Sean Cardovillis

THE VOICE OF SPORTS

Born and raised in Kenya, Sean Cardovillis is perhaps the most well-known sports presenter and media personality in the country.
He has worked long and hard for his recognition, with over 25 years experience with top media house such as KTN and Capital FM in the mid-90's, A long stint in the Seychelles for 7 years from 2006 to 2013, and Nation Media Group from 2014 to 2020.

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On Motorsport 411 with Sean Cardovillis this week

History made in Rally New Zealand!

We find out all about Kalle Rovanpera’s rise to be the youngest-ever World Champion with ‘The Voice Of Rallying’ Colin Clark of DirtFish; and Glen Edmunds, the Kenya coordinator for Toyota Gazoo Racing.

Host: Sean Cardovillis

Producer: Lee Kanyottu (Big City Studio)

On Motorsport 411 with Sean Cardovillis this week

We recap the ARC Rwanda Mountain Gorilla Rally with the podium finishers: Karan Patel, Leroy Gomes and Hamza Anwar. With Patel winning the event, the championship will come to a thrilling conclusion at Gomes’ home event in Zambia in October.

Host: Sean Cardovillis

Producer: Lee Kanyottu (Big City Studio)

On Motorsport 411 with Sean Cardovillis this week:

We speak exclusively to National Rally Raid Championship leader Ross Field, who’s dominated the sport over the last few years with navigator Quentin Savage
We catch up with rally driver Eric Bengi to find out why he’s taken a sabbatical from the sport this year.
Host: Sean Cardovillis
Producer: Lee Kanyottu (Big City Studio)

It’s all about the rise of the Minti Motorsport team!

We speak to Raaji Bharij, who has finally racked up his maiden Kenya National Rally Championship victory, following a brilliant performance in the MMC Bamba Rally, which culminated at the Mwezamoyo School in Kilifi County, Kenya.

Bharij led from start to finish, winning all six stages at stake, clinching victory by a massive 10 minutes and 57 seconds from second placed and new KNRC leader Jasmeet Chana.

We have TWO exclusives!
We speak to new Africa Rally Champion Leroy Gomes about his sensational season with his wife and navigator Urshilla, that culminated in the biggest victory of their careers.

We catch up with drifting superstar Ahmad Daham to find out about his rise in the sport. Daham was in the country recently to film a documentary for Red Bull International, and also to conduct a drifting workshop.
Motorsport 411 also witnessed the crowning of rally driver Karan Patel and gamer Queen Arrow as Red Bull athletes.

Host: Sean Cardovillis

Producer: Lee Kanyottu (Big City Studio

EXCLUSIVE!

We speak to Dakar Rally superstar Ross Branch from Botswana.

The ‘Kalahari Ferrari’ updates us about his preparations for the 2023 event. He also tells us about his career – and his deal with Hero Motorsports, his new bike sponsor.

Host: Sean Cardovillis

Producer: Lee Kanyottu (Big City Studio).

We speak exclusively to Uganda’s star driver Yasin Nasser, who won last weekend”s Guru Nanak Rally in Arusha. Nasser then traveled to the UK this week to receive his brand new Ford Fiesta Rally2 car, which he will use in the Africa Rally Championship next year.

We catch up with the latest news from the penultimate round of the National Rally Championship in Uganda with renowned journalist, rally addict and Head of the FMU Media & PR Commission, Frank Kaheesi.

Host: Sean Cardovillis

Producer: Lee Kanyottu (Big City Studio)

We roundup the second Rallycross exhibition event, which was held in Machakos over the weekend, with co-founders Tim Jessop and Carl Tundo.

We catch up EXCLUSIVELY with South African driver Guy Botterill, who completed a successful season in the National Cross Country Series and National Rally Championship.

Host: Sean Cardovillis

Producer: Lee Kanyottu (Big City Studio)

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