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Johnnie Walker GP karting championship

The teams had to complete six laps in a 10-minute circuit

In Summary

• Sam Karangatha of Team Sim-U-Nation topped the races after recording the best time of 1.11.43

The second leg of Johnnie Walker GP Karting Championship which kicked off at TGRV Circuit in Mai Mahiu.
The second leg of Johnnie Walker GP Karting Championship which kicked off at TGRV Circuit in Mai Mahiu.
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The second leg of Johnnie Walker GP Karting championship started this weekend at The Great Rift Valley (TGRV) circuit in Mai Mahiu.

Seventeen teams battled out for the opportunity of a lifetime to watch a live Formula 1 race in Etihad Airways, Abu Dhabi.

 

Sam Karangatha of Team Sim-U-Nation topped the races after recording the best time of 1.11.438. The teams had to complete six laps in a 10-minute circuit tucked in the archipelago of Rift Valley.

Team Bollocks' Samuel Gitau takes the lead
Team Bollocks' Samuel Gitau takes the lead
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Team Corsa Volate Michael Mutethia on the right side of the track
Team Corsa Volate Michael Mutethia on the right side of the track
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Rapper Khaligraph Jones
Rapper Khaligraph Jones
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PR consultant Patrick Githinji and KBL’s head of premium spirit Grace Nshemeire-Gwaku
PR consultant Patrick Githinji and KBL’s head of premium spirit Grace Nshemeire-Gwaku
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KBL brand manager Josephine Katambo awards Team Bollocks' Mudasar Chaudry, one of the championship winners, with the help of shopper manager Njeri Murage
KBL brand manager Josephine Katambo awards Team Bollocks' Mudasar Chaudry, one of the championship winners, with the help of shopper manager Njeri Murage
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