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Rajbir Rai to hang his helmet at the end of
the 2016 KNRC season
Kenya’s fastest rally youngster Rajbir Rai has
announced his retirement from the sport after
years of brilliant displays.
Rajbir, the 2014 Pearl of Africa Uganda rally
and Kisumu rally winner announced after the
conclusion of the 2016 KCB Eldoret rally at
Chemweno farm that he will be quitting the
sport after the season closing Guru Nanak
Rally. The son of legendary Sarbi Rai admitted
candidly that he needs a fresh impetus in his
life, hence the decision to hang up his gloves
and balaclavas.
“I just wanna have some fun in the remaining
two events coz I am retiring at the end of the
season. I have had a good five seasons and I
feel I have other things now.”-Rajbir.
Rajbir started his racing career with driving
buggies at Jamhuri Park prior to moving to
the 2WD class in his dad’s old VW Golf.




Finland’s Tapio Laukkanen scored his first ever hat-trick in Kenya by clinching victory in the KCB Eldoret Rally at the wheels of his familiar Subaru Impreza on Saturday.

Laukkanen’s efforts were almost thwarted after suffering two consecutive punctures and taking the risk of doing the remaining stages without a spare wheel.

The Finn was followed home by Manvir Baryan, who registered his best result in the Kenya National Rally Championship (KNRC) by taking the all-important second place.

Incidentally, Baryan is the official sponsor of the Finnish driver. Under Multiple Carriers, Laukkanen has been able to tackle the whole of the KNRC series since his debut nearly two years ago.

Baryan, driving a Ford Fiesta, was followed by Rajbir Rai in third place in a similar car. Incidentally, the first three out of the four positions were filled by the Ford Fiestas, with Carl Tundo grabbing the fifth position.


Jassi Chatthe suffered a major blow in his bid to retain the championship title for the second year running after his Mitsubishi Evo10 was time barred in the fourth stage due to power steering problems. There are only two rounds remaining.

Ian Duncan was among the biggest casualties of the competition after his Mitsubishi Lancer Evo10 came to an abrupt end with a blown turbo in the first stage of the rally.

“We could not continue with a damaged turbo though we had a spare one. It would have taken almost two hours to replace it. It is sad we had to pull out so early in the first stage of the day,” said Duncan.

The National Formula Two Class was won by Alex Lairangi in a Toyota Sprinter with its 17th position while his bitter rival, Eric Bengi, followed in 20th place driving a Toyota RunR. Natasha Tundo and Chantal Yound continue to perform well as the only all-female crew after finishing 19th in the competition.

Frigo Silvia proved to be the best-placed female navigator by guiding Conobbio Piero to the seventh place in a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo10.
1. Tapio Laukannen (Subaru R4) 1h26m19s
2. Manvir Bryan (Ford Fiesta R4) 1h27m11s
3. Rajbir Rai (Ford Fiesta) 1h29m37s
4. Carl Tundo (Ford Fiesta Proto) 1h31m34s
5. Tejveer Rai (Evolution X) 1h33m57s
6. Amaanraj Rai (Evolution X) 1h34m15s
7. Piero Cannobio (Evolution 10) 1h35m16s
8. Jasmeet Chana (Evolution X) 1h35m58s
9. Mahesh Halai (Subaru N12) 1h38m28s
10. Asad Khan Kalulu (Subaru) 1h38m58s
11. Dennis Mwenda (Evolution 9) 1h40m12s
12. Onkar Rai (Evolution X) 1h40m38s
13.Taiti Wachira (Evolution) 1h40m50
14. John Nganga (Subaru) 1h41m10s
15. Kepher Walubi (Evolution) 1h46m10s
16. Osman Abdullahi 1h47m00s
17. Alex Lairangi (Toyota printer GT)
18. Jansher Sandhu (Evolution 9) 1h49m56s
19. Natasha Tundo (Subaru N10) 1h50m40s
20. Eric Bengi (Toyota RunX) 1h52m12s
21. Chandu Devji (Subaru GC8) 1h53m15s
22. Leonardo Varese 1h54m23s
23. Sammy Nyorri (ToyoyaRunX) 2h01m16s
24. Duncan Mubiru (Evolution X) 2h30m04s

1. Baldev Chager
2. Stephen Mwangi
3. Ramesh Vishram
4. Sam Karangatha
5. Jaspreet Chatthe
6. Izhar Mirza
7. Farhaaz Khan
8. Raaji Bharij
9. Ian Duncan
10. Edward Maina
11. Lodhia Miten
12. Umar Khalid



