The Masinga TT is an annual car event organized by club TT involving three main activities namely; Drags, Drifts and Gymkhana. Previously, the event featured hill climbs. Club TT hosts various events in different parts of the country including Kiambu, Muranga, Nyahururu and Masinga.
This weekend, the Masinga Time Trial (TT) will be going down at the Masinga Dam Resort from 5th to 6th November 2022. The Gymkhana will be on Saturday 5th November. Later in the day, an after-party will be happening at the Masinga Dam Resort.
So far, 44 drivers have registered to participate in the event with more still expected to do so. Out of the 44, five (5) are from Uganda, four (4) from Tanzania with the rest being from Kenya. Tickets for the event are available online on https://www.mtickets.com/buy/masinga-time-trial/1837 or via USSD code *229*55#. Already, flash sale tickets and early bird tickets have been sold out.
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The organizers have reiterated their commitment on safety and request all the attendees to adhere to the safety guidelines set and follow guidelines issued by the safety marshalls on the ground. Attendees are discouraged from drinking and driving. The event is a fun event and noone would wish for it to turn fatal due to careless mistakes such as driving under the influence of alcohol or other intoxicating substance(s). Further, attendees are also advised against racing as they head to the event and even as they leave the event.
Come one, come all out for the biggest auto event yet of 2022. Don’t miss out. As they say in Swahili, ‘Kosa uchekwe!’