KENYA NATIONAL MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP 2015

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KENYA NATIONAL MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
2015:
Championship Standings after MX Round 4.
MX 50 CLASS
1. Jaiden Takkunen (KTM) 227
2. Neo Wahome (KTM) 203
3. Kit Garner (KTM) 194
MX 65 CLASS
1. Dylan Mutahi (KTM) 189
2. Tai Wahome (KTM)187
3. Jet Takkunen (KTM) 181
4. James Luusa (KTM) 171
5. Dekker Kihara (KTM) 120
6. Mali Nyachae (KTM) 113
7. Nandi Kiplagat (KTM)112
8. Rafe Garner (KTM) 105
9 Lemayian Waiyaki (KTM) 60
10 Jonathan Mulonzia (KTM) 12
MX 85 CLASS
1. Ethan Nyachae (KTM) 240
2 Maina Wanjigi (KTM) 188
3 Kigen Kiplagat (KTM) 169
4 Christian Chege (KTM)127
5 Rolf Kihara (KTM)98
6 Conner Chesterman (KTM)90
7 Zenni Mokaya (YAM)84
8 Mwai Githinji (KTM) 82
9. John Schrier (YAM) 73
10. Samuel Magwa (KTM)61
11. William Mayer (HON)51
12. Vince Schrier 37
MX 125 CLASS
1. Ngugi Waweru (KTM) 240
2. Orobia Malungu (YAM)158
3. Elias Sherman (KTM)150
4. Maxine Wahome (KTM) 121
5. Githuku Mungai (KTM) 119
6. Alex Moi (KTM) 116
7. Walter Kuria (KTM)73
8. Elunga Malungu (YAM)46
9. Mohamed Ovich Anwar (YAM) 41
MX 1 CLASS
1. Apollo Mbuki (HON) 216
2. Ivan Guya (KTM) 175
3. Isaac Izo Kuria (YAM) 170
4. Samir Sherman (KTM) 51
5= David Brown (YAM)45
5= Tim Jessop (KTM) 45
7. Muthandi Wanjigi (YAM)33
8. Ian Chesterman (KTM)30
9. Andre Antoine (KTM) 13
VETERANS & MASTERS
1. Tim Jessop (KTM)120
2. Phillipe Guiton (KTM) 96
3. Ian Chesterman (KTM) 58
4. David Brown (KTM) 51
Via Samson Ateka

TRIUMPH Thruxton Motor Bike 2006 – 2007

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One of the most authentic cafe-racers out there, the Thruxton may very well be THE cafe racer reference. The 2006 Thrux retains the generic design of the bikes from half a century ago, but delivers a massive amount of updated styling and by all means, modern technology for a better ride.
Count in upgraded suspensions, the revised 865cc parallel twin, solid braking power and a plethora of optional accessories available for those looking forward to add more style and functionality to their bikes and prepare to enjoy a classic bike with massive modern fun about it.
ENGINE TYPE:
4-stroke air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 360-degree firing interval
-Displacement
865 cm3
Bore X Stroke
3.5×2.7 inOR88.9×68.6 mm
-Compression Ratio
9.2:1
-Horsepower
51(69)/7200 KW(hp)/RPM
-Torque
53/6400 lb-ft/RPMOR72/6400 Nm/RPM
-Fuel System
Twin carburettors with throttle position sensor and electric carburettor heaters transmission
-Gearbox-5-speed
-Clutch; wet, multiplate
Primary Drive

Final Drive; X ring chain
chassis
-Frame; Tubular steel cradle
-Front Suspension
41mm forks with adjustable preload
-Rear Suspension
Chromed spring twin shocks with adjustable preload
-Front Brake
Single 320mm floating disc, 2 piston caliper
-Rear Brake
Single 255mm disc, 2 piston caliper
dimension
-Overall Length
84.6 in OR 2149 mm
-Overall Width
27.4 inOR696 mm
-Seat Height
31.1 inOR790 mm
-Weelbase
58.7 inOR1491 mm
-Ground Clearance
NaN inOR0 mm
-Weight
452 lbsOR205 kg
-Fuel Capacity
4.4 gallonsOR4.4 L
-tyres
Front
100/90 R18
Rear
130/80 R17

