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About Performance Racing

We, Prasad Divadkar and Vivek Jaising, created and established Performance Racing in 2004. We are based in Mumbai, India and specialise in importing and distributing Accessories / Safety Gear / apparel and performance parts for Superbikes.

Our product lines have evolved from our own personal interests in motorcycles. As serious enthusiasts ourselves we have a penchant for Safety and advocate the same.

Our motorcycle range includes trendy accessories and aftermarket parts that will boost the appeal and performance of your motorcycle. We also carry a full range of motorcycle-specific casual apparel and a full range of safety gear - jackets, riding trousers, gloves, helmets etc.

We are dedicated to bringing you the best products and services. As we do personally, we strive to ensure that Performance Racing offers the newest, most reliable and updated performance and styling products at the best possible prices. The website is constantly updated with detailed information and new products. We would like you to visit often so you don't miss out on the new products

As motorcycle enthusiasts ourselves, we understand the needs of our customers like you and this allows us to provide you with more accurate and relevant information and services and exactly the right products you have been looking for.

The store began out of the need we felt as we imported parts and accessories for our own motorcycles and realised that personalising our motorcycles, whether for more speed or more appeal, or both, is difficult. Out store, aims to ease that process by offering you the choicest parts for your motorcycle.

Welcome to Performance Racing, we hope you have fun bringing your motorcycle closer to how you see it in your mind's eye. We hope you find the website easy to use and fun to browse through. If not, please feel free to drop us a message telling us how we could make it, or our products and services, better.

We advocate riding safely on public roads. Always wear protective gear when you go riding and ride safe.

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Finally got an HD street 750 Roaring in my garage ... Thanks to the Slip on- Comp-S TBR Exhaust ... Music to the ears .... Thanks Prasad for finally getting it in stock .. Man it was worth the wait.. Was running on stock exhaust for almost 6 months and changing to tbr just make the rides much more enjoyable..... Super happpy .. Super excited.. Just for the guys who want to hear the beast out posting a small video of how sweet it sounds
Sriram Radhakrishnan
TBR
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Finally got an HD street 750 Roaring in my garage ... Thanks to the Slip on- Comp-S TBR Exhaust ... Music to the ears .... Thanks Prasad for finally getting it in stock .. Man it was worth the wait.. Was running on stock exhaust for almost 6 months and changing to tbr just make the rides much more enjoyable..... Super happpy .. Super excited.. Just for the guys who want to hear the beast out posting a small video of how sweet it sounds
Sriram Radhakrishnan
TBR
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Finally got an HD street 750 Roaring in my garage ... Thanks to the Slip on- Comp-S TBR Exhaust ... Music to the ears .... Thanks Prasad for finally getting it in stock .. Man it was worth the wait.. Was running on stock exhaust for almost 6 months and changing to tbr just make the rides much more enjoyable..... Super happpy .. Super excited.. Just for the guys who want to hear the beast out posting a small video of how sweet it sounds
Sriram Radhakrishnan
TBR
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Finally got an HD street 750 Roaring in my garage ... Thanks to the Slip on- Comp-S TBR Exhaust ... Music to the ears .... Thanks Prasad for finally getting it in stock .. Man it was worth the wait.. Was running on stock exhaust for almost 6 months and changing to tbr just make the rides much more enjoyable..... Super happpy .. Super excited.. Just for the guys who want to hear the beast out posting a small video of how sweet it sounds
Sriram Radhakrishnan
TBR
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Finally got an HD street 750 Roaring in my garage ... Thanks to the Slip on- Comp-S TBR Exhaust ... Music to the ears .... Thanks Prasad for finally getting it in stock .. Man it was worth the wait.. Was running on stock exhaust for almost 6 months and changing to tbr just make the rides much more enjoyable..... Super happpy .. Super excited.. Just for the guys who want to hear the beast out posting a small video of how sweet it sounds
Sriram Radhakrishnan
TBR
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Finally got an HD street 750 Roaring in my garage ... Thanks to the Slip on- Comp-S TBR Exhaust ... Music to the ears .... Thanks Prasad for finally getting it in stock .. Man it was worth the wait.. Was running on stock exhaust for almost 6 months and changing to tbr just make the rides much more enjoyable..... Super happpy .. Super excited.. Just for the guys who want to hear the beast out posting a small video of how sweet it sounds
Sriram Radhakrishnan
TBR
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Latest News

Marquez equals Stoner as Rossi gets back on the podium

The Championship leader matches the Australian’s premier class win record with victory in Le Mans
HJC HELMETS GRAND PRIX DE FRANCE, RACE

Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) took a record-breaking victory at the HJC Helmets Grand Prix de France, which sees the reigning World Champion equal Casey Stoner’s 38 premier class wins - and surpass Mike Hailwood's win record. Alma Pramac Racing’s Danilo Petrucci was a superb second to take his first podium of the season - and from the front row - with Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) returning to rostrum in third place after a more difficult run of races for the 'Doctor'.


Reigning MotoGP™ champion takes advantage of Dovizioso and Zarco falls to take Le Mans win, ahead of Petrucci and Rossi

Sadly, however, the French fairytale wasn't to be for Johann Zarco (Monster Yamaha Tech 3), as the home hero crashed out at Turn 8 on lap eight after re-passing Marquez for second in the fight at the front. Andrea Iannone (Team Suzuki Ecstar) was another rider to crash, falling out of contention on lap one at la Chapelle after making a good start. In yet more drama for the standings, Championship contender Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team) made a rare error at the same corner four laps later, making Le Mans another pivotal race in the Championship.