Stage set for KCB Eldoret Rally
-Event will traverse two counties namely Uasin
Gishu and Elgeyo Marakwet
-Rally will be organised by Western Kenya
Motor Club
-Scritineering and perc ferme will be at Sikh
Union Eldoret on October 7
-Flag off at KCB Eldoret Western Branch from
7am onwards on October 8
-Spectator stage and service will be at
Chemweno Farm on Moiben and finish at Iten
in Elgeyo Marakwet county.
-Total distance 258.80, Transport 111.30 &
Competitive 147.50.
Kcb Eldoret Map
KCB Eldoret Rally 2016
KCB Eldoret Rally 2016
1 Tapio Laukkanen 104
2 Jaspreet Chatthe 100
3 Ian Duncan 72
4 Rajbir Rai 61
5 Carl Tundo 51
6 Baldev Chager 49
7 Onkar Rai 48
8 Manvir Baryan 41
9 Mahesh Halai 20
10 Frank Tundo 16
11= Farhaaz Khan 15
11= Quentin Mitchell 15
11= Asad Khan 15
14= Karan Patel 12
14= Imran Mogul 12
16= Jasmeet Chana 11
16= Natasha Tundo 11
18 Izhar Mirza 10
19= Eric Njogu 9
19= Eric Bengi 9
19= Alex Lairangi 9
22 Tejveer Rai DNE 8
23= Chandrakant Devji 7
23= Leonardo Varese 7
23= Edward Maina 7
23= Ramesh Vishram 7
23= Osman Abdullahi 7
28= Amaanraj Rai 6
28= Jansher Sandhu 6
28= Sammy Nyorri 6
28= John Nganga 6
32= Adil Mirza 5
32= Josiah Kariuki 5
32= Steven Mwangi 5
35= Nikhil Sachania 3
35= Geoff Mayes 3
37= Jonathan Somen 2
37= Rehan Shah 2
37= Gurmit Thethy 2
37= Imran A Khan 2
37= Kimaru Boit 2
37= Jitendra Dhokia 2
37= Dinesh Sachania 2
37= Issa Amwari 2
37= Aakif Virani 2
37= Dilraj Chatthe 2
37= Dennis Mwenda 2
37= Ammar Haq 2

1 Gurdeep Panesar 111
2 Greg Stead 65
3 Amaar Slatch 64
4 Tim Jessop 62
5 Gareth Dawe 61
6 Ravi Soni 58
7= Ketan Halai 25
7= Tauseef Khan 25
9= Keith Henrie 21
9= Andrew Doig 21
11 Harshil Limbani 20
12= Steven Cook 18
12= Ravi Chana 18
14 Adnan Din 17
15 Kavit Dave 16
16 Zahir Shah 14
17 Chantal Young 13
18= Raju Chaggar 12
18= Tony Kimondo 12
20 Anthony Njenga 10
21 Anthony Gichohi 9
22= Gavin Laurence 8
22= Tuta Mionki 8
24= Julius Mwanchuya 7
24= Kigondu Kareithi 7
24= Steve Mbuthia 7
24= Evans Mwenda 7
24= Jonathan Kosgei 7
29= Feisal Khan 5
29= Salim Khan 5
29= Riyaz Ismail 5
29= John Ngugi 5
33 Richard Hechle 4
34= Tony Gikuhi 3
34= Kashif Shaikh 3
34= Azhar Bhatti 3
34= Jamie Mactavish 3
38= Steven Nyorri 2
38= Atul Kochaar 2
38= George Kiama 2
38= Shakeel Khan 2
38= Taiti Wachira 2
38= Saima Khan 2
38= Edward Njoroge 2
38= Mwangi Waithaka 2
38= Rohit Bhudia 2
38= Victor Okundi 2
38= Job Njiru DNE2
38= James Mwangi 2
38= Mwangi Kioni 2

1 Eric Bengi 100
2 Alex Lairang’i 95
3 Leonardo Varese 68
4 Sammy Nyorri 63
5 Gurmit Thethy 15

1 Anthony Gichohi 95
2 Tuta Mionki DNE 75
3 Kigondu Kareithi 68
4 Mwangi Waithaka 42
5 Tony Gikuhi 25
6 Steven Nyorri 21
7 Harshil Limbani 15
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KCB Eldoret Rally 2015 Pictorial


