karting Challenge at the Kari Motor Speedway in Chettipalayam, near Coimbatore, on Saturday.

The senior class, yet again, witnessed a tough battle for the pole between championship leader Akkineni and defending champion Rayomand Banajee of Pune. However, it was the former who clinched the pole with the fastest lap timing of 39:557 seconds.

The results (qualifiers) Seniors: 1. Aditya Akkineni (Hyderabad) 39:557s, 2. Rayomand Banajee (Pune) 39:891s, 3. Aditya Patel (Chennai); Juniors: Akhil Khuslani (Hyderabad) 39:808s, 2. Ajay Kini (Chennai) 40:522s, 3. Karan Goenka (Kolkata); Mini Max: 1. Vishnu Prasad (Chennai) 41:408s, 2. Parth Ghorpade (Kohlapur) 41:552s, 3. Mohit Ahuja (Mumbai).

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