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The 6th round of KCB National Autocross Championship is underway in Kilifi at Vipingo race track. 28 drivers are battling for top honors in the Sunday 24th June 2018 action.

KCB Group Marketing and communications Director Angela Mwirigi reiterated that the bank is committed to supporting the growth of autocross in the country

“As KCB Bank we are thrilled by the impact of our noble sponsorship in Autocross, the level of competition and entries has tremendously gone up over the years”, said Angela.

4WD Champion Rehan Shah is leading the chase ahead of Sahib Omar, Ammar Haq, Naushad Kara, Lovejyot Singh and Muragwe Waigwa.

Hamza Anwar, will be the man to watch out in the 2WD Non Turbo in a field that has Sameer Nanji, Sahil Mughal and Akbar Khan.

The Clerk of Course Roy Mackenzie says the track at Vipingo will offer the thrill the drivers require as well as a great outing.

“We are glad to have a great entry in today’s event, the coast boys will be out to prove a point during the KCB outing”, said Mackenzie.

Rehan Shah is beaming with confidence in today’s outing adding that should all go a planned he should rack up a third victory this season.

“I am very delighted to be here for the KCB Autocross Championship, the level of competition has gone up definitely and all that remains is for one to give his best “said Rehan.

Alfir Khan is gunning for another victory today in the open category that has Imran Hakada, Mitul Patel, Kirit Rajput and Dinesh Varsani.

“It has been a great year for me in KCB Autocross Championship, I am aiming for a podium finish today and should lady luck smile on me I will have a great year ahead”, said Alfir.

The Bambino class had attracted illiyun Mughal, and Yuvraj Rajput.

Hamza Anwar who is currently leading In his class is optimistic of a great outing.

“I am grateful to God for another chance to be in KCB Autocross Action, the buggy is in perfect condition and the focus is winning today’s event.

Sahib Omar leads the 4WD Turbo while Alfir Khan is leading in the open section.