Gwadar Rally: Sahibzada Sultan retains Gwadar Off-Road Rally crown

Karachi, November 02, 2017 (PPI-OT):Demonstrating remarkable skill and speed Sahibzada Sultan Muhammad Ali retained his Prepared Class in title in Gwadar Off-Road Rally here the other day held as part of Pakistan Motor Rally. 33-year-old Jhang-based named Sultan of Motor Racing in Pakistan, clocked 1.14 min and 20 seconds on a 125-KM Track to emerge on the top in 84 racing drivers contest.

Led by over 30 workers of team Team Sultan, driving 4500 CC Toyota Tacomo Sahibzada Sultan showing courage and masterly control over his vehicle reasserted his supremacy on the national racing circuit. Pakistan’s uncrowned King of Motor Racing – Nadir Magsi settled for the second position with 1h14min46 seconds while another leading driver Ronnie Patel of Toyota High Motors Karachi was third with 1h16.12second.

Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, who was the chief guest, distributed the prizes at a glittering closing ceremony. Baluchistan CM Sanaullah Zehri was also present on the occasion. Gwadar Rally was part of Pakistan Motor Rally conducted by Pakistan Army; It started from Pak-China Border in Khunjerab and ended in country’s emerging city Gwadar after passing various cities including Karachi.

“I felt some problems with my suspension when I hit a dune. But kept a good speed on straight run,” Sahibzada Sultan told reporters after finishing the race,” “It was closest competition ever in my career,” he added. Veteran Racing Driver Nadir Magsi declared it as one of the most exciting race as two minutes separates three top position holders which never happened in the circuit before.

“It was really thrilling and exciting finish despite having high blood pressure to me,” Nadir Magsi maintained. Toyota Highway Motors team in fact performed creditably in the Gwadar Rally as besides Ronnie Patel third spot in Prepared Class, his wife Tushna Patel won the ladies title while Talha Mansoor finished third in Stock “A” category. Tushna driving 4000 CC Vigo Highlux covered the distance in 1h46min06sec while Momal Khan was second was second with 2h11m08 sec.

Following are results of different categories:

Prepare Class:

1. Sahibzada Sultan Muhammad Ali 2. Nadir Magsi 3. Ronnie Patel

Category “B”

1. Zain Mehmood 2. Amir Magsi 3. Jam Kamal

Category “C”

1. Zaheer A Shah 2. Zafar Magsi 3. Gohar Sangi

Category “D”

1. Shaheen Iqbal 2. Aminullah 3. Zafar Baloch

Stock Class:

Category “A”

1. Babar Khan 2. Tariq Magsi 3. Mansoor Haleem

Category “B”

1. Mir Hayat Sadiq Zai 2. Malik Manzoor 3. M Younus

Category “C”

1. Amir A Shah 2. Sardar Leghari 3. Nawaz Ali Sabir

Category “D”

1. Sohail Abbas Khurd 2. Mir Liaquat Sherwani 3. Kaleem Khan

For more information, contact:
Manager Customer Relations,
Toyota Highway Motors
8B-B, Scheme-33, Main Super Highway, Karachi, Pakistan
Cell: +92-342-2017052
Tel: +92-21-36880001
Email: irfanzaidi@toyota-highway.com
Website: http://toyota-highway.com/

   

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