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Anindith Reddy is FMSCI National Motorsports ‘Person of 2017’

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Chennai: Hyderabad’s speed sensation Anindith Reddy was crowned ‘FMSCI National MotorSports Person of the Year 2017’.

The 26-year-old, who has been scorching the domestic circuit since his debut in 2014, had a spectacular run last season, scoring a unique double and winning the MRF FF 1600 and the Euro JK 17 titles, in the two National Racing Championships.

FIA world motor sport council member Gautam Singhania and its president Akbar Ebrahim presented the coveted award to him in the presence of the country’s foremost racers, rallyists and officials. “I would like to thank the FMSCI for honouring me with this award, as also for creating various platforms for young motor sports enthusiasts in the country to sharpen their skills,” Anindith said.

The country’s outstanding performers during the year were felicitated at the FMSCI Awards Nite, including Arjun Maini, Jehan Daruvala, Aditya Patel, Armaan Ebrahim, Gaurav Gill and Abhilash PG.
 

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