Yanger Lushang/Maken Lepden and Bento Swu/Bovito Kiho claimed the runners-up position while Ikweithing (Justin)/Kenrak Thou and Irietui/Elu finished third in the 1.5 kilometre course that comprised six gruelling challenges and obstacles.
Each team comprises two cars, manned by a driver and a co-driver, to help each other tackle the various obstacles together.
Abemo Yanthan was adjudged the best spotter while Aviu Rutsa added another feather to his cap by winning the best off-road rig as well.
The rally coincides with the famous Hornbill Festival of Nagaland, a seven-day extravaganza of cultural performances, ethnic food courts, handlooms and handicrafts bazaars, film and art festivals, fashion shows and a national rock contest.
The rally concludes with the World War 2 Peace Rally, that pays homage to the martyrs of the Battle of Kohima.
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