Kenya riders Shivam Vinayak (MX1), Tutu Maina(mx2) and Apollo Mbuki(MX125) dominated individual classes as the third and last round on FIM Central Africa motocross series ended at Jamuhuri park in Nairobi on 8th and 9th December 2012.Kenya’s top vinayak was all  smiles after been declared the regional  and national MXI champion MXI.

Kenyans won round three action 1427 points against Uganda’s 1109 but the visitors clung to the regional team trophy by virtue of winning the first and second rounds held in Kampala earlier in the year.
On the final year standings, Uganda won the series with cumulative 4,644 points followed by Kenya 2,813 and Tanzania 363.19 year old top rider Maxime van Pee, who has pushed Vinayak  in MXI this season said ;’’I did not ride so well today. This is my sixth year in racing and the fifth at Jamuhuri park and it feels good’’.
MX 50
1.    S.Emanuel(UG)75
2.    Ben Nsumba (UG)59
3.    Ethan Nyachae (KEN)57
MX 85
1.    Samir Anwar(KEN)75
2.    G. Mungai(KEN)65
3.    Rohan Ghandhi (KEN)60
MX 65
1.    Ali Omar (UG)65
2.    Elias Sherman (UG)57
3.    Alestair A. Blick (UG)55
MX 2
1.    Tutu Maina (KEN)75
2.    Samir Sherman (KEN) 61
3.    M.Sekubomba (UG) 61

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