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Muna junior eyes redemption

MUNA Singh jr

CECILIA ZULU, Lusaka
CHAMPION Muna Singh junior is looking forward to an improved performance in tomorrow’s Alliance Motors National Rally Championship second round.
And Pro-Watch has donated K33, 000 worth of trucking and managing system services to be used during the rally.
Speaking at a briefing in Lusaka yesterday, Muna said, is eager to return to the top position.
Muna finished second during the Madmax Auto Spares National Championship first round losing to upcoming driver Miles Monge.
Muna is currently second on the chart with 28 points, eight behind Monge.
“I was recently in Kenya [Safari Rally] not necessarily to compete but to gain experience. And I can confirm that with the experience I gained from there, I am more than ready for the rally.
“It was unfortunate that I lost the first round. But all I can say is that I am back definitely to get my position back and to stay where I belong on the ZMSA national rally,” Muna said.
Monge predicted a tough competition.
“The rally will not be easy especially that the Singh brothers are back because they are my main competitors. It’s going to be hard but I will give them the best shot, I will not be intimidated,” he said.
Vyon Pinto is targeting a top-five finish in the two-day event that has attracted 20 drivers.
The rally revs off with a super special stage at Garden City Mall in Lusaka and will move to Dave Gordon Farm in Chisamba on Sunday.
The rally will cover a total distance of 132 kilometres.

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