The 2016 Enduro Championship was brought to a thrilling end at the Nsimbe Estate over the weekend.
Maxime Van Pee was unstoppable enroute becoming the 2016 Enduro champion.
The 23-year-old was victorious in his title quest taking the lead from the start to the end of the challenging 12km Enduro track.
Van Pee won the title with 60points, Kenya’s Nick Dames remained second on 39points in the standings.
“It’s so great to win another title, I am very happy for this championship. Every title I win is a big plus for me,” an excited Van Pee told Kawowo Sports.
Van Pee convincingly edged all his competitors to win all the three Enduro events this year.
“Actually it was tough. I had to push harder. Even the previous event was so challenging but it was for better because now I only get to have competition when I come to Enduro,” said Van Pee.
His maiden Enduro title makes it two titles this year after the Motocross title.
“I had a target of winning at least three titles this year, so far I have two which is another addition to my achievements.”
“Enduro was also a great preparation to my next regional race in December since it helps me to keep fit and also on the stamina,” says Van Pee.
Meanwhile, Julian Viahl finished second over the weekend followed by Asafa Natan and Craig Lentz.
Enduro top three final standings
1. Maxime Van Pee 60pts
2. Nick Dames 39pts
3. Julian Viahl 34pts