Imran Hakada cleared the ground with all his opponents as the sixth round of the KCB Kenya National Autocross Championship came to a dramatic end at the Rift Valley MotoCross clubhouse racetrack in Solai on Sunday.
Hakada who drove in two classes won the 2WD Turbo Class in the event's fastest overall total of 9.32.555 beating his Izmir Racing teammate Shalien Mughal to second as defending champion Kunal Patel completed the podium dash.
Hakada, a former 2WD Turbo champion, came second in the Open Class behind Kirit Rajut.
Rehan Shah who has skipped quite several race meetings due to pressing commitments clocked a cumulative total time of 9.44.449 minutes to win the 4WD Turbo class.
Rehan beat defending champion Sahib Omar to achieve the feat. Yuvraj Rajput extended his lead on the Bambino log beating Illiyun Mughal and Taevi Soni to another scintillating podium dash.
He savored back to back wins what with victory in the fifth race at Jamhuri Park.
Wayne Fernandez was for the umpteenth time a lone ranger in the quad class winning with a time of 10.57.010 minutes and so was Tsorav Soni in 12.45.402.
Rift Valley Motor and Sports Club organized the event which marked the start of the second half of the Kenya 10 leg series at their Solai Clubhouse.
Solai hosted the prize-giving of KCB KNRC1 Nakuru Rally earlier in the year.