 
 Heartbreak for Zarco at Turn 8 20/05/2018

The French dream is over after the home hero crashes out of contention on lap 8

At the start, it was Jorge Lorenzo (Ducati Team) who got the holeshot from the second row, repeating his incredible launch of the Spanish GP to take off in the lead – and hold onto it. Zarco dropped from pole but then struck back almost immediately into the chicane to take second, with Petrucci, Dovizioso, Marquez and Rossi all close at the front until Iannone crashed out – leaving a gap back to Marquez as the two Ducatis and Zarco stayed close together at the front.

The Frenchman then headed slightly wide and Dovizioso struck, honing in on teammate Lorenzo in the lead and not leaving long before trying an attack. Getting the job done quickly, it seemed the Italian was then going to unleash his pace shown in practice – but he suddenly slid out of the lead and into the gravel, leaving the number 99 of Lorenzo’s Ducati out front.

Zarco and Marquez closed in before the reigning Champion shot past the Frenchman for second – but Zarco, in signature style, was quick to respond. The second bolt of drama was about to hit the race, however, as the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 rider then slid off at Turn 8 – leaving Marquez vs Lorenzo in the lead.


All the action from the full race session of the MotoGP™ World Championship at the #FrenchGP.

On Lap 10, the number 93 made his move before Petrucci followed the Honda rider through a lap later. Rossi and Miller soon carved their way past the five-time World Champion, who started the race on softer rubber, with Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda Team) waiting in the wings.

The gap between Marquez, Petrucci, Rossi and Miller stayed consistent, with all four exchanging quickest laps. That was until six-time World Champion Marquez pulled the pin on Lap 16, setting the fastest lap of the race to bridge to gap to a second over the chasing GP18. From there, Marquez was able to stretch the gap tenth by tenth, with Petrucci also keeping nine-time World Champion Rossi at bay. Pedrosa was later able to pass Lorenzo for fifth, with the Ducati rider having to settle for sixth.

Further down the order, after failing to get the start he was looking for, last year’s winner Maverick Viñales (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) made his way back up to seventh after being outside the top ten for the first half of the race. Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia Racing Team Gresini) had a great ride, holding onto eighth until the last lap but then coming home ninth. Passing him on the last lap was a superhuman Cal Crutchlow (LCR Honda Castrol), who had a magnificent ride battling to P8 from 13th on the grid – riding through the pain barrier after a huge highside on Saturday.

Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar) battled with Viñales and Espargaro throughout the race, eventually rounding out the top ten in his first ride at the track in the premier class, having missed the event in 2017 due to injury. Pol Espargaro (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) picked up another solid result in P11 for some more good points for KTM, with Hafizh Syahrin (Monster Yamaha Tech 3) eventually getting the better of Franco Morbidelli (EG 0,0 Marc VDS) to finish as top rookie.

That’s it for Le Mans, and it’s now time to gear up for Mugello. Marquez extends his Championship lead to 36 points but the Italians will be out in force to try and stop him – can his momentum be stalled?


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Andrea Iannone’s charge into the top five came to a dramatic end on lap 17 when he collided with Lorenzo.
Tags MotoGP, 2016, GRAN PREMI MONSTER ENERGY DE CATALUNYA, RAC, Andrea Iannone, Ducati Team, Reaction
 
Starting in eighth place, Andrea Iannone (Ducati Team) shot off the line and quickly found himself in fourth at the end of the first lap. Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) and Maverick Viñales (Team Suzuki Ecstar) would pass him the very next lap and demote the Italian down to sixth place. Slowly he worked on closing the gap to Jorge Lorenzo (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP), who was experiencing issues and off the pace. On lap 17 Iannone attempted a passing manoeuvre on Lorenzo, but the pair came together and fell from the race. As a result Race Direction have imposed a penalty on Iannone which will see him started from the back of the grid in Assen, the next round of the MotoGP™ World Championship.

Andrea Iannone: “I am very sorry for what happened with Lorenzo because I was doing a good race with the limited grip I had. I was riding well and pushing hard, without making any errors, and had even managed to catch Jorge. As for the incident, I can only say that I could do nothing to avoid it: I braked at the same point as all the previous laps but he was very slow at that moment and unfortunately I made contact with him and we both crashed. It might seem that I came in too fast and that I wanted to pass him but that’s not the way it went and we got the confirmation of this by analyzing the telemetry data.”
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Andrea Iannone’s charge into the top five came to a dramatic end on lap 17 when he collided with Lorenzo.
Tags MotoGP, 2016, GRAN PREMI MONSTER ENERGY DE CATALUNYA, RAC, Andrea Iannone, Ducati Team, Reaction
 
 
 MotoGP™ grid on the #CatalanGP Race 

Starting in eighth place, Andrea Iannone (Ducati Team) shot off the line and quickly found himself in fourth at the end of the first lap. Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) and Maverick Viñales (Team Suzuki Ecstar) would pass him the very next lap and demote the Italian down to sixth place. Slowly he worked on closing the gap to Jorge Lorenzo (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP), who was experiencing issues and off the pace. On lap 17 Iannone attempted a passing manoeuvre on Lorenzo, but the pair came together and fell from the race. As a result Race Direction have imposed a penalty on Iannone which will see him started from the back of the grid in Assen, the next round of the MotoGP™ World Championship.

Andrea Iannone: “I am very sorry for what happened with Lorenzo because I was doing a good race with the limited grip I had. I was riding well and pushing hard, without making any errors, and had even managed to catch Jorge. As for the incident, I can only say that I could do nothing to avoid it: I braked at the same point as all the previous laps but he was very slow at that moment and unfortunately I made contact with him and we both crashed. It might seem that I came in too fast and that I wanted to pass him but that’s not the way it went and we got the confirmation of this by analyzing the telemetry data.”
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