Ian Duncan returned to the top of theKenya National Rally Championship series standings on 72 points despite limping to last service at Champagne Park on three wheels during the Fly540 Rally in Kajiado over the weekend.

Multiple Rally Team driver Manvir Baryan also edged closer to the summit after placing second on s8 points following his weekend victory.
Fourth overall after a rough and tough day wasn’t that bad for ‘Old boy’ Duncan who is now four points ahead of Manvir.
Duncan led the KNRC after Safari Rally and is back on top of things after Tapio ‘Flyin Finn’ Laukkanen stumbled in the Kajiado rockery.
Tapio (multiple punctures) and Carl Tundo (oil pump problems) are still top contenders despite failing to master the demanding terrain which started off from the famous Corner Baridi after a ceremonial start in Nairobi and ended at Champagne Park in Kipeto in awesome fashion.
After the win, Manvir promised to push a lot more in the second half of the season which starts in Nanyuki next month.
Manvir won the season opening Mombasa Rally but lost the lead to Duncan and Tapio as the first half of the season progressed.


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