Thursday, 11 October 2012

Upsets expected on Sunday`s Motorcross action at Jamhuri Park

By Fred Maingi
 The  final round of the Kenya National Motocross Championship gets underway on sunday  at the sloppy Jamhuri Park ground in Nairobi where alot of upsets  is  anticipated to crown the day's  action.
    Spectators will watch riders tackling tricky conditions with jumps and corners set to give spectators some exhilarating displays.
The highlight  will be the tussle for the title in the MX 1 class which is led by high flying Shivam Vinayak. He has a narrow 29 point lead from hard charging Loius Dirnboeck as a result of skipping the last event at Solai track in Nakuru.
     The determination of the children contesting the MX 50 and MX 65 classes always produces close fought action.
Jesse Waithaka, Ethan Nyachae and Dekker Kihara are the riders to watch in the MX 50 class and Rolf Kihara is set to take the MX 65 class Championship for this year.
Signing on and scrutineering runs from 08:00 am to 08:30 am. Riders Briefing is from 09:30 am to 09:45 am.
Practice starts at 09:45 AM through to 11:00 AM. Posting of results is from 16:30 PM. Prize giving and Announcements will be done at 17:00 PM.

1. Jesse Waithaka 321
2. Dekker Kihara 296
3. Dylan Mutahi 248
1. Rolf KIhara 340
2. Elias Sherman 280
3. Mohammed Anwar 238
Samir Anwar 333
Walter Kuria 281
Githuku Mungai 254
1. Apollo Mbuki 280
2. Masalule Kituyi 270
3. Githuku Mungai 255
1. Tutu Maina 294
2. Ivan Guya 227
3. Eugene Maina 86
1. Shivam Vinayak 291
2. Louis Dirnboeck 262
3. Moses Mugo 176

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