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Uganda Drivers To Set Pace For Mangat

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tadalafil geneva;”>Ponsiano Lwakataka, who missed the Eastern challenge rally in April, has also requested FMU to take part in the Rwanda rally for him to score points on NRC from Rwanda and he was endorsed but is yet to confirm his participation.

As the attention may be shifted to Lwakataka, Mangat may have breathing space if he can be conscious and this could help him win the rally.

However, though with no pacesetters, Mangat has never failed to finish in any of the rally that he has participated in on ARC calendar this year.

He is leading with 83 points as he finished the Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya and the Pearl of Africa rally in Uganda.

If Mangat goes ahead to win the Mountain Gorilla rally that will take place on September 20, he will automatically be announced African rally champion even with the Madagascar rally left to go.

However, the championship is tricky as Mangat has to get a podium position because Jessy Singh who is behind Mangat with 17 points is expected to take part.

Rwanda’s Giancarlo Dative might also have more chances of winning the rally by use of home advantage.

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