Uganda will field in a strong squad in the upcoming ARC Equator rally Kenya with eight drivers.
According to credible sources, Jas Mangat Singh made a late entry for the Equator rally and his name is expected to appear on the updated final list.
Jas joined the seven-man squad which will depart Kampala on Tuesday 20th April to Naivasha Kenya for the 23-24th scheduled event.
One of the names to feature in the squad will be Amanraj Rai who will debut his newly acquired Ford Fiesta R5.
Amanraj will carry a Ugandan license, unlike the previous years where he used a Kenyan license to race on Kenyan national rally championships. He will be co-driven by Slovakia’s Oslaj Viljem.
Mubiru Duncan after making a statement in NRC 3 with a win, he’s expecting to replicate the form in the Equator rally as he commented after the weekend’s event.
The 2019 Ugandan champion Yassin Nasser after missing out on NRC 3, the Moil team driver is back for the hunt of ARC points.
Rajiv Ruparelia after a disappointing NRC 3 where he dropped out in stage two of the day, the polo proto driver is entering this event still as a rehearsal for the upcoming WRC Safari rally in June.
Ronald ssebuguzi, Kepher Walubi, both driving Mitsubishi Evo x will bounce back in the cockpit in Equator rally after missing out on NRC 3.
Hassan Alwi the Subaru N14 driver will seat with James Mwangi once again after a superb performance in NRC 3 where they finished 3rd.
Christakis Fitidis Babis who was expected to reunite with his long-time co-driver Eric Maxime Nzamwita only pulled out of the event due to a tight business schedule.
ARC Equator rally Kenya will be the 2nd round of the African rally championship and will run from 23-24th April. South African Guy Botterill leads the championship with 25 points.