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Roll Master plots to overtake Super Lady

By Vision Reporter

Added 24th March 2011 03:00 AM

REELING from defeat to Susan ‘Super Lady’ Muwonge in the Mbarara Rally last month, old guard Wycliff Bukenya went route reccing for this weekend’s UMOSPOC Challenge rally ‘singing’ Revenge.

REELING from defeat to Susan ‘Super Lady’ Muwonge in the Mbarara Rally last month, old guard Wycliff Bukenya went route reccing for this weekend’s UMOSPOC Challenge rally ‘singing’ Revenge.

By Douglas Mazune

REELING from defeat to Susan ‘Super Lady’ Muwonge in the Mbarara Rally last month, old guard Wycliff Bukenya went route reccing for this weekend’s UMOSPOC Challenge rally ‘singing’ Revenge.

The 57-year-old braggy Bukenya (Mitsubishi Evo9) who will be flagged off second to Muwonge has vowed to salvage his dented ego by overtaking her on road.

“The order of start gives me an opportunity to embarrass her. She can’t beat me again. I will overtake her in the 60-km section. She won’t escape my attack in that long section. Her days of glory have ended,” Bukenya said while route reccing in the company of Ponsiano Lwakataka in Masaka yesterday.

Bukenya, also called Roll master for his behind the wheel antics, claimed he was reluctant to outpace Muwonge in Mbarara.

“With champions like Lwakataka, Ronald Ssebuguzi and Nasser Mutebi in the race, it is a serious contest that will bring the best out of me,” Bukenya argued.

Former national champion Ahmed Ashraf (Subaru N6) will hit the road third followed by Edson Munghereza.

Mutebi (Subaru N10), Ssebuguzi (Mitsubishi Evo9) and Lwakataka (Subaru N8), who are usually quicker in the top four, will chase from the fifth, sixth and seventh positions respectively. The trio is yet to score championship points on which the starting order was based.

The second round of the National Rally Championship which has attracted 33 crews will start with a super special stage in Masaka tomorrow.

The second leg on Sunday will traverse Masaka, Bukomansimbi and Rwengo districts.

Meanwhile, Ssebuguzi will be navigated by Justin Mungoma after his co-driver Cedric Buzabo could not make it for the race due to work commitments in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Roll Master plots to overtake Super Lady

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