Zameer Verjee hopes to maintain his campaign in search of the Two Wheel Drive Non Turbo title at Jamhuri racetrack at the forthcoming KCB KMSC National Autocross 5 race.
The Studio A-Z driver registered his third win of the season at same venue bolstering his chances of a maiden career championship.
The Nairobi based Rage Buggy driver is looking to improve his tally at halfway stage.
And Zameer is excited about the 2WT challenge; “I can’t wait to get into the Rage and out onto a track again.
“Last season was a huge learning curve as it was my first time in the Rage towards the end of the season when I moved on from 2WDT, but I know this year will be just as challenging racing with the opponents
I am excited about Jamhuri Park, and hopefully we can enjoy another fast and technical race.”
Zameer has had his first buggy, an Attacker 1, which his dad has been competing on.
” The season has been good. I have won all the races apart from one. As such there are no teething issues as we have come to grips with the car. I haven’t spent much time practising due to pressing work commitments, however, I am about 80 percent in control of the car.
When asked about the condition of the Rage, Zameer went on: “It’s going to look great and most importantly be great to drive.
“The team knows how to put a car together, and I couldn’t ask for a better group of people to work with throughout the season.
“I have to say a huge thank you to my sponsors Studio A-Z, for enabling me to race this season.
Zameer is leading the Two Wheel drive Turbo class by 13points ahead of Sahir ” Sarry” Mughal who hopes he can manage to close the gap in the upcoming round. The. 2WDNT also has Sameer Nanji and Rajveer Thethy.