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Tundo faces Baldev and Rai challenges in Mombasa rally - 6 months ago, 10 Aug 15:06

By: Abdul Sidi

The Kabras Team of Baldev Chager and Onkar Rai is beaming with confidence as they get ready for the Mombasa Rally that begins at 6.30am on Saturday.

Rai, who is fresh from winning the Chloride Excide Hill Climb race last weekend in his Skoda Fabia, said he was ready to add another win in the 2019 Kenya National Rally Championship following his victory in the opening round of the series earlier in the season.

"It was a good feeling to win the Hill Climb and I raced with confidence. I am looking forward to the Mombasa Rally with the hope of pushing for a win. Obviously Boldy (Baldev Chager) and Flash (Carl Tundo) will do the same so I have to make sure we are quick and clean and I am sure we can compete with them for the win," Rai told Nation Sport.

But he will have to reckon with in-form Carl ...
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