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The first Enduro race is set for 11 February at the Tony Rust race track in Windhoek.
Eight events are planned for the 2012 championship to be held in various parts of the country.
This will be followed by the championship scheduled for 17 March at Farm Lichtenstein in Windhoek. On 14 April, the championship will be held at Farm Omakwara in Witvlei while on 9 June at Aranos. The series picks up speed again on 14 July at Farm Albrechtshöhe in Karibib, 11 August at Uis, 8 September at Tony Rust race track and 20 October at Okahandja.
One of the main sponsors, Bank Windhoek has renewed its commitment to off road motorcycle and quad-bike racing for the 2012 season.
“Bank Windhoek is pleased to be part again of the Enduro sport in 2012. There are many riders in Namibia who have the potential to represent the country across the borders. We trust that this sponsorship will lure international riders to Namibia so that our local riders can enjoy the much needed exposure.” said Nora Ndopu, communication practitioner of stakeholder engagement at Bank Windhoek.
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