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Mangat Quits Kenya Championship

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Though he had already participated in two events on the Kenyan calendar, but he was yet to test a single point.


The reigning Uganda Sports Press Association (USPA) Driver of the Year who is second in national championship with 185 points, just one behind leader Ronald Ssebuguzi, will embark on a fourth attempt at the Africa championship crown in Zambia next week.


Mangat who drives a Subaru N12B also revealed how he will be ready for any competition on Uganda’s calendar with next month’s Eastern Challenge Rally on card.


Meanwhile Ponsiano Lwakataka has vowed not to take part in any other FMU organised event. Lwakataka says that FMU couldn’t protect him from harassment by fellow drivers at last weekend’s MPU Masaka event an instance that made him miss out.


Back in 2011, Lwakataka was beaten by fans at Festino City for staging a no-show event. He vehemently quit motorsport but later made an unannounced return in just weeks.

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