Central Motor Club unveils Kaliro Sugar as an official sponsor of the 6th NRC Motor rally.

Central Motor Club unveils Kaliro Sugar as an official sponsor of the 6th NRC Motor rally.
During the press briefing at Alam Group offices in Kampala

Under the regulations of the Federation of Motor Sports Associations of Uganda (FMU), the 2022 Motor Rally organized by Central Motor Club has unveiled Kaliro Sugar as the official rally sponsor dubbed “Kaliro Sugar Rally” which is set to be conducted from 11th-13th November 2022 in the district of Jinja, Iganga, and Bugweri.

This is the 6th round of the National Rally Championship (NRC) series which according to the organizers is the 2nd last in the motorsport rally series 2022 after a successful 5th round in Masaka district.

According to the President of Central motor Club, Shyam Kotecha, the Kaliro Rally says that the rally has been organized with cautious measures to ensure the safety of the drivers and the fan during the 2 days rally.

“We have organized the stage in such a way that one is divided into 2 for the different days for safety reasons for the drivers and fans while accessing the rally,” he said

He applied all the sponsors of the rally including Lao Milk, Shell V Power, Rock Boom, and Trigger among others for their in-kind and funds.

“We thank the sponsors of the rally for their contributions both in-kind and finance, we pledge to give the best from the rally,” he said.

During the press conference held on Tuesday 4th October 2022 pictured above, The Director, Sugar & Allied Industries Limited the producers of Kaliro Sugar, Sami Alam said the company remains committed to sponsoring NCR Motor rallies, he urged the organizers to ensure the safety of the drivers and the fans during the rally.

Hellen Mugisha, The Public Relations Officer, Sugar and Allied Industries while confirming the sponsorship said that Kaliro Sugar brand has injected over UGX 20 Million for the rally.

The Clerk of the Course (COC) Alfred Mutanda assured residents and the motor fans that the rall grounds are protected with most of the stages closed to ensure safety.

“The 2-day rally has a total of 5 sections with stages to reflect simplicity day one is 80% closed while day 2 is closed for safety reasons,” he said.

He said that the entries are now open which he said can be booked from the FMU offices and will be closed on 4th November 2022 to allow competitors to acquire licenses. The federation of Motorsport Clubs of Uganda (FMU) (Motorsport Uganda), is located in Lugogo, Kampala.

Top rally drivers such as HASSAN Alwi, Pionsiano Lwakataka, Ronald Ssebuguzi, Duncan ‘Kikankane’ Mubiru and Jas Mangat are expected to compete