Waliggo wins in Masaka to give his 2WD title chase a boost

Ismail waliggo’s Toyota Runx at Kako grounds (Photo: John Batanudde)

Ismail Waliggo was on a mission as he dominated the two-wheel drive category securing victory in Kyotera.

The win was a big boost to his chase for the second class title.

Waliggo and co-driver Ronald Bukenya in a Toyota Runx topped all the stages on the final day to post the fastest time of 1hr  36mins and 53seconds in the class. 

Ismail Waliggo(M) and co-driver Ronald Bukenya (Courtesy Photo)

It was the crew’s first victory of the season. 

“This year I am so focused on winning the title. This win has been so vital to push us with maximum points,” said Waliggo. 

Waliggo now moves to third position on the 2WD leaderboard with 30 points. 

Samuel Watendwa in Toyota FX claimed a third consecutive podium place; finishing in second position. 

The podium finish keeps Watendwa at the top of the 2WD class standings with 45 points after three events. 

Samuel Watendwa at kako grounds (Photo: John Batanudde)

Fred Ssenkumba sealed the class podium in third position. He maintains his second position on the leaderboard with 32 points. 

Fred Ssenkumba (Photo: John Batanudde)

Umar Kakyama finished fourth to landed his first finish of the season. 

Charles Ssansa settled for fifth while Timothy Gawaya who too registered his first finish this season sealed the class finishers list in sixth position. 

Godfrey Nsereko suffered another dent in his title chase retiring early with mechanical problem.

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