1. Tapio Laukkanen 1:37.32
2. Rajbir Rai 1:40.27
3. Jas Mangat 1:41.24
4. Quentin Mitchell 1:41.28
5. Jaspreet Chatthe 1:42.40
6. Carl Tundo 1:42.53
7. Manvir Baryan 1:42.59
8. Baldev Chager 1:46.21
9. Tejveer Rai 1:46.46
10. Raaji Bharij 1:48.42
11. Jansher Sandhu 1:51.36
12. Dennis Mwenda 1:52.05
13. Farhaaz Khan 1:52.20
14. Steve Gacheru 1:52.25
15. Asad Khan 1:55.32
16. Amaanraj Rai 1:55,52
17. Steve Mwangi 1:56.25
18. Jasmeet Chana 1:57.04
19. Don Smith 1:58.11
20. Eric Bengi 2;00.22
21. Mahesh Halai 2:01.15
22. James Kirimi 2:02.57
23. Rob Hellier 2:03.44
24. Tash Tundo 2:06.03
25. George Njoroge 2:06.12
26. Sammy Nyorri 2:07.16
27. Gurmit Thethy 2:09.06
28. Mitel Lodhia 2:09.46
29. Chandu Devji 2:11.07
30. Alex Lairang’I 2:11.09
31. Leo Varese 2;12.00
32. Raju Sagoo 2:12.50
33. Imran Kana 2;22.28
34. Nikhil Sachania 2:27.09
35. Navdeep Sandhu 2:35.41
36. Geoff Mayes 2;59.08
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The Safari Rally Cars Tuning Escapede 2



This had protection plates fitted to the spare wheel well and to the jacking points, a roll cage was made locally from 2″ X 3¼” square tube. The engine was protected with a sumpguard – made from the leaf springs of a Land Rover, attached to the rear bumper hangers and to the forks by the front gear box mounting. This gave good protection, but still let air flow round the sump. Problems with overheating had been found with a fully enclosing guard – even with this leaf spring guard, oil temperatures were in the 120°C region.


It is difficult to be exact about power output but, working from other tuners data, I would estimate around 55/60 bhp at sea level (where the cars were good for over 90mph), but because most of the Safari Rally is run at a height of 6000ft above sea level, the thin air gives a power loss of about 18%, so the usual maximum was 87mph.

Speeds of over 50 mph were available in second gear, and up to 77-78 in third. This equates to a maximum engine speed of 6000rpm; maximum power was at 4300 RPM.

The rear torsion bars were thicker than standard, and Bilstein dampers were used, not Koni as in previous years. The “Z” bar fitted to the rear suspension was modified to come into action sooner than normal.

Disc brakes were a standard fitment on the 1500, the first Beetle to have them. Most of the cars had the braking system modified with a pressure limiter fitted into the front brake line. This stopped the front wheels locking before the rears came into action.


Major car manufacturers were taking the event very seriously. The Ford team, for example, had entered 2 Mkl Lotus-Cortinas and 6 MkII Cortina GTs and they had 36 mechanics mounting service points for their star drivers Roger Clark, Peter Hughes and Bengt Soderstrom.

Finnish Rally Ace Rauno Aaltonen was driving a BMC Mini Cooper but he retired early on when his carburettor air filters filled up with dust and damaged the engine.

The rally started from Jamhuri Park on the outskirts of Nairobi with Soderstrom in one of the new Mkll Cortinas streaking into the lead, his car kicking up vast clouds of dust in its wake.

Bengt Soderstrom was making the most of his number one starting position, for following cars had to drive through clouds of choking dust. Overtaking in these conditions almost becomes a lottery, where faster cars had to drive almost blind through the dust when overtaking slower cars.

The 1967 Rally was later to prove to be the driest Safari on record; this was not good news for the VW crews who needed the mud and the rain that the cars revelled in and in the dry conditions the Fords and the Peugeots were just too fast – they were reputed to be at least 20mph faster than the Beetles.

It is not surprising that under these conditions accidents happened, Tommy Fjastad’s car plunged 100ft down an embankment after he ran out of road near Bura whilst trying to overtake a slower car in the dust – the Beetle was wrecked. The car subsequently caught fire and the petrol tank exploded. Fortunately, both Tommy and his passenger Bev Smith were thrown clear and escaped with relatively minor injuries – it could so easily have been a lot worse.

The dust also had another effect on the Beetles. The cars had been fitted with modified engine bay sealing – extra sealing strips were fitted between the engine and the body to keep mud and water out of the engine. But this did not keep out all the dust – vast quantities of the choking stuff was sucked into the engine bay of the cars by the cooling fans, coating the engine with a thick layer of dust, causing the engines to loose power and overheat.

