Kaliro rally results

Ronald Sebuguzi/ Anthony Mugambwa 1.40.20.74

Jona Kansiime /Ivan Tumusiime 1.43.43.81

Byron Rugomoka/Hakim Mawanda 1.50.01.68

Fred Kitaka/Mildred Kibuuka 1.51.01.68

Umar Dauda /hamza Lwanga. 1.54.27.82

Provisional NRC Standings:

1.Ponsiano Lwakataka 332 Pts

2 Jonas Kansiime 271.5 Pts

3. Byron Rugomoka 254Pts

4. Umar Daudi 248Pts 

After winning the Kaliro Rally Ronald Sebuguzi now target the MOSAC rally in the Rukungiri district.

The seventh and final round of the national rally championship shall decide who the 2022 champion is between Ponsiano Lweakataka, Jonas Kansime, Byron Rugomoka, and Umar Dauda.

Co-driven by Anthony Mugambwa in Ford Fiesta Proto, Sebuguzi beat stiff challenges from Jonas Kansiime, Byron Rugomoka, and Fred Kitaka who finished second, third and fourth respectively.

The three-time national rally champion fueled by Shell V-Power ended day one in the fourth position but put up a spirited fight on day two on the muddy slippery stage to emerge victorious.

After the event, he said,” It is too late to think of the NRC, but I’m pleased that we have had our first win of the season.”

Ronald Sebuguzi in action during the Kaliro Rally PHOTO BY Kinthan Images

“I’m very happy to win this rally and we want the next MOZAC rally too, “The Shell V-Power and Centenary bank Sponsored driver said.

Sebuguzi registered a total time loss of an hour,40.20.74 seconds to finish three minutes, 23.07 seconds ahead of Jonas Kansime navigated by Ivan Tumusiime who came second.

Byron Rugomoka in Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 10 finished third while Fred Kitaka co-driven by female navigator Mildred Kibuuka in Subaru N10 came fourth.

Sixteen crews completed the rally out of the 31 cars that started the event.

Jonas Kansime finished second and is targeting the NRC crown this season. Photo BY 0776616949

Safety wanting

Busoga region remains one with the biggest population watching the rallies and the organisers need to improve on their planning.

There was no alternative route, in case of the eventuality, the competitors would go the other route.

The safety marshals deployed were not enough at all. Two or three safety Marshals at a viewing point are totally not enough to control the crowd.

Joshua Muwanguzi opened the routes. Photo By Kinthan Images

The safety was much emphasized in the super special stage but in the routes, it was wanting.
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