Round two of the Enduro championship went down on Sunday with riders fighting for better positions at the Nsimbe Estate, Mpigi.
The MX1 champion Maxime Van Pee extended his winning ways to Enduro following a win on Sunday.
The never-say-die spirit was often exhibited in Maxime’s race as he kept upright maintaining the pace for three hours.
Van Pee now leads with 14points a head of Arthur Blick Jnr who settled in second position.
The second Enduro victory enlightened Van Pee’s hopes of achieving his dream of securing four championships this year.
“It was a tough challenge but am glad i won, i want to end this year with four championship, the MX1, Enduro, FIM, and Africa MX championship” he asserted.
In third place was Abdul Damba and Anwar Kabite in fourth.
On the same day, the second round of 4×4 track championship took place with Vincent Achali and Sean Oseru having their first wins on their first attempt.
The pair shuffled through the challenging terrain in a land rover registering the fastest times.
Defending champion John Bosco Nkumbi navigated by Abdul Mugerwa could only settled for second place.
George Senkatuka and Timothy Kibirige come third while Micheal Wasswa and Bukenya Malik in fourth.
Round one winner Joseph Sematimba and Mukasa Kijambo were sixth.