The torrid conditions were having a marked effect on the usually reliable Beetles. All the Beetles except Bill Bengry’s car had been fitted with electric fuel pumps. As Bill tackled the very rough Nakuru section he came upon Richard Barbour whose car had stalled due to vapour locking caused by the terrific heat given out from his overheating engine, Richard got his car restarted but lost valuable time in the process.

About 20 miles after the next control, Bill’s car stopped when his mechanical fuel pump packed in. He replaced it with a new pump from the spares carried on board the car, but this gave up the ghost 100 miles later when the heat from the engine warped the valves in the pump.

Bill says that at this stage the engine was so hot it was almost impossible to touch anything, they made one good pump from the remains of the two dead ones and went on their way. Only to retire later when a rock damaged the oil strainer plate, the loss of oil causing a big end to go, and that was the end of his rally.

This was particularly cruel luck as he was at that time the leading VW and almost home, the worst of the rally behind him.

George Barbour, in one of the privately-entered cars, was going well until close to Korogwe when he fell foul of some local “pranksters” who thought it would be a good idea to put large rocks in the road on a blind bend – just to see what happened. George hit a large rock damaging a front wheel and smashing the brake disc and calliper. This was later put right, but it had caused other damage that subsequently put him out of the rally. Some things never change – the same fate almost overtaking Carlos Sainz on the RAC Rally in 1994.

The other two 1500 Beetles, driven by Richard Barbour & Mike Doughty and Ernst Ruthmann & Chris McNaughton, finished in good mechanical order – ut well down the field. The best result was 19th 0verall.

The drivers of the 1300 Beetles did very well to finish at all, they were loosing time into every control and were lucky to avoid being excluded for lateness.


It was apparent that the Okrasa Group 2 modifications for the 1500 that had worked in the somewhat cooler northern climate were not suitable for the Safari’s tropical conditions. The 1300, with less power and the same cooling system, did not seem to suffer to the same extent.

To be fair, if the weather had been the same as the previous four years – that is, very wet and muddy – all the Beetles would have fared a lot better.

The Cooper Motor Corporation knew this when they entered the rally and gambled on the weather staying wet, it was a gamble they lost. Who knows what may have happened if the weather had been wet, and the Beetles had done better?

This then really was the end. Coopers pulled the plug on financing entries and it was apparent that the Beetle had had its day on the Safari. I can find no record of a 1500S Notchback or a 1600 Fastback finishing the event.

After 1967 no VW Beetle ever again finished a Safari Rally. Not so Tommy Fjastad, he popped up again in 1969 when Messrs Fjastad and Salt brought home an Audi Super 90 into 12th place out of 31 finishers and a well deserved class win – you can’t, as they say, keep a good man down.
Results of the VWs in the 1967 Safari Rally:


Position Drivers Car
19th R Barbour & M Doughty VW 1500 Beetle
25th E Ruthmann & C McNaughton VW 1500 Beetle
41st N S Bachu & P S Bachu VW 1300 Beetle
43rd C Walles & C Dickson VW 1300 Beetle
47th A S Gill & T S Sembi VW 1300 Beetle

Reason Drivers Car
Holed sump at Meru W Bengry & J Bradley VW 1500 Beetle
Crashed & caught fire T Fjastad & B Smith VW 1500 Beetle
Failed to reach Arusha M S Khan & H Reuter VW 1300 Beetle
Bent front suspension G Barbour & W Miller VW 1500 Beetle
Retired at Mombassa J Bhamra & D Parker VW 1300 Beetle


Destination Monte Peter Harper
Tricks of the Rally Game Gunnar Palm & Herbert Volker
Safari Fever Nick Brittan
Safer Motoring Magazine

Various Issues
VW Motoring
– 1995

Various Issues 1994
Tuning Volkswagens Peter Noad
VW Beetle in Motorsport Peter Noad

