By Johnson Were
Garuga Racing Track on Sunday July 20th
4th round motocross championship
Maxime van Pee 237pts.
Arthur Blick Jnr 201pts.
Talha Kiggundu 166pts.
Fatuh Kiggundu 222 pts.
Ham Kamstra 175pts.
Michael Ntayiro 167pts.
Ali Omar 215pts.
Alistair Blick 207pts.
Wazir Omar 170pts.
Ben Nsumba 198pts
Joshua Mwangala 180pts
Waleed Omar 173pts
Habibu Kiggundu 206pts.
Esther Mwangala 190pts.
Imran Nkurunziza 152pts
Despite fasting, MX2 national champion Fatuh Kiggundu has dared contender Jojo Wilson as they battle in the fourth round of the Nomi motocross champion on July 20th at Garuga racing track.
Fatuh's manager Major Muhammad Kiggundu stated that his aware that Jojo has improved having won the previous event at Garuga, but Fatuh is just waiting for a challenger.
“Fatuh Knows that Jojo has improved and wants to spoil our plans of retaining the M2 title but we are ready.I told Fatuh to play more football and basketball to keep his fitness in Ramathan (Moslem holy month) since he will not have enough training sessions,” Kiggundu stated.
Fatuh will also be battling his uncle Ahmed Tamale that acquired a new Honda 125cc bike and would like to reclaim his fallen glory in the race he has ever dominated.
Blick Renew, Asaf Natan renew rivalry
After Maxime proving that he is the fastest rider in Uganda, 10 times national motocross champion Arthur Blick Jnr and Asaf Natan will renew their rivalry for the second position as Maxime Van Pee battles his German trainer Jurgen Cooper.
Maxime Van Pee Powers his KTM 450cc bike during the third round of the National Motocross championship at Garuga. He returns on Sunday to battle his German Trainer Jurgen Cooper. PHOTO: Johnson Were
Arthur Blick Jr told the New Vision that the event will be tough and tight for riders in all categories since it will also act as the selection of the national team for regional and continental championships next month in Kenya and Zambia.
“There is no doubt Maxime is the fastest rider in the country but he will have to prove that he is better than his trainer Jurgen Cooper who will be the guest rider on Sunday,” Blick stated.
“Beating Cooper will boost team Uganda morale ahead of the FIM-Africa Central Africa Motocross championship and the FIM Africa Championship in Kenya and Zambia respectively.
Maxime will use this event to gauge his strength as he waits to take Kenya’s Tutu Maina, Ivan Guya and Shivam Vinayak in the regional championship.
The event is co-sponsored by Mukwano Group of Companies, TOTAL Uganda, Vision Group Business Unit of Xfm, Urban Tv, New Vision, IAA Health Care, Safe Solutions and Fotogenix.