There was breathtaking action at the 2017 FIM Africa Central Africa Motocross Championship (CAC) that took course over the Easter weekend at the Motorsports Arena Busiika.
It was a renewal of the Motocross rivalry between Uganda and Kenya as they targeted maximum points for the CAC title but it was Team Uganda took the lead with a dominant performance.
Team captains Maxime Van Pee (Uganda) and Ngugi Waweru (Kenya) had a fierce battle in MX1 but it was the Uganda that came on top.
In the MX2, Kenyan Elias Sherman proved to be too much for Uganda’s Fatuh Kiggundu
It was a battle of Ugandans in the MX50 class as Isabella Blick and Gift Subuguzi went neck to neck.
The battle MX85 Class belonged to Ugandans Stav Orland and Fortune Sentamu
Kenya’s Ethan Nyanchae was un-matched in the MX125 Class sweeping through the heats.
Uganda have an overall lead with 1587 points over Kenya who bagged 532points.
The next CAC round is scheduled for December 8-10 in Nairobi, Kenya.