TRIUMPH Scrambler 8652006 Motor Bike – 2007

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Achieving an ever-increasing popularity since the 60’s the Triumph Scrambler embodies the all-rounder British philosophy: a bike that’s comfortable and which will troublessly rider almost anywhere, on asphalt and muddy fire roads, as well.
Equally suitable as nimble and bold city slicer for daily commuting and as a weekend fun machine far from the main sealed roads, the 2006 Scrambler also brings in a bigger engine, now packing 865cc and more power and torque. A constant improvement on a proven platform, this bike carries on a revered heritage

ENGINE
-Type
4-stroke air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 270° firing interval
-Displacement
865 cm3
-Bore X Stroke
3.5×2.7 inOR88.9×68.6 mm
-Compression Ratio
9.2:1
-Horsepower
41(56)/7000 KW(hp)/RPM
-Torque
51/4500 lb-ft/RPMOR69/4500 Nm/RPM
-Fuel System
Twin carburetors with throttle position sensor and electric carburetor heaters
transmission
-Gearbox
5-speed manual
-Clutch
Wet, multiplate
Primary Drive
-Final Drive
X-ring chain
chassis
-Frame
Tubular Steel Cradle
-Front Suspension
41mm Forks
-Rear Suspension
Chromed spring twin shocks with adjustable preload
-Front Brake
Single 310mm Disc, 2
-Piston Caliper
Rear Brake
Single 255mm Disc, 2 Piston Caliper
dimension
Overall Length
87.1 inOR2212 mm
Overall Width
34.1 inOR866 mm
Seat Height
47.3 inOR1201 mm
Weelbase
59.1 inOR1501 mm
Ground Clearance
NaN inOR0 mm
Weight
451 lbsOR205 kg
Fuel Capacity
4.4 gallonsOR4.4 L
tyres
Front
100/90 19
Rear
130/80 17

Abdul Sidi Rally Academy {A.S.R.A} -More Than Just A Rally Academy



The first-ever motor rally school in Kenya has been launched to lure the future stars of the Kenya National
Rally Championship series.
The project, initiated by
veteran rally navigator and one of the most respected personalities in the motor sports industry, Abdul Sidi, who is the principal of A.S.R.A,has attracted well over 100
rally enthusiasts at the
launch of San Valencia KRDA Motor Sports Academy. The Academy is set to lure
the next generation of co- drivers into the KNRC.

Sidi said the scheme is a historic venture meant to provide free education to those interested in joining
Motor Sports industry.
It is another plus-point
Abdul Sidi for his continued efforts in promoting motor
sport in the country.
Sidi is credited for bringing Car Track and introduction of the Divisions in the Kenya National Rally Champion during his tenure as Chairman of the Kenya
Rally Driver Association.
The new scheme is open to anyone from either outside or inside the Kenya National
Rally Championship circles. Certificates will also be issued to those who attain the KNRC standards at special graduation ceremony to be held later on.
SAFARI RALLY THEN And NOW

Abdul Sidi;

ASRA: Hats of the former organizers of the Safari Rally when it was considered as the toughest round of the World Rally Championship.
For many of the younger generation, identifying Mike
Doughty and David Morgan would be difficult but for
those who remember them, will always give credit to some of the greatest Safari
Rally organizers Kenya has ever produced.
Apart from giving detailed news on issues ranging from Service schedules,
Entry Lists, Driver
information, they were able to give spectator guides which are lacking in the present day of the competition.
The 1993 Safari Service
schedule consisted of 38 pages of which 30 were in detailed maps. The information was not just to help the local service crews, but also of great guidance to the spectators
and the vast number of
foreign crews and
journalists. It was precise and accurate, released months in advance.
The 1973 Safari Rally was 3777 kilometer-long of which 2155.90 kms was competitive spread over
five days of the competition.
The rally would start on a Thursday and finish on a Monday.
There were 79 Time
Controls spreading from
Nairobi to as far as
Mombasa-Kitui-Narok-
Kisumu-Kisumu-Eldoret-
Kapenguria-Nyeri and
Rumuruti among other
landmarks in Kenya.
In comparison, this year’s Safari Rally will 730
kilometers long of which 308 kms will be competitive. It will be done in less than three days. The Service schedule is just ONE PAGE of A4 size. The furthest point away be IL Bisel after the start from Nairobi We need to borrow one or two leaves from our predecessors in order to revive the event back to its glory days.
To be able to achieve that there has to be
transparency, full
commitment and dedication
from those willing to take up the challenge.
Safari Rally belongs to the people and is considered as
a historic heritage for the people of Kenya and those in support of once, the TOUGHEST RALLIES OF THE
WORLD RALLY
CHAMPONSHIP.
We can do it
About Abdul Sidi
Over two decades as
leading Rally Navigator
Chariman of Rallies
Commission – Kenya Motor
Sports Federation
Principal of Abdul Sidi Rally
Academy
Former Chairman of the
Kenya Rally Drivers
Association
Former Media Consultant for
Kenya Motor Sports
Federation
Former Press Officer for
the East African Safari
Classic Rally
Motor Sports Writer for the
Nation Newspapers

