The Central Africa Motocross Challenge Round Two will happen this week from Friday 6th to Sunday 8th December 2019 in Nairobi, Kenya.
The three day event will be held at Jamhuri Race track where the winners of this year’s Championship will be determined.
The team was flagged off on Wednesday morning by the National Council of Sports Senior Administrative Secretary (Technical) Ivan Mugoowa who remarked that,
“We expect our team to win, we have had enough preparation and we expect to return back home victorious because we are going as defending champions with a lot of experience.
The first round of the Central Africa Motocross Championship was held at Busiika in Uganda this year in August.
Maxime Van Pee who is the captain of team Uganda felt optimistic about returning home victorious ahead of the championship.
“It’s going to be a stiff competition but most of our riders have ever been in Kenya and we know what we shall do to represent our country very well. We are going to fight for the country and pit Uganda on the world map.
Said Van Pee who is Uganda’s only representative in the MX 1
Travelled Motor racists in their categories
Miguel Katende, Ntale Liam, Jonathan Semakula, Zion Wekesa, Mubiru Ramathan, Sekamwa Larry
Gift Sebuguzi, Abigail Mwangala
MX LITE (85)
Omar Waleed, Akaki Milton, Mark Namisano, Esther Kayinza Mwangala, Jeremiah Mawanda
Fortune Semtamu, Ali Omar Yasser, Wazir Omar, Joshua Mwangala, Kylan Wekesa,
Mukiibi Isma, Srkitooleko Shafik
Maxime Van Pee
Juncture George Serugunda