In Summary
  • Ngugi Waweru on Sunday proved untouchable, making it seven victories on the trot when he powered his KTM machine to victory in MX2 category in the penultimate round of the National Motorcross Championships at Jamhuri Park Circuit in Nairobi.
  • Waweru, who stretched his Series lead to an unassailable tally of 400 points after collecting 60 points with a clean run in three stages, relegated Rolf Kihara to second place with 51 points.
  • Maxine Wahome rolled home third for 45 points, with Alex Moi coming in fourth to get 39 points.

Ngugi Waweru on Sunday proved untouchable, making it seven victories on the trot when he powered his KTM machine to victory in MX2 category in the penultimate round of the National Motorcross Championships at Jamhuri Park Circuit in Nairobi.

Waweru, who stretched his Series lead to an unassailable tally of 400 points after collecting 60 points with a clean run in three stages, relegated Rolf Kihara to second place with 51 points. Maxine Wahome rolled home third for 45 points, with Alex Moi coming in fourth to get 39 points.

Kihara moved to second place in the Series with 286 points, with Moi third on 279 points ahead of the final leg due December 10. The final leg will also double up as the regional competition for Kenya and Uganda.

Ethan Nyachae also dominated to claim his seventh consecutive win in the MX 125 category to collect 60 points and stretch his lead to 420 points. Kigen Kiplagat again played second fiddle to Nyachae, collecting 51 points for his tally of 351 to take the championships down to the wire with only nine points separating them.

John Schraer came third for 45 points to stay third in the series but with an improved points tally of 180. Schraer is however out of contention for the category’s top honours.

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