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The 2018 edition of Motorsport championship came and went.

The event will remain in the memories of the participants and spectators of the car racing championship for so long.

The one-week auto-Fiesta included events in 4 categories of races.

The RoadX E30 Series. The RoadX Championship Final. The RoadX Race Series is a team-based BMW E30 / Mercedes Benz 190 car series.

The Bikers Trophy – In this category, 600cc super bikes were presented.

The Bikers Trophy – this category is for the 1.000ccm Powerbikes.

The Super Cars category offers races by Super Cars.

Some of the motorsport teams that participated in the event are 24-7 Racing, Rage Motorsport, African elephant, Teamwork & Games, Fast Lane Motorsports, Dark matter races, BKG Racing, Race in the open air, Inferno Racing, Gas-neck race, 4va Racing, Ikenga Racing , amongst other things.

The training started on Wednesday, November 21, and the main race took place on Saturday, November 24.

For the grand finale, the event started at 11 clock with the RoadX E30 race. It ended at midnight with an awards ceremony and an after-party.

The winners in the different categories are:

Day 5 of the RoadX Race Podium.

  1. Jack Affara – ThrottleHeads Racing
  2. Robson Omatseye – Fastlane Motorsport
  3. Babatunde Ladipo – BKG Racing

Final RoadX 2018 Championship podium.

  1. African elephant
  2. Fastlane Motorsport
  3. Outside races

The BT600cc category podium

  1. Ahmed "ALpacino" Mohammed – 24-7Racing
  2. Ikhide "Blow" Izokpu – CC Racing
  3. Aisha "FlyGirl" Vatsa – 24-7Racing

The BT 1000cc category podium

  1. Argo "Ice Volcano" Raak – 24-7Racing
  2. JayDee – 24-7Racing
  3. Armstrong "Teflon" Ngugu – Inferno Racing

Super cars

  1. Antonio Sandouk – Teamwork & Games
  2. Argo Raak – 24-7Racing
  3. Robson Omatseye – Fastlane Motorsport