KCB Eldoret Rally 2015 Map Itienary


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Entry List:
1. Rajbir Rai/Tim Challen (Ford Fiesta R5)
2. Ian Duncan/Amaar Slatch (EVOX)
3. Carl ‘Flash’ Tundo/Tim Jessop (Evo9)
4. Jaspreet Chatthe/Gurdeep Gugu Panesar (EVOX)
5. Manvir Baryan/Drew Sturrock -UK(Ford Fiesta
6. Tapio Laukkanen/Pasi Torma (Subaru GVB13)
7. Raaji Bharij/Jasneil Ghataure (EVO9)
8. Jas Mangat/David Israel(EVOX)
9. Alastair Cavenagh/Gavin Laurence (Proton
10. Karan Patel/Taussef Khan (EVOX)
11. Pavit Kenth/Raju Sehmi (Evoi9)
12. Jasmeet Chana/Ravi Chana (EVO9)
13. Pierro Canobio/Silvia Frigo (EVOX)
14. Dennis Mwenda/Job Njiru (EVO9)
15. Amaanraj Rai/Kavit Dave (EVOX)
16. Frank Tundo/Tariq Malik (EVO9)
17. Farhaaz Khan/Riyaz Ismail (EVO9)
18. Steve Mwangi/Steve Nyorri (Subaru N10)
19. Steve Gacheru/TBA (Subaru N10)
20. Asad Khan ‘Kalulu’/Mwangi Kioni (Subaru N10)
21. Ghalib Hajee/Bharat Patni (EVOX)
22. Kirit Rajput/Shameer Ole Yusuf (Lexus LX570)
23. Mahesh Halai/Ketan Dinesh Halai (Subaru
24. Don Smith/ Bob Kaugi (Subaru)
25. Dilraj Chatthe/Dave Sihoka (EVO9 R4)
26. Murage Waigwa/Tuta Mionki (Subaru GC8)
27. James Kirimi/Evans Mwenda (Subaru GC8)
28. Eric Bengi/Tony Gikuhi (RunX)
29. George Njoroge/Linet Ayuko (Subaru)
30. Paras Pandya/Flagun Bhojak (Subaru N10)
31. Hussein Malik/Absalom Aswani (EVO6)
32. Rob Hellier/Douglas Rundgren (Datsun 160J)
33. Sammy Nyorri/Edward Njoroge (RunX)
34. Natasha Tundo/Chantal Young (Subaru N10)
35. Aslam Khan/Farhaarn Khan (Porsche Carrera
36. Chandrakant Devji/ Julius Mwachuya (Subaru)
37. Alex Lairang’i/Anthony Gichohi (Toyota
Sprinter GT)
38. Leo Varese/Kigo Kareithi (Toyota Corolla RSI)
39. Bhupinder Sagoo (Raju)/Azhar Bhatti (Toyota
Ceres 1600cc2WD)
40. Nikhil Sachannia/Salim Khan (Fiat Abarth
41. Gurmit Thethy/Harshil Limbani (VW Golf MK3)
42. Geoff Mayes/Laban Cliff (Toyota Levine) 43.
Navdeep Sandhu/Mohammed Salim (Subaru Leone)
44. Kimaru Boit/Albert Kigen (Toyota Celica)
45. Imran Khan/Mohammed Kana (Toyota Levin)
46. Miten Lodha/Kimeli Korir (Subaru N10)
47. Edward Maina/John Ngugi (Subaru GC8)
48. Jansher Sandhu/Faisal Khan (EVO9)
49. Nadeem Kana/James Mwangi (Subaru GC8)

