Mike Mukula powers his Subaru Impreza during the Boxing Day Sprint . PHOTO BY Kinthan Images

Provisional standings:

Top three in each category

Premier Division 1

Mike Mukula 45points

Ronald Sebuguzi 41

Byron Rugomoka 38

2WD standings Category

Oscar Ntambi 72

Ibrahim Lubega 69

Sam Watendwa 51

Boxing Day Sprint results:

Yasin Nasser 03:35:44

Mike Mukula 03:40:10

Omar Mayanja 03:45:08

Ronald Sebuguzi 03:46:83

Duncan Mubiru 03:48:14

Mark Lubega 03:48:73

Nasser Mutebi 03:49:86

Edson Mugyereza 03:50:30

Umaru Dauda 03:50:43

Byron Rugomoka 03:52:00

Yasin Nasser in his new Ford Fiesta R5 promises to be the boy to beat in 2023 however, in 2022 Mukula Jr.rules.

Nasser won the Busiika Boxing Day Sprint, but Mike Mukula jr emerged as the 2022 overall Sprint champion.

Sebuguzi powers his new Ford Fiesta during the boxing Day Sprint. Photo by Kinthan Images

He tallied 45 points, four ahead of closest contenders Sebuguzi (41) and Byron Rugomoka (38).

Navigated by Edward Kiyingi in a Subaru Impreza N14, Mukula posted a total time loss of three minutes, 40.10 seconds to second behind the day’s winner Yasin Nasser who posted.

Ibrahim Lubega in action during the Sprint Championship. PHOTO Kinthan Images

This helped him get eight points to add on 37 tallying 45 and emerging the 2022 champion.

The 38year old in his first year of rallying was excited with the victory and as he heads to battle the big boys in next year for the national rally championship (NRC) title.

“I feel much more motivated as we head into the 2023 season. This victory talks a lot about our potential using the little resources and we look forward to the new season,” Mukula told Vision Sport on Tuesday.

“This is our third time driving this car (N14). We have a lot to learn in it but am convinced we have adapted to it and our future is bright,” the soft-speaking son of politician Captain Mike Mukula said.

Ntambi wins the 2WD category

Oscar Ntambi i powers his new Toyota Foresta during the boxing Day Sprint. Photo by Kinthan Images

Meanwhile, Oscar Ntambi added the sprint championship to the National rally 2WD category title.

Ntambi now eyes 2023 to defend his title before upgrading to the superior DIV1 National Rally Championship.

Details in the Newvision


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