Malaysian Rally Championship (MRC) 2010 season concluded at Chuping, Perlis with Karamjit Singh securing his 2nd win of the season. But the grand prize belongs to Rafiq Udhaya as he was crowned the Overall Champion for the 1st time in his career after finishing the 4th round of the championship in 3rd spot behind Karamjit and his teammate Gunaseelan Rajoo.
MRU Motorsports’s Rafiq Udhaya came back from a poor start to clinch his 2nd win of the season on day 2 of Malaysian Rally Championship (MRC) round 3 at Lake Kenyir, Terengganu.
Karamjit Singh of GSR Pennzoil Racing Team takes the early initiatives at Lake Kenyir, storming through the mud, dirt and torrential rain to lead day 1 of Malaysian Rally Championship (MRC) round 3.
Malaysian Rally championship (MRC) round 3 at Lake Kenyir concluded with MRU Motorsports made it a 1-2-3 finish, with the team’s top driver Rafiq Udhaya grabbed the win to strengthen his grip for the championship with one more round to go.
Opening day of the Malaysia Rally Championship (MRC) Round 3 gets underway with 2 tarmac super special stages at the skirts of Lake Kenyir in the region of Terengganu. GSR Pennzoil Racing’s driver Katsu Taguchi finished both stages on top of the timesheet, ahead of multiple champion Karamjit Singh and Lohitt Urs of India.
After two days of rallying and 12 stages being contested, Karamjit Singh emerged as the champion of the Malaysian Rally Championship (MRC) Round 2 at Bandar Seri Jempol, Negeri Sembilan.
In the tight and narrow paths of the rubber estate, almost all drivers cautiously raced through it, especially when approaching a jump. Except for one man, and that one man is none other than Malaysia’s legendary rally driver, Karamjit Singh.