Jas Mangat Singh co-driven by Joseph Kamya in the Mitsubishi Evo x, will lead the squad to Nairobi where he has been a regular contender on the African rally championship rounds, scooping several podiums as the latest came in ARC Equator rally where he finished 3rd in April 2021.
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.
Jas Mangat Singh made a late entry for the Equator rally and his name is expected to appear on the updated final list.
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Baldev Chagger co-driven by Ravi Soni in the Mitsubishi Evo x were unmatched to scoop position 1, as Tejveer Rai and Gareth Dawe outpaced Onkar Rai and Drew Sturrock in the same car make (VW Polo R5) to finish 2nd and 3rd respectively.
We have prepared well as we always do for any event we enter. This time probably better given the amount of time we have had without any rallying activities over a year now since Jinja NRC 2.”
The one-day event is scheduled for 20th February 2021 and will be staged in the Soysambu conservancy. The Nakuru rally will be the opening round 1 of the Kenya national rally championship since the 2020 season was nullified due to the covid 19 outbreak.