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KCB Voi Rally 2015


07:00: KCB Voi
07:08: CS1-Voi Stadium Spectator stage (0.30km)
SERVICE A-Rukinga (20mins)
08:41: CS2-Simba 1 (51.50km)
09:39: CS3-Ndovu 1 (33km)
SERVICE B-Rukinga (20mins)
10:52: CS4-Twiga 1 (16.60km)
SERVICE C-Rukinga (20mins)
12:28: CS5-Simba 2 (51.50km)
13:26: CS6-Ndovu 2 (33km)
SERVICE D-Rukinga (20mins)
14:39: CS7-Twiga 2 (16.60km)
SERVICE E -Rukinga (10mins)
Competitive Dist.: 202.50km
Liaison Dist.: 71.73km
Cumulative Total: 274.23km.
KCB Voi Rally 2015
Reconnaisance: 5th June 2015 from 0600hrs- 1800hrs
Collection of Road books & Decals 4th June 20151 from 600hrs-2000hrs Shell Station Voi
Scrutineering Checks: 5th June 2015, 0930hrs, Shell Station-Voi
Stewards Meeting (1): 5th June 2015, 1600hrs, Shell Station- Voi
Publication of Start order: 5th June 2015, 1700hrs, Shell Station- Voi
Drivers Briefing: 6th June 2015, 0630hrs @ KCB Voi Branch
Ceremonial Start: 6th June 2015, 0700hrs, KCB Voi Branch
Stewards Meeting (2) 6th June 2015, 1600hrs @ Rukinga Ranch HQ
Publication of provisional results: 6th June 2015, 1630hrs @ Rukinga Ranch HQ
Prize giving ceremony: 6th June 2015, 1730hrs @ Rukinga Ranch HQ
Organiser: Mombasa Motor Club
Road surface:
*Competitive Stages – Gravel
*Liaison- Tarmac, Broken tarmac and Gravel
Overall competitive distance and total distance of the
*Competitive:202.5 Kms
*Liason:73.6 Kms
*Total:276.1 Kms
National titles for which the rally counts:
*The 2015 Kenya National Rally Championship for Drivers and Co-Drivers
*The 2015 Kenya National Rally Group N Championship for Drivers and Co-Drivers
*The 2015 Kenya National Rally Division One (1) Championship for Drivers and Co-Drivers
*The 2015 Kenya National Rally Division Two (2) Championship for Drivers and Co-Drivers
*The 2015 Kenya National Rally Division Three (3) Championship for Drivers and Co-Drivers
*The 2015 Kenya National Rally Classic Class (C) Championship for Drivers and Co-Drivers
*The 2015 Kenya National Rally Supplementary Class (S) Championship for Drivers and Co-Drivers
*The 2015 Kenya National Rally Two Wheel Drive Class (2WD) Championship for Drivers and
*The 2015 Kenya National Rally Specially Prepared Vehicles Class (SPV) Championship for
Drivers and Co-Drivers
Stewards of the Meeting
*ASN Steward – Raju Chagger
*MMC Steward – Karim H Omido
Senior officials Clerk of Course:
Roy McKenzie
Deputy Clerk of Course: Jim Kahumbura, Azar Anwar, John Benard, George Mwangi
Chief Scrutineer: Musa Locho
Chief Safety Officer
Wellington O
Chief Medical Officer: Ben Ochieng
Chief Control Officer: P. M Njoroge
Secretary of Meeting: Margy McKenzie
Chief Security Officer
Name: Wellington Ochieng
Service Park Manager: Mohammend Moti
Competitors Relation Officer: Kamlesh Pandya
Scrutineering Paddock:: Shell Station Voi
Location of Service Park: Rukinga Ranch

