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'Double fight for Blick at Garuga'

By Johnson Were

Added 30th June 2018 05:12 PM

Arthur Blick jr. face a tough test as he aims to finish in the top positions to keep his quest for the eleventh motocross title.

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Arthur Blick jr. face a tough test as he aims to finish in the top positions to keep his quest for the eleventh motocross title.

MOTOR SPORT


Mountain Dew National Motocross Championship

12pm- 5pm

Sunday July 1, Garuga 8am -1pm

FMU sprint Championship

Motocross top three in each class 


MX50cc Junior

1. Pascal Kasozi 157

2. Ashraf Mbabazi 142

3. Ramathan Mubiru 142

MX50 cc

1. Gift Ssebuguzi 180

2. Mubarak Ssenoga 139

3. William Blick Jr 135

MX65cc

1. Alon Orland 180

2. Jeremiah Mawanda 131

3. Milton Akaki 130

MX85cc

1. Fortune Ssentamu 171

2. Waleed Omar 125

3. Joshua Mwangala 120

MX125cc

1. Ali Omar 160

2. Alestair Blick 156

3. Paddy Blick 131

MX2cc

1. Isma Mukiibi 152

2. Fatuh Kiggundu 94

3. Rinaldo Milleti 54

MX1cc

1. Arthur Blick Jr.152

2. Olivier Van Pee 117

3. Kabiito Anwar 86



MX VETS

1. Pieter Pelser 152

2. Ashraf Mbabazi 137

3. Barak Orland 114

 

ENTEBBE - All roads lead to Garuga this Sunday, July 1.

Motorsport fans will be out to enjoy the fourth round of the Mountain Dew National Motocross Championship and the FMU national Sprint expecting nothing but Value for their Money.

 Arthur Blick Jr at Garuga testing his Mitsubishi Evo10.(Credit: Johnson Were)


Indeed, there is plenty on the menu that guarantee fans maximum satisfaction at the end of the day.

However, as the fans enjoy the event the pressure is mounted on the competitors as they all target top positions to maintain themselves on the table standings.

Arthur Blick jr. face a tough test as he aims to finish in the top positions to keep his quest for the eleventh motocross title.

He will also face a tough challenge in the rally sprint as his brother in Law, Omar Mayanja navigated by Hussein Mukuye will be out win the sprint.

Leading the MX1 class with 152points, 102 ahead of defending champion Maxime Van pee, Blick looks forward to win the event or atworst finish third to keep the gap wide.

 “I’am ready. I know Maxime and Asaf will be out strong to for a win but am ready for them,” Blick said.

However the pressure is not only on Blick but also his sons Alestair and Paddy Blick in the MX125cc class.

Trailing four points behind leader Ali Omar Yasser (160points) popularly known as bobo, Alestair Blick will be out to recover them, but he will have to double his efforts, because bobo is not ready for a defeat.

Garuga has always been Alestair’s favourite, but this time Bobo is ready for the fight and what a win.

Sharifah Katete in action during the previous event in Busiika. (Credit: Johnson Were)


Rally Sprint On

Besides Blick battling Omar Mayanja, the battle for the two wheel drive challenge is on, as Timothy Gawaya is out to get maximum points but will face tough challenge from Edwin Kalule and Gilberto Balodemu.

The event that will run alongside the national rally sprint championship will be telecasted live on Urban tv channels 288 on DSTV, Startimes-130), GoTV-375, DSTV 288, and Zuku-38.

Mountain Dew, Vision Group under the Urban Tv brand, Safe Solutions, Shell Advance Oil and Lato Milk are co-sponsors of the event.


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