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(From The Nation (Kenya) - AAGM)
Byline: Peter Njenga
A three-man race has emerged with three rounds to go before the fast emerging, high profile KCB Kenya National Rally Championship concludes later in the year.
Mitsubishi driver Azar Anwar is still hanging onto the top position with a 35 points advantage over his brother Asad while Baldev Chager, only 40 points behind, is within striking distance and poised to take the championship to wire like in 1998 season when Azar and Paul Bailey took to one other, toe to toe, until the last event of the season when Anwar stole the thunder.
Anwar, who was the winner of the Nairobi round held in …