fascinating turn of events at the Force Gurkha RFC 2016, Gurmeet Virdi and
co-driver Kirpal Singh Tung of Gerrari Ofroaders managed to maintain their top
spot despite stiff competition on Day 3 as well. Virdi closed the day with a
total of 1472 points followed closely by both Malaysian drivers Merwyn Lim and
Tan Eng Joo of Force Motors who were just 12 points behind Virdi and Singh and
were tied with a total of 1460 points.
and co-driver Gagan Sachdeva, driving the third Force Gurkha vehicle of Force
Motors managed to secure fourth position after a relentless effort on the dirt.
Waraich crossed Abhinav Nukala and co-driver Laxmikanth Thota of the CORAC team
and Bijender Singh and co-driver Gajender Singh of NIOC team from Delhi. While
Nukala maintained his position as fifth on the points table Singh dropped down
two spots to number six.
stages were held in Cavorem, South Goa where contestants were put to the test
in near jungle like environments. Each SS was designed to test driver skill and
wit along with vehicle capability in multiple ways. The Predator SS saw broken
transmissions, steering rods, roll overs and recoveries with tasks getting more
challenging and participants looking forward to the Terminator Special Stages
on Day 4.
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