Drama unfolded in the morning stage when Uganda's crew of Yasin Nasser and Ali Katumba got a broken gear leaver with their Subaru GVB and had to drive two stages till service to sort the problem.
With six stages done before the overnight parc far-me, Kenya's Carl Tundo co-driven by Tim Jessop in the VW polo R5 have made a statement with a solid start in the Sarago Zambia international rally going on in Lusaka Zambia.
The quest for the African rally championship title will resume next weekend in Lusaka with the Sarago Zambia international rally counting as round 4...
Team Moil's Yasin Nasser and Ali Katumba will lead a four-man Ugandan team to Tanzania for the African championship battle, which will take place this month (July) from the 23rd to the 25th of 2021.
Eight entries from Kenya led by Karan Patel will spice up the event scheduled on 23-25th July 2021. Among other Kenyan team are Carl Tundo, Nikil Sachania, Josiah Kariuki, Akif Virani, the FIA young drivers of Mcrae Kimathi, Jeremy Wahome and Hamza Anwar.
The two drivers are joint ARC table leaders with 30 points from the two rounds done so far, and according to the latest entry list of Oryx energies rally, Tundo will return in the VW Polo R5 fresh from the WRC safari rally where he finished 9th overall and 3rd in WRC 3 category.
Safari rally multiple champion Carl “flash” Tundo co-driven by Tim jessop outclassed all his competitors, to win the 2nd round of African rally championship over the weekend.
Tundo recieved a call from Minti Motorsport- asking him if he can grab the opportunity to drive for the team since driver Joey Ghose will miss out on the upcoming events due to covid restrictions at home, and dificulcy in logistics.
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