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Joginder Singh
Lolest!
#1 Posted : Sunday, October 20, 2013 9:49:07 PM
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Is dead. At 81
Laughing out loudly smile Applause d'oh! Sad Drool Liar Shame on you Pray
Gordon Gekko
#2 Posted : Sunday, October 20, 2013 10:04:12 PM
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Grew up on his diet. RIP. What happened to Lofty Drews? And Prem/Pauru Choda? Peter Shiyuka?
mawinder
#3 Posted : Sunday, October 20, 2013 10:06:33 PM
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Gordon Gekko wrote:
Grew up on his diet. RIP. What happened to Lofty Drews? And Prem/Pauru Choda? Peter Shiyuka?

Peter Shiyuka died also.
mawinder
#4 Posted : Sunday, October 20, 2013 10:28:33 PM
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mawinder wrote:
[quote=Gordon Gekko]Grew up on his diet. RIP. What happened to Lofty Drews? And Prem/Pauru Choda? Peter Shiyuka?

Peter Shiyuka died also,you must be old to know such people.
Angelica _ann
#5 Posted : Monday, October 21, 2013 1:04:05 AM
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Good old safari rally that made Easter what it was; Nostalgic.
In the business world, everyone is paid in two coins - cash and experience. Take the experience first; the cash will come later - H Geneen
Njung'e
#6 Posted : Monday, October 21, 2013 3:32:40 AM
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Gordon Gekko wrote:
Grew up on his diet. RIP. What happened to Lofty Drews? And Prem/Pauru Choda? Peter Shiyuka?


Munari Sandro and Lofty Drews and of course there was Shiyukah's co-driver,the then RV roads engineer and millionaire businessman Kim Gatende.....Maybe i'll ever remember Joginder for his courage to take the rally with a DT Dobie Merc 280 alongside Vic Preston Junior in the late 70's.A rarity in rally shows then except from experienced rally drivers from Europe such as Bjorn Waldegard and Hannu Mikolla,who preffered the much more powerful Merc 450......RIP
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Coolio
#7 Posted : Monday, October 21, 2013 6:24:50 AM
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Reminds me of a pet dog i named after him!
Nadondosha meli kubwa seuze ngalawa!
Siringi
#8 Posted : Monday, October 21, 2013 7:06:53 AM
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kaka2za
#9 Posted : Sunday, April 05, 2020 2:24:59 PM
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This used to be the time when we would line the roads and wait for Safari rally cars to zoom past.
There were two Kenyans, Peter Mukundi and Njathi who would keep us waiting more than 2hrs after the 1st car had zoomed off.
Actually, the Winners would be splashing champagne at KICC as we waited for the duo.
Queen
#10 Posted : Sunday, April 05, 2020 2:56:33 PM
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kaka2za wrote:
This used to be the time when we would line the roads and wait for Safari rally cars to zoom past.
There were two Kenyans, Peter Mukundi and Njathi who would keep us waiting more than 2hrs after the 1st car had zoomed off.
Actually, the Winners would be splashing champagne at KICC as we waited for the duo.


One poorly kept secret was that Jonathan Moi was always described as a "renowned rally driver" yet nobody would tell you that he never completed any race. Always retiring long before the final leg.
Bigchick
#11 Posted : Sunday, April 05, 2020 3:11:28 PM
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Queen wrote:
kaka2za wrote:
This used to be the time when we would line the roads and wait for Safari rally cars to zoom past.
There were two Kenyans, Peter Mukundi and Njathi who would keep us waiting more than 2hrs after the 1st car had zoomed off.
Actually, the Winners would be splashing champagne at KICC as we waited for the duo.


One poorly kept secret was that Jonathan Moi was always described as a "renowned rally driver" yet nobody would tell you that he never completed any race. Always retiring long before the final leg.


But he was a Renowned Rally Driver.Wining and Finishing was a different story all together.Lets celebrate our own.

Him and others made the rally.We had something to look foward to.
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kaka2za
#12 Posted : Sunday, April 05, 2020 3:53:40 PM
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Queen wrote:
kaka2za wrote:
This used to be the time when we would line the roads and wait for Safari rally cars to zoom past.
There were two Kenyans, Peter Mukundi and Njathi who would keep us waiting more than 2hrs after the 1st car had zoomed off.
Actually, the Winners would be splashing champagne at KICC as we waited for the duo.


One poorly kept secret was that Jonathan Moi was always described as a "renowned rally driver" yet nobody would tell you that he never completed any race. Always retiring long before the final leg.



Wacha fitina! His retirement rate was about 40% Link
Queen
#13 Posted : Monday, April 06, 2020 3:51:11 PM
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kaka2za wrote:
Queen wrote:
kaka2za wrote:
This used to be the time when we would line the roads and wait for Safari rally cars to zoom past.
There were two Kenyans, Peter Mukundi and Njathi who would keep us waiting more than 2hrs after the 1st car had zoomed off.
Actually, the Winners would be splashing champagne at KICC as we waited for the duo.


One poorly kept secret was that Jonathan Moi was always described as a "renowned rally driver" yet nobody would tell you that he never completed any race. Always retiring long before the final leg.



Wacha fitina! His retirement rate was about 40% Link


That link gives false stats. Ati ONE VICTORY.... from where?
kaka2za
#14 Posted : Monday, April 06, 2020 9:39:21 PM
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Queen wrote:
kaka2za wrote:
Queen wrote:
kaka2za wrote:
This used to be the time when we would line the roads and wait for Safari rally cars to zoom past.
There were two Kenyans, Peter Mukundi and Njathi who would keep us waiting more than 2hrs after the 1st car had zoomed off.
Actually, the Winners would be splashing champagne at KICC as we waited for the duo.


