Ssebuguzi (215points) is trailing 85points behind Jas Mangat (300points) pending a decision on the results of the Kabalega rally that were petitioned
1. Jas Mangat 300 points
2. Ronald Ssebuguzi 215
3. Hassan Alwi 170
4. Christakis Fitidis 146
5. Arthur Blick 135
11. Desh Kananura 75.25
Despite failing to complete the Kabalega rally over the weekend, Ronald Ssebuguzi is still confident they can win this year's national rally championship.
Leon Ssenyange, Ssebuguzi's navigator told New Vision that whatever happened in the Kabalega rally where they dropped out of the event in the sixth section is put to rest and their focus is Pearl rally in September.
"We are now planning for the Pearl of Africa Uganda rally," Ssenyange stated.
"We still have belief that we shall win the Championship both mathematically and technically," Ssenyange stated.
Ssebuguzi (215points) is trailing 85points behind Jas Mangat (300points) pending a decision on the results of the Kabalega rally that were petitioned by Justin Mungoma and Godfrey Lubega.
If the stewards rule in favour of Mungoma, Ssebuguzi will get a ray of hope as he will use the Pearl of Africa Uganda rally to collect the 85points to close in on Mangat.
However, if the stewards dismiss Mungoma petition, then Ssebuguzi will have to win both the Pearl of Africa rally and the Independence rally and pray that Mangat drops out of the Independence rally.