KCB Voi Rally 2015
SEEDED ENTRY LIST as at 3rd June 2015 1700Hrs
Car No 6. Manvir Baryan/Drew Sturock -UK (Ford Fiesta RC2-R5 Multiple Racing Team)
Car No. 5. Jaspreet Chatthe/Craig Thorley ( Mitsubishi Evolution 10RC2-R4Team Kibos)
Car No. 4. Rajbir Rai/Timothy Challen (Ford FiestaRC2-R5Rai Racing)
Car No. 3. Ian Duncan/Andrew Doig (Mitsubishi Evolution 10 RC2-N4. Liquid Telecom)
Car No. 2. Carl Tundo/Tim Jessop (Proton Neo Satria. RC2-S2000. Menengai Oil)
Car No. 8. Onkar Rai/Gareth Dawe (Mitsubishi Evolution 10. RC2-N4. Kabras Sugar Racing)
Car No. 1. Baldev Chager/Ravi Soni (Mitsubishi Evolution 10. RC2-N4. Kabras Sugar Racing)
Car No. 7. Quentin Mitchell/
Thomas Taylor (Skoda FabiaRC2-S2000. Quentin Mitchell Rallying)
Car No. 99. Tapio Laukkanen/Pasi Torma -FIN (Subaru Impreza GVB 13. RC2-R4. Multiple Racing Team)
Car No. 9. Raaji Bharij/Jasneil Ghataure (Mitsubishi Evolution 10. RC2-N4 Delights Motorsport)
Car No. 95. Jas Mangat/Cedric Buzabo-EAU (Mitsubishi Evolution 10. RC2-R4. Pili Pili)
Car No. 15. Alastair Cavenagh/Gavin Laurence (Proton Neo Satria. RC2-S2000)
Car No. 25. Izhar Mirza/Kashif Sheikh (Mitsubishi Evolution 9RC2-N4. Coast Pekee)
Car No. 19. Karan Patel/Tauseef Khan (Mitsubishi Evolution 10RC2-N4. Filmico Racing)
Car No. 17. Jasmeet Chana/Ravinder Chana (Mitsubishi Evolution 9. RC2-N4. CRS Racing)
Car 14. Tejveer Rai/Zahir Shah (Mitsubishi Evolution 10. RC2-R4. Kabras Sugar Racing)
Car No. 27. Frank Tundo/Tariq Malik (Mitsubishi Evolution 9RC2-N4)
Car No. 100. Pavit Kenth/Raju Sehmi (Mitsubishi Evolution 9. RC2-N4)
Car No. 32. Amaanraj Rai/Gregory Stead (Mitsubishi Evolution 10. RC2-R4. Rai Racing)
Car No. 48. Pietro Canobbio/Silvia Frigo (Mitsubishi Evolution 10RC2-R4)
Car No 47. Asad Khan/Mwangi Kioni (Subaru Impreza N10. RC2-N4 Silverspread Rally Team)
Car No. 49. Dennis Mwenda/Job Njiru (Mitsubishi Evolution 9RC2-N4. Silverspread Rally Team)
Car No. 114. Alfir Khan/
Imran Khan (Subaru Impreza N10RC2-N4Moody Rallye)
Car No. 23. Steve Mwangi/Steve Nyorri (Subaru Impreza N10. RC2-N4. Andy Rally Team
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Car 18. Farhaaz Khan/Riyaz Ismail (Mitsubishi Evolution 9. RC2-N4. Oilibya Racing)
Car No. 22. Mahesh Halai/Ketan Halai (Subaru Impreza N12. RC2-N4. Shamba Boys Motorsport)
Car No. 33. Naushad Lota/Adnan Din (Subaru Impreza N12RC2-N4)
Car No. 59. Murage Waigwa/Tuta Mionki (Subaru Impreza GC8. NAT-S. Bobo Rally Team)
Car No. 35. Jonathan Somen/Richard Hechle (Ford Escort MK2. CLASSIC. Scuderria DaGorreti)
Car No. 37. Eric Bengi/Tony Gikuhi (Toyota RunX. NAT-2WD)
Car No. 36. Hussein Malik/Absalom Aswani (Mitsubishi Evolution 6. NAT-S. National Oil Racing)
Car No. 109. George Njoroge/TBA (Subaru. NAT-SPV)
Car No 64. Nadeem Kana/James Mwangi (Subaru Impreza GC8. NAT-S)
Car No. 51. Paras Pandya/Falgun Bhojak (Subaru Impreza N10RC2-N4)
Car No. 50. Rob Hellier/Douglas Rundgrew (Datsun 160 J. CLASSIC)
Car No 52. Aslam Khan/Arshad Khan (Porshe Carrera 911. CLASSIC. ALS Motorsport)
Car No. 98. Jansher Sandhu/Feisal Khan (Mitsubishi Evolution 9. RC2-N4)
Car No. 55. Manmeet Puee/Gurveer Pandal (Subaru Impreza N10. RC2-N4
Car No. 83. Yusuf Pasta/Fleur Driest-Dutch (Subaru Impreza N10. RC2-N4. Roadtainers Racing Team)
Car No. 80. Sammy Nyorri/Edward Njoroge (Toyota RunX. NAT-2WD. Moonwalker Racing)
Car No. 42. Eric Njogu/Tony Kimondo (Subaru Impreza N8. NAT-S)
Car No. 102. Natasha Tundo/Chantal Young
Subaru Impreza N10. RC2-N4. Rally Chix)
Car No. 68. Chandrakant Devji/Julius Mwachuya (Subaru Impreza GC8. NAT-SShajanad Racing)
Car No. 127. Adil Mirza/Thabit Khandwalla (Mitsubishi Evolution 8. RC2-N4)
Car No. 125. Shiraz Yusuf/Azhar Bhatti (Mitsubishi Evolution 10RC2-N4)
Car No. 78. Alex Lairang’i/Anthony Gichohi (Toyota Sprinter. NAT-2WD. Delights Motorsports)
Car No. 66. Leonardo Varese/Kigondu Kareithi (Toyota Corolla RSINAT-2WDSports Pesa Rally Team)
Car No. 73. Ramesh Vishram/ Rohit Bhudia (Ford Escort MK11. CLASSIC. Cementers Motorsports)
Car No. 115. Arif Kana/John Ngugi (Subaru Impreza GC8. NAT-2WD)
kcb voi rally 2015