Mobile: 0729 487515
Address: P.O.Box
43375-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/abdul.sidi
Website: http://www.abdulsidirallyacademy.com
Email: abdul.sidi@facebook.com

KCB Kisumu Rally Set For 30th And 31st August. ENTRY List And Map Itienary




ENTRY LIST –KCB MOBI BANK
KISUMU RALLY
Alex Horsey/Peter Horsey
(Mitsubishi EVO X)-N
Carl Tundo/Tim Jessop
(Mitsubishi EVO 9)-N
Ian Duncan/Amaar Slatch
(Mitsubishi EVO9)-N
Baldev Chager/Ravi Soni
(Mitsubishi EVOX)-N
Raaji Bharij/Geoff Mayes
(Mitsubishi EVO 9)-N
Azar Anwar/Julius Ngigi
(Mitsubishi EVO 8)-N
Jaspreet Chatthe/ Gurdeep
Panesar (Mitsubishi EVO X)
-N
Frank Tundo/Natasha Di
Cangio (Mitsubishi EVO 9)-N
Onkar Rai/
Des Page Morris
(Mitsubishi EVOX)-N
Izhar Mirza/Kavir Dave
(Mitsubishi EVO 9)-N
Hardeep Rehsi/Jaspal
Matharu (Mitsubishi EVO 9)-
N
Manvir Baryan/Drew
Sturrock-GB (Subaru N16)-
N
Farhaaz Khan/Taussef
Khan (Subaru Impreza)-N
Tejvir Rai/Zahir Shah
(Subaru Impreza N16)-N
Jasmeet Chana/Rohit Budhia
(Mitsubishi EVO9)-N
Asad Khan/Salim Khan
(Subaru Legacy)-S-Class
Alasdair Keith/
Tariq Malik
(Subaru Impreza)-S-Class
Jaswinder Chana/Ravi
Chana (Toyota Celica GT4)-
S-Class
Mahesh Halai/
Ketan Halai
(Subaru Impreza)-S-Class
Ghalib Haji/
Papu Acharya
(Mitsubishi EVOX)-N
Aslam Khan/ Shakeel Khan
(Porsche 911)-Classic Car
Cup
Dennis Mwenda/Edward
Njoroge (Toyota Sprinter
GT)-2WD
Hardev Sira/Jasneil
Ghataure (Ford Escort
Mexico)- Classic Car Cup
Edward Maina/Tonny
Komondo (Toyota Celica)-S-
Class
Davinder Saimbi/Gurdeep
Mehangra (Subaru Impreza
N16)
Stanley Thuo/Mwangi
Waithaka (Subaru PickUp)-
SPV
Victor Okundi/Tuta Mionki
(Toyota Vitz)-2WD
Rajbir Rai/SupeeSoin
(EVOX)
Steve Gacheru/David Kinoti
(Subaru Impreza)
Phyllis Wambui/
Linet Ayuko
(Subaru Impreza)-S-Class
Stephen Mwangi/Steven
Nyorri (Subaru Impreza
N10)
Omar Mayanja/TBA -UG
(Toyota Allex)
Sarit Shah/Harsil Limbani
(VW Golf)-2WD
Manpreet Brar/TBA (VW
Golf GTI)-2WD
Ronak Shah/Riyaz Ismail
(Toyota Celica)-S

1948 Jaguar XK120,Its Classy And Elegant. 1948’s Super Car

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After making a lasting
impression in the
automotive world, Jaguar
was forced to reconsider
their XK120 in 1950 for
larger scale production. To
meet demands, Sir William
Lyons had the car tooled
for a steel body which
would save costs and
improve delivery times. Like the aluminum-bodied cars which were very hard to purchase, the production versions had had French curves, 120 mph performance and an easy price tag of £988.

