Coastweek -- Carl “Flash” Tundo
savoured the 2018 KCB Kenya National Rally Championship title
after registering his fifth victory of the season.
achieved his feat at the Chemweno farm in Eldoret and candidly
admitted it was tough winning the title with his hard pushing
a really tough season as the other drivers have been pushing
set the pace and imparted an all out attack antics,” said Tundo.
and assured march to the podium belied the excitement that was
bubbling underneath and it exploded on solid stream of joy at
Chemweno prize giving.
went down in history as his fourth National Championship
titleand he was overly excited that after breaking the
longstanding Shekar Mehta’s record of five Safari titles he
appeared to close in on Duncan’s six KNRC titles.
who was navigated by Tim Jessop in a B13 Mistubishi Evo10
scooped the top position with a total time of 01:26:46hours.
highly contested championship with just a 3 seconds difference
from his teammate Baldev Chager, who finished with a total time
of 01:26:49 hours also in a B13 Evolution.
Motor Sports Federation has since scrapped the B13 class while
drivers compete on a bigger turbo restrictor and sequential
gearbox meaning that Tubdo and Chager will be compelled to
consider Tejveer Rai came in third to seal the podium dash with
a cumulative total of 01:29:51hours in the overall
Bengi who swept the roofs in Eldoret came in fourth with a total
time of 00:22:09 hours with Amaanraj Rai coming in fifth
position clocking a time of (00:22:4 hours) in group N Evolution
very honored and privileged to win this year’s championship.
a really close call and I didn’t expect to win. This year’s
championship was very competitive and I want to thank the team
and all the drivers who participated,” said Tundo Flash
completes the series with a total of 163 points while Baldev
Chager takes second place with a total of 134 points.
final series of Kenya National Gurunanak rally championship will
be on the 17th and 18th of November at the
Stoni Athi in Athi-River.