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Vivo Energy Boosts Shell V-Power Pearl of Africa Rally with Shs100M Sponsorship

Vivo Energy Uganda, find http://coloradofinearts.org/wp-admin/includes/class-theme-upgrader.php through its premium brand Shell V-Power, has announced a sponsorship package worth Ushs 100 million towards the organisation of the Pearl of Africa Uganda Rally.

The announcement was made at the launch of the 19th edition of the Shell V-Power Pearl of Africa Rally at Vivo Energy Uganda’s head office in Kampala’s industrial area.

Speaking during the sponsorship handover ceremony, Vivo Energy Uganda Managing Director, Hans Paulsen said: “Vivo Energy is delighted to continue to support the Pearl of Africa Rally.  The rally will give the drivers a chance to experience Shell V-Power – the fuel with the highest octane levels in the market – giving them the best performance and the formula for driving excitement.”

In addition to sponsoring the rally, Vivo Energy Uganda also sponsors two Ugandan champion drivers, Arthur Blick and Ronald Ssebuguzi.

Shell V-Power is a premium unleaded fuel with a high octane index of 95. It contains cleaning and protective elements that both prevent the buildup of carbon deposits in the intake valves and fuel injectors while cleaning any deposits that already exist. It also acts to prevent gunk and corrosion.

Shell V-Power can remove substantial amounts of build-up. Once it has had some months to improve engine cleanliness, there are ongoing benefits, even if you return to standard fuels.

The Federation of Motorsports Clubs of Uganda (FMU) President, Dusman Okee, said that the contribution from Vivo Energy Uganda will help the event continue to be successful. “We thank Vivo Energy Uganda for its continued and committed support towards the motorsport fraternity. As a federation we are working closely with all stakeholders to host another successful event,” said Okee.

The Shell V-Power Pearl of Africa Uganda Rally is one of the eight rounds of the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) sanctioned African Rally Championship, and will run from 16-18 September 2016.

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