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Anwar eyes perfect outing at Rwanda Mountain Gorilla Rally

Hamza Anwar
  • Anwar is racing in Rwanda for the second time
  • He is sitting second in the Junior Drivers’ category
  • He will be navigated by Adnan Din

FIA Rally Star Hamza Anwar will be looking for a strong finish behind the wheel of the M-Sport Poland prepared Ford Fiesta Rally3 at this weekend’s fifth round of the Africa Rally Championship (ARC) in Rwanda.

The 23-year-old intends to give the Rwanda Automobile Club (RAC) organized round a good push albeit cautiously. He’s one of the four Safaricom -KQ sponsored FIA Rally Stars enlisted for the Rwanda Mountain Gorilla Rally alongside Jeremiah Wahome, Maxine Wahome and Junior WRC star McRae Kimathi.

This will be Hamza’s second appearance in the Rwandese fixture and he’s hoping to break his duck this time around following his retirement at last year’s edition of the event.

“I sat with Dennis Mwenda in Rwanda last year and we were actually lying third; but unfortunately our dog-box decided to pack up. Rwanda is a really good rally, a flat out kind of event where you really got to show commitment.”

Hamza believes the only way out is to drive sensibly fast.

He went on: ‘For us, the plan is to go flat-out. Where it’s smooth we are going to push, as very few places have caution. So we are going to give it a good push but also consider the face that we have to bring the car home in one piece.”

Hope to maintain position in standings

And asked about his championship prospects, Hamza continued: “We are lying second in the Junior ARC category for Under 28s, so we hope to maintain our position or hopefully try and win the class.”

Hamza is lying second in the Junior ARC category behind his FIA Rally Star stablemates Jeremiah Wahome.

He is returning to Rwanda re-energized and with a different navigator in Adnan Din.

“I am really happy to be joined by Adnan especially for Rwanda. We have gelled well this year and done a season together. I have had my ups and downs with navigators but now I have finally found the one. So I am happy and confident going into the event this weekend.”

The Rwanda Mountain Gorilla Rally will provide one of the championship’s most picturesque settings.

Friday itinerary begins with two passes of the 1.35km Free Practice (ARC cars only) in Kigali from 15:00hours onwards.

This will be followed by another two passes of Shakedown (pre-registered non-ARC drivers) at 16:08hrs.

The qualifying stage will see the drivers perform another two runs of the same 1.35km stage from 17:08 onwards at the Kigali Convention Centre ,(KCC).

Privilege of choosing starting orders

After qualifying, the top five drivers will savour the privilege to choose their starting orders for action proper on Saturday.

Saturday’s grueling leg will see drivers tackle four stages- Gako (8.3km), Gasenyi (19.80km), Nemba (10.04km) and Ruhuha(24.07km) -which will be repeated to make up a competitive run of 124.42km.

Sunday’s short itinerary has two repeated stages at Kamabuye (27.07km) and Gako 8.40km) which total to a 70.94km competitive run.

The event will revolve around Kigali City and the Eastern province of Rwanda in Bugesera District.

Reconnaissance for the qualifying stage, will be done on foot on Friday morning

 2022 FIA ARC Junior Drivers’ Standings

1Jeremy Wahome (KEN) 54pts

2 Hamza Anwar (KEN) 51pts

3 Mcrae Kimathi(KEN) 49pts

4 Maxine Wahome (KEN) 24pts

5 Rio Smith (KEN) 17pts

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