Motor sport

FMU In Safety Car Campaign


tadalafil geneva; font-size: small;”>Speaking at the launch, FMU president George Kagimu argued all the drivers to take part in this sprint for the sake of improving on safety in the game.

According to Joseph Waisswa the Clark of the course, event is scheduled for June 30 at Festino Cite in Mukono. The sprint will consist of two runs with each run consisting of 3.5km to make 7kms.

However with the KCB Safari Rally in Kenya less than seven days from the Mukwano Super sprint, rally big guns Jas Mangat, Christakis Fitidis, Ronald Ssebuguzi and Duncan Mubiru may all opt for the Kenya race for which they have already registered.

The sprint will contribute on two wheel drive (2WD), Clubman rally championship (CRC) and sprint championship.

Standings in:


Jonas Kansiime Matayo 58 points

Abbas Bukenya 45

Haji Musa Muliika 31

Joseph Kamya 25


Ismail Ortega 82

Umar Mayanja 80

Muyanja 29


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