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Mangati Wins Lubiri Sprint

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more about http://coastalallergycare.com/wp-content/plugins/soundy-background-music/templates/settings.php geneva; color: #333333;”>Mangati who used his Subaru N12B that was last seen in route during the MPU Masaka rally (almost 3 months back) clocked 6:24:89 to take the 1st position in 8.8km race.

drug geneva; color: #333333;”>Mangati on finishing left the question to his supporters whether to use Subaru or Evo X in next month’s V-Powers Shell Pearl of Africa Uganda rally.

pill geneva; color: #333333;”>“This has been a good test for me before Pearl and at least I have used the same circuit track that will be used in pearl, so I will be used and comfortable with it though I can’t wish away the challenge from local and foreign drivers,” said the Air Uganda and MTN sponsored driver.

Though the rally fans attendance was not as impressive as it used to be this didn’t stop Christakis Fitidis to test his new Mitsubishi that he acquired of recent.

“In the 1st run it looked like I wasn’t so comfortable with the machine but I think you have seen in the second run so with time I will get used to,” said the Orange Uganda sponsored driver Fitidis who finished 5th in the sprint.

The sprint was poorly attended by both drivers and fans where only 17 drivers competed and 15 made it to two runs. However, the Federation of Motorsport Clubs Uganda couldn’t comment on why drivers attended in ‘small’ numbers.

Ronald Ssebuguzi, Ponsiano Lwakataka and Suzan Muwonge are some of top drivers that didn’t make it to participation line though they have always been appearing on participating list.

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