Now that the Sikh Union Autocross Championship 3 meeting has become part of motor sport history, the spotlight now turns to the Kenya National Enduro Championship round 2 to be organised by East African Motor Sports Club (EAMSC) in Ngong Hills this weekend.
The event is expected to feature battle-hardened riders in the country including three times Open Class Motocross Champion Anthony Nielsen, the 2012 Motor personality of the year and champion Shivam Vinayak as well as Allan De Boer who currently leads the 6-leg championship with 20 points.
De Boer won the season-opening event in Kedong eclipsing Mark Glen and Nielsen to the podium dash.
Glen is patched on the second position with 17 points two clear of Nielsen.
Shivam lies fourth in the Enduro Championship with 15 followed by legendary Ian Duncan on 13.
The event's programme starts on Saturday with Signing on and Scrutineering at 13:30hours. Practice shall take place thereafter between 14:00 and 16:00hours on Saturday.
On Sunday at exactly 10:30hours, there will be a riders briefing that will pave way for action from 13:00hours onwards.
According to the event's Additional Supplementary Regulations (ASRs), practice will be strictly run from 14:00 to 16:00hours only. Competitors will be required to register out on practice, and back in from practice. No rider will be allowed out after 16:00.
This Enduro will be run in compliance with the National Competition Rules and Regulations of The Kenya Motor Sports Limited Motorcycle Commission.
The event is to be held in Ngong Forest on an approximately 15 Km route to be repeated (subject to confirmation at practice).
Juniors may be allowed on some courses upon request to the Clerk of the Course, but only if accompanied by a responsible adult.
ENDURO STANDINGS AS AT RD1- KEDONG
1. Allan De Boer 20
2. Mark Glen 17
3. Anthony Nielsen 15
4. Shivam Vinayak 13
5. Ian Duncan 11
6. David Lawrence Brown 10
7. Sean Wilcock 9
8. Robbie Calder 8
9. Tutu Maina 7
10. Salim Walimohammed 6