KCB Kisumu Rally 2015


37 drivers enlist for KCB Kisumu Rally 2015
Car No. 8: Onkar Rai/Gareth Dawe
(Mitsubishi Evolution 10/ RC2-N4. Kabras
Sugar Team)
Car No. 1. Baldev Chager/Ravi Soni
(Mitsubishi Evolution 10/RC2-N4. Kabras
Sugar Team)
Car No. 99. Tapio Laukkanen/Pasi Torma.
FIN (Subaru Impreza GVB13 /RC2-R4.
Multiple Racing
Car No 6. Manvir Baryan/Drew Sturrock. UK
(Ford Fiesta RC2-R5. Multiple Racing)
Car No. 5. Jaspreet Chatthe/Gurdeep
Panesar (Mitsubishi Evolution 10/RC2-N4.
Team Kibos)
Car No. 4. Rajbir Rai/Timothy Challen (Ford
Fiesta RC2-R5. Rai Racing)
Car No. 3. Ian Duncan/Amaar Slatch
(Nissan Patrol NAT-SPV)
Car No. 2. Carl Tundo/Tim Jessop (Proton
Neo SatriaRC2-S2000. Menengai Oil)
Car No. 15. Alastair Cavenagh/Gavin
Laurence (Proton Neo Satria RC2-S2000)
Car No. 9. Raajpal Bharij/Jasneil Ghataure
(Mitsubishi Evolution 10RC2-N4/Delights
Car No. 95. Jas Mangat/Cedric Buzabo
(Mitsubishi Evolution 10 RC2-R4)
Car No. 25. Izhar Mirza/TBA (Mitsubishi
Evolution 9 RC2-N4. Coast Pekee)
Car No. 14. Tejveer Rai/Zahir Shah
(Mitsubishi Evolution 10 RC2-N4. Kabras
Sugar Team)
Car No. 17. Jasmeet Chana/Ravi Chana
( Mitsubishi Evolution 9RC2-N4Identisys/
CRS Motorsport)
Car No 18. Farhaaz Khan/Riyaz Ismael
(Mitsubishi Evolution 9RC2-N4ALS
Car No 19. Karan Patel/Taiseef Khan
(Mitsubishi Evolution 10 RC2-N4. Filmico
Car No. 22. Mahesh Halai/Ketan Halai
(Subaru Impreza N12. RC2-N4. Shamba
Boyz Racing)
Car No. 24. Ghalib Hajee/Bharat Pattni
(Mitsubishi Evolution 10/RC2-N4)
Car No 47. Asad Khan/TBA
(Subaru Impreza N10. RC2-N4)
Car No. 49. Dennis Mwenda/Job Njiru
(Mitsubishi Evolution 9RC2-N4. Silverspread
Team Meru)
Car No. 36. Hussein Malik/Shameer Yusuf
(Mitsubishi Evolution 6. S class. National Oil
Car No 100. Pavit Kenth/ Raju Sehmi
(Mitsubishi Evolution 9RC2-N4)
Car No 35. Jonathan Somen/Richard Hechle
(Ford Escort MK2 CLASSIC. Cuderia
Car No. 37. Eric Bengi/Tony Gikuhi (Toyota
Car No 52. Aslam Khan/Arshad Khan
(Porsche 911 CLASSIC. ALS Motorsport)
Car 54. Ranjeet Sehmi/Imran Khan (Ford
Car No 103. Steffano Rocca/Franco Donadel
( Datsun 260Z CLASSIC)
Car 64. Nadeem Kana/James Mwangi
(Subaru Impreza GC8 NAT-S Thumbs Up
Rally Team)
Car No 98. Jansher Sandhu/Rommy Bhamra
(Mitsubishi Evolution 9RC2-N4)
Car 60. Gurmit Thethy/Harshil Limbani (VW
Golf MK3/NAT-2WD. Thethy Motorsport)
Car No. 66. Leonardo Varese/Kigondu
Kareithi (Toyota Corolla RSI NAT-2WD. Sport
Pesa Racing)
Car 68. Chandrakant Chhabhadia/Jonathan
(Subaru Impreza GC8NAT-S. Shajhanand
Car 74. Nikhil Sachania/Charanjeev Singh
(Mitsubishi Challenger NAT-SPV Filmico
Car No. 78. Alex Lairang’i/Anthony Gichohi
(Toyota Sprinter NAT-2WD. Team Delights)
Car No 80. Sammy Nyorri/Edward Njoroge
(Toyota RunX NAT-2WD)
Car No. 101. Savraj Bhui/Margaret Wangui
“Kui Qui” (VW Golf MK2 NAT-2WD. Reliance
Car 104. Bhupinder Sagoo/Imran Khan
(Toyota Ceres. NAT-2WD. Sagoo Rally

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