One poorly kept secret was that Jonathan Moi was always described as a "renowned rally driver" yet nobody would tell you that he never completed any race. Always retiring long before the final leg.



Wacha fitina! His retirement rate was about 40% Link


That link gives false stats. Ati ONE VICTORY.... from where?


Caltex Rally
Kuenda Ngong na kurudi!smile
Queen
#15 Posted : Tuesday, April 07, 2020 12:34:08 PM
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kaka2za wrote:
Queen wrote:
kaka2za wrote:
Queen wrote:
kaka2za wrote:
This used to be the time when we would line the roads and wait for Safari rally cars to zoom past.
There were two Kenyans, Peter Mukundi and Njathi who would keep us waiting more than 2hrs after the 1st car had zoomed off.
Actually, the Winners would be splashing champagne at KICC as we waited for the duo.


One poorly kept secret was that Jonathan Moi was always described as a "renowned rally driver" yet nobody would tell you that he never completed any race. Always retiring long before the final leg.



Wacha fitina! His retirement rate was about 40% Link


That link gives false stats. Ati ONE VICTORY.... from where?


Caltex Rally
Kuenda Ngong na kurudi!smile


Ooooh I see. Thought we were discussing Safari Rally. Now I know!
radiomast
#16 Posted : Tuesday, April 07, 2020 4:06:21 PM
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kaka2za wrote:
This used to be the time when we would line the roads and wait for Safari rally cars to zoom past.
There were two Kenyans, Peter Mukundi and Njathi who would keep us waiting more than 2hrs after the 1st car had zoomed off.
Actually, the Winners would be splashing champagne at KICC as we waited for the duo.



I'm not sure Mukundi ever made it to the finish. Patrick Njiru was the main hope of Kenyans. I remember the 1st time he actually finished the rally. It was a huge deal. Indigenous Kenyans rarely finished the rally.

On the other hand we could claim Shekhar Mehta and be happy that he left Uganda to come and represent us smile smile
gk
#17 Posted : Tuesday, April 07, 2020 7:27:18 PM
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radiomast wrote:
kaka2za wrote:
This used to be the time when we would line the roads and wait for Safari rally cars to zoom past.
There were two Kenyans, Peter Mukundi and Njathi who would keep us waiting more than 2hrs after the 1st car had zoomed off.
Actually, the Winners would be splashing champagne at KICC as we waited for the duo.



I'm not sure Mukundi ever made it to the finish. Patrick Njiru was the main hope of Kenyans. I remember the 1st time he actually finished the rally. It was a huge deal. Indigenous Kenyans rarely finished the rally.

On the other hand we could claim Shekhar Mehta and be happy that he left Uganda to come and represent us smile smile



Mukundi was the pickup guy?
There were other "Kenyans" though...
David Anunda
Mike Kirkland
Vic Preston Jr
Ian Duncan & Ian Munro

kaka2za
#18 Posted : Tuesday, April 07, 2020 8:26:10 PM
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gk wrote:
radiomast wrote:
kaka2za wrote:
This used to be the time when we would line the roads and wait for Safari rally cars to zoom past.
There were two Kenyans, Peter Mukundi and Njathi who would keep us waiting more than 2hrs after the 1st car had zoomed off.
Actually, the Winners would be splashing champagne at KICC as we waited for the duo.



I'm not sure Mukundi ever made it to the finish. Patrick Njiru was the main hope of Kenyans. I remember the 1st time he actually finished the rally. It was a huge deal. Indigenous Kenyans rarely finished the rally.

On the other hand we could claim Shekhar Mehta and be happy that he left Uganda to come and represent us smile smile



Mukundi was the pickup guy?
There were other "Kenyans" though...
David Anunda
Mike Kirkland
Vic Preston Jr
Ian Duncan & Ian Munro



Yes Mukundi was the pick up guy. David Anunda came much later and back in the village we never recognised the Asians and Wazungus as 'Kenyans'
Lolest!
#19 Posted : Wednesday, April 08, 2020 8:28:27 AM
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Joined: 3/18/2011
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gk wrote:
radiomast wrote:
kaka2za wrote:
This used to be the time when we would line the roads and wait for Safari rally cars to zoom past.
There were two Kenyans, Peter Mukundi and Njathi who would keep us waiting more than 2hrs after the 1st car had zoomed off.
Actually, the Winners would be splashing champagne at KICC as we waited for the duo.



I'm not sure Mukundi ever made it to the finish. Patrick Njiru was the main hope of Kenyans. I remember the 1st time he actually finished the rally. It was a huge deal. Indigenous Kenyans rarely finished the rally.

On the other hand we could claim Shekhar Mehta and be happy that he left Uganda to come and represent us smile smile



Mukundi was the pickup guy?
There were other "Kenyans" though...
David Anunda
Mike Kirkland
Vic Preston Jr
Ian Duncan & Ian Munro


Phinehas Kimathi
Gregory Kibiti
Azar Anwar
Laughing out loudly smile Applause d'oh! Sad Drool Liar Shame on you Pray
radiomast
#20 Posted : Wednesday, April 08, 2020 5:19:02 PM
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Thuku finished the rally in 1971. It took 16 years before another indigenous Kenyan finished. That was Njiru
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