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Expect no mercy –Maxime tells Kenya

By Johnson Were
Easter Sunday in Busiika
FIM Central Africa Motocross Championship
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National motocross team captain Maxime van pee has promised Kenya agood beating in the first round of the FIM Central Africa Motocross Championship (FIM CAC) on Easter Sunday in Busiika Luwero district.

Maxime said that despite Kenya bring a small number of riders; Uganda will field its strongest team as the event will be good trials for Uganda ahead of the FIM Africa Nations motocross championship in Zimbabwe.

“They should not expect any mercy from us. We are fielding our strongest side and want to win all the podiums in all categories,” Maxime added.

Maxime Van Pee cannot wait to unleash his new machine against the Kenyans on Sunday

“I heard they are bringing a small number of riders, but they should expect ant mercy from us,” maxime said.

Maxime will lead the MX1 class, Aviv Orland, Wazir Omar and Fortune Ssentamu will lead team Uganda in the MX125cc class, while Africa champion Stav Orland will lead team Uganda in the 85cc class that include Amos Wekesa, Waleed Omar, Akena Obote, Akaki Obote and others.
Alon Orland, Gift Ssebuguzi, Kriedah Nsubuga, Isabella Blick and Shamira Kateete will form team Uganda 65cc class while William Blick, Miguel Katende, Ramathan Mubiru will lead team Uganda in the 65cc class.

The event is co-sponsored by Mountain Dew, vision group under the Urban tv brand, Molecules solutions and Uganda Motocross Arena Busiika.
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[source: https://kampalasun.co.ug/2019/04/17/expect-no-mercy-maxime-tells-kenya/]

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