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Ssebuguzi wins Kayunga Rally, targets national championship

After Ssebuguzi and his teammate Leon Ssenyange beating 18 teams of drivers to win the FMU Challenge rally, concluded yesterday, Sunday in Kayunga, the duo is ready to enter the fourth round Fort portal race scheduled May 26-28 to set a basement of walking away with the national championship title at the end of the rally calendar this year.

“It has been good for us. Winning this event has increased our chances of winning the national championship and we shall enter the Fort Portal” Ssebuguzi said.

The crew showed their eagerness for the victory in the concluded event from Busiika Day one rally by finishing first as did the same at Kayunga in the final rounds of the event posting the fastest time of 1:24:02 putting them on top of the NRC leader board with 250 points after three rounds.

The crew comprising of Christakis Fitidis and Eric Nzamwita finished second 0:04:02 behind the winner.

2017 FMU Challenge rally results

1. Ronald Sebuguzi/Leon Ssenyange 1:24:02
2. Christakis Fitidis/Eric Nzamwita 1:28:25
3. Ambrose Byona/Derrick Lubambula 1:28:53
4. Fred Wampamba/Paul Musaazi 1:29:14
5. Kepher Walubi/Susan Kalema 1:30:09
6. Yusuf Bukenya/Frank Sserugo 1:37:23
7. Yasin Nasser/Ali Katumba 1:37:37
8. Isaac Ssozi/Lawrence Mwambazi 1:40:00
9. Graham Nagasha/Raymond Munyagwa(CRC) 1:42:48
10. Musa Mulimira/Umar Kakande(CRC) 1:47:09
11. Fred Ssenkumba/Hamza Lwanga(2WD) 1:52:52
12. Peter Kalule/Mariam Nambasa 1:53:25
13. Ismail Otega/Joseph Junior(2WD) 1:54:22
14. Edson Mungyereza/S Kyambadde 1:54:49
15. Didas Matsiko/Afred Mutanda(CRC) 2:02:59
16. Gilberto Balondemu/Steven Bunya(2WD) 2:02:22
17. Charles Sansa/Ian Kisseka(CRC) 2:09:14
18. Samuel Watendea/Robert Katabalwa(2WD) 2:17:09
19. Sadat Negomba/M Asuman(2WD) 3:28:51

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Written by Kalema Lawrence

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