KENYAN Peter Horsey will aim to complete a hat-trick on his favourite Entebbe Botanical Gardens track in the King of Speed Sprint on October 5.
MPU Motorsport president Dusman Okee said that Horsey who likes the challenging Entebbe track was the first driver to register for the sprint.
The Kenyan who drives a buggy is unbeaten at Botanical Gardens for two seasons.
Horsey won the past two editions of the Championsâ€™ Sprint at Botanical and wants to add the King of Speed Sprint accolades.
Meanwhile, the Japanese crew of Hideaki Miyoshi and Hakaru Ichino, in a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo.9, won the Zambia International Rally over the weekend and clinched the 2008 FIA African Rally Championship on Sunday. They become the first Japanese crew to ever win the Africa crown.
Horsey goes for hattrick, Miyoshi is ARC champion