Other top drivers eyeing the Kayunga event are Ambrose Byona (Evo 9)and Kuku Ranjit,
NRC table standings:
1. Duncan Mubiru 160pts
2. Ronald Ssebuguzi 150
3. Omar Mayanja 100
4. Kuku Ranjit 75
5. Fred Busulwa 50
6. Christakis Fitidis 50
7. Kephar Walubi 50
8. Fred Wapamba 50
9. Ambrose Byona 45
10. Musa Kabega 35
Despite being a three time national rally champion, Ronald Ssebuguzi is still targeting more trophies.
Ssebuguzi navigated by Leon Ssenyange in Mitsubishi Evo 10 has 150 points, ten behind leader Duncan Mubiru (160) and has vowed to win the FMU Challenge rally next weekend in Busiika Luweero and Kayunga districts.
Mechanics working on Ambrose Byona's Evo 9
"We are servicing our car, but whoever has entered this race should ready for fireworks because we are going for a win," Shell V-Power and Centenary Bank ambassador stated.
"We want this year's champion and we are going all out for the win."
However, it is not going to be easy for Ssebuguzi since Duncan Mubiru, Omar Mayanja who won the Kabale and Mbarara rally respectively are also targeting wins in the same event.
Other top drivers eyeing the Kayunga event are Hima Cement ambassador, Ambrose Byona (Evo 9), Kuku Ranjit, Christakis Fitidis and Desh Kananura all in a Mitsubishi Evo10.