We will be back - Mugambwa

By Johnson Were

Added 31st October 2017 04:54 PM

His car rolled during the race and damaged mirrors and the car’s radiator

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Marshals help flip Mugambwa’s car after it overturned. Photo by Johnson Were

4x4 Challenge Standings

Julius Mugambwa 25

Frank Tatya 24

Samuel Bwete 10 

Despite rolling on Saturday during the Kalangala autocross meet, Julius Mugambwa has vowed to return in the next event to capture the 4x4 championship trophy.

ugamba  and navigator ean seku pictured after rolling their car hoto by ohnson ereMugamba (R) and navigator Sean Oseku pictured after rolling their car. Photo by Johnson Were

Mugambwa navigated by Sean Oseku in a Suzuki Escudo rolled during the race and damaged mirrors and the car’s radiator.

“We are going to be back in action in the next event. We are leading the 4x4 championship and we cannot just give up like that because rolling is part of motorsport,” Mugambwa stated.

Meanwhile Ali Omar Yasser was crowned the best of the best drivers of the event by the organisers and fellow drivers.

 mar  receives a trophy from arolyne ulowoza while ames ulowoza looks on hoto by ohnson ere Omar (C) receives a trophy from Carolyne Mulowoza while James Mulowoza looks on. Photo by Johnson Were

Omar a darling of fans at the event beat former autocross champion Sabiiti Muyanja when the two went head to head in the double circuit race.

Driving a buggy, Omar beat Muyanja before also beating Jonah Kansiime in a Subaru.

The event climaxed with the Miss SSEHAB Kalangala pageant where Rachael Namatovu emerged winner.

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