Despite being made in steel,
the
XK120 lost none of its
appeal or charm. It still
used the same XK engine,
which was the world’s first
affordable and mass-
produced twin-cam unit,
and had the sweeping body
which was inspired by
Italian sports cars and the
streamlined styling of the
French design houses.
In 1950, Jaguar took
necessary steps to move
towards large-scale
production enabling Jaguar
to produce over 12 000
examples. In 1951, the
range was extended with a
Fixed Head Coupe which
was followed up by a
Drophead Coupe in 1953.
The later had luxuriously
crafted soft tops with
burled wood veneer trim
and rollup windows inside.
Around 1,800 XK 120
Drophead Coupes were
produced.
Before 1949, Jaguar only
played a small role in motor
sports, but after the debut
of the XK120, everyone
was interested to see how
the cars would perform on
the track. Jaguar was no
doubt interested as well
and some of the very first
cars were prepared for
Silverstone where they
took both first and second
place. The following year,
three privately entered
XK120s raced LeMans with
impressive
competitiveness.
Success at Lemans
encouraged Jaguar to build
a specially designed XK120
which would lead the
company into its most
successful year. The
XK120C (or C-Type)
endurance racer used a
tube frame chassis and
streamlined body with the
familiar XK120 drive train.
This combination was quite
successful and claimed
Jaguar’s first outright
victory at Le Mans.
After Jaguar had won
LeMans, and the XK120
debuted at the New York
Auto show, Americans
seriously started to
consider British roadsters,
propelling an entire
industry of British sports
cars made for export.
Throughout the years,
Jaguar nurtured this
relationship with the
updated XK140 and XK150.
Important Sales & Chassis
660449 – In 1951,Image
This XK120 was
prepared to support the
new C-Type at the 1951 24
Hours of LeMans. While the
C-Type won, privateers
Bob Lawrie and Ivan Waller
drove 660449 to 11th place
overall, the XK120’s
highest placing at the race.
In more recent times,
660449 has been subject to
a
complete restoration,
which included upgrading
most of the components to
drive the car in vintage
events. The restoration
debuted at the 2002
LeMans classic. It will be
offered for sale at Christies
Auction at Retromobile.
ImageLWK707 – Known for
its
unique
registration plate, this
XK120 Coupe ran the ‘7
days and 7 nights’
endurance run at Montlhery
with drivers Moss, Fairman,
Hadley
and Johnson.
LWK707 ran for a full 7
days during which the car
averaged just over
100mph. It remains in
remarkably original
condition to this day.

Jas Mangat Is The 2013 Pearl Of Africa Uganda Rally Champion As Frank Tundo Clings The 2nd Position

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Uganda’s Jas Mangat on
Saturday won the 2013
Pearl of Africa Rally
Champion which ended in
the Ugandan capital
Kampala.
Driving his Mitsubishi
Lancer N10 together with
his navigator Gihan de
Silva, Mangat dominated
most of the sections in the
Shell VPower sponsored
event which started on
Friday with a Super Special
Sprint.
Mangat, who leads both the
Africa Rally Championship
and the National Rally
Championship in Uganda,
started the rally in good
style winning the Super
Special stage on Friday
ahead of the local and
foreign drivers.
In the competitive rally on
Saturday, it was a neck to
neck battle with the 2012
Pearl of Africa rally
champion Essa Mohammad
who eventually crushed
out. After the Zambian
Mohammad rolled his car,
Mangat was under no
pressure to win the rally as
most of the rivals were
further behind.
Zambia’s Jassy Singh came
second, while Frank Tundo
from Kenya finished in third
place. The organizers of
the event cancelled section
9 of the rally because of
heavy rains in the route.
The event, one of the
biggest on the African rally
calendar, attracted a
record 25 drivers. The
other foreign drivers
included Giancarlo Davite
and Christakis Fitidis from
Rwanda, and Kenya’s Ian
Duncan and Peter Horsey.
PENALTIES
1.Jas Mangat 0:02:00
2.Frank Tundo 0:01:30
3.P Lwakataka 0:02:40
4.Peter Horsey 0:02:20
5.Omar Mayanja 0:04:20
6.Jassy Singh 0:01:00
7.Satvinder Sain 0:04:20
8.A Sempebwa 0:04:30
9.Edson Mungyereza
0:00:20
10.Ismail Ortega 0:01:30
11.Jonas k 0:03:10
15.Musa Mulika 0:04:20
16.Lule Ismail 0:05:40
17.Helen shiri 0:03:50
V-POWER PEARL OF AFRICA
UGANDA RALLY 2013
casualties::
Car No. 105. JASPREET
CHATTHE / KEITH HENRIE
(MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO. 9)
Retired CS 5 End –
Overheating
Car No. 101. GIANCARLO
DAVITE / SYLIVIA
VONDEVOGEL (MITSUBISHI
LANCER EVO. 10) Retired CS
7 – Engine failure
Car No. 116. IZHAR MIRZA /
KAVIT DAVE (MITSUBISHI
LANCER EVO. 9) Retired CS 6
– Suspension
Car No. 51. LEILLA BLICK /
MILDRED
KIBUUKAN4MITSUB
IS
HI
LANCER EVO. 5 Retired CS 4
– Engine failure
Car No. 102. MOHAMMED
ESSA / GREG STEAD (SUBARU
IMPREZA) Retired CS 5 End –
Suspension
Car No. 2. RONALD
SEBUGUZI / CEDRIC BUZABO
(MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO. 9)
Retired CS 4 – Engine
failure
Car No. 106. IAN DUNCAN /
AMAAR SLATCH (FORD CAPRI)
Retired CS 2 – Gearbox
failure
Car No. 22. ARTHUR BLICK /
UNISSAN BAKUNDA (SUBARU
IMPREZA) Retired CS 3 –
Suspension
Car No. 107. CARL TUNDO /
DEZ PAGEMORRIS (MITSUBISHI
LANCER EVO. 9) Retired CS 2
– Gearbox failure
Car No. 10. SHAFIK
SEMUJJU / HUSSEIN MUKUYE
(SUBARU IMPREZA) Retired
TC 3 – Differential Failure
Car No. 8. JOHN CONSTA /
MUSA NSUBUGA (SUBARU
IMPREZA) Retired CS 2 –
Drive Shaft
Car No. 11. WYCLIFF
BUKENYA / FRANK SERUGO
(MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO. 9)
Retired SSS 1A – Gearbox
failure
Car No. 81. PATRICK
MUGISHA /PAUL NSUBUGA
(MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO.
Retired TC 0A
Car No. 30. FAROUK
SENTONGO / PIUS
LUGGYASSUBARU IMPREZA
Retired SSS 1A – Mechanical
Car No. 87. MARK LEO
KITAKA / AARON
NSAMBASSUBARU IMPREZA
Retired – Mechanical

2013 VPower Pearl Of Africa Uganda Rally Day 01 A Final Classifications

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2013 POAUR DAY 01 A
Overall

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2013 POAUR DAY 01A
Supplimentary

2013 POAUR DAY 01A ARC

2013 POAUR DAY 01A NRC

2013 POAUR DAY 01A
Section Times Combined

Jas Mangat Leads As Carl Tundo Follows In The V Power Pearl Of Africa Uganda Rally 2013 Day 1. Results;

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End Leg 1A – Supplementary
1 (Car No. 109) PETER
HORSEY / BELLA ERSKINES
(DATSUN PICK-UP) 0:05:14
2. (Car No. 16) OMAR
MAYANJA / LEON SENYANGE
(TOYOTA COROLLA ALLEX)
0:05:51
3. (Car No. 111) SAMUEL
NYORRI / DENNIS MWENDA
(TOYOTA VITZ) 0:05:59
4. (Car No 52) “BLACK
WIDOW” / TADEO MPANGAS
(SUBARU IMPREZA) 0:06:05
5. (Car No. 23) W.O. 1 LULE
ISMAEL / ALI KATUMBAS
(SUBARU IMPREZA) 0:06:15.
6. Car No. 17) PATRICK
SEBAMBULIDDE / RAHMA
MOHAMMEDS (SUBARU
IMPREZA) 0:06:25
7. (Car No. 86) JAFFER
KAMYA / IVAN SERUNKUMA
(SUBARU IMPREZA) 0:06:33
8. (Car No. 58) JAMIL
KYENGO / ABDUL KARIM
ASLAM (PEUGEOT) 0:06:46
9. (Car No. 31) 1ISMAEL
OTEGA / JUDE LUBEGA
(TOYOTA RUN X 0:07:03
10. IAN DUNCAN / AMAAR
SLATCH (FORD CAPRI)
0:07:08
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