He expressed optimsim that he would win the year’s National Rally Championship (NRC) title.
Speaking after the launching ceremony of Southern Motor-club rally at Festino City on Tuesday, Ssebuguzi said: “A driver will always look to the glory of being a champion, so there is no need for me to sit back when the rally is on. I am ready to challenge each and every driver registered for this rally.”
As of now, 18 drivers have registered for the 319km rally which will cover the areas of Kampala, Mukono, Wakiso and Luweero and will start with a super special stage at Festino City in Mukono.
Meanwhile, Duncan “Kikankane” Mubiru who failed a test last week in the Tanzania ARC rally is likely to miss the rally since he is not legible to earn points which he forfeited for Tanzania rally.
However, Ssebuguzi is not threatened by rivals: “I don’t care about who is going to compete with me. What I want from that rally is just a win to stretch the lead.”
NRC log is led by Ronald Ssebuguzi on 250 points with Jonas Kansiime and Duncan Mubiru following with 200 and 175 points respectively.