• In winning the Rift Valley Motor Sport Club (RVMSC) round, Chager completed back-to-back Nakuru titles after his victory in Nyahururu last year.
•Carl Tundo who didn’t win a stage in the eight section event exited with a broken left rear arm.
Rising star Tejveer Rai is excited by his performance after finishing second at the KCB Nakuru Rally over the weekend.
Tejveer and his brother, Onkar Rai, completed the podium dash behind winner Baldev Chager in a Kabras Sugar Racing 1-2-3 finish.
“It was a great feeling to get back to the car after a long lay off due to the coronavirus pandemic. I hope we can keep on pushing a bit more,” Tejveer said.
Chager was all smiles, saying: “It’s the first time in 10 years that we have racked up a clean sweep as a team. We are really proud of it. It’s quite a good feeling. We are looking forward to improving on our performance in the next event in Machakos County.”
Driving a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 10 and navigated by Ravi Soni, Chager also gained three bonus Championship points by winning the power stage which was a repeat run of the Soysambu (CS7).
He clicked 1:29.36 hours to beat Tejveer by 1.38 minutes.
In winning the Rift Valley Motor Sport Club (RVMSC) round, Chager completed back-to-back Nakuru titles after his victory in Nyahururu last year.
Nyahururu Rally was the last event before Covid-19 restrictions saw the season cancelled.
Chager won five out of seven stages to take an early lead on the KCB Kenya National Rally Championship KNRC) log.
The technical route saw several drivers fail to finish the season opener.
Carl Tundo who didn’t win a stage in the eight section event exited with a broken left rear arm.
Isaa Amwari of Keihin Racing also retired with a broken arm. Piero Canobbiui from Kilifi suffered power steering gremlins while Aakif Virani suffered fuel pump problems.
Other casualties were Daren Miranda, Ghalib Haji from Eldoret, Ugandan rising star Hussein Malik, who had to contend with punctures which saw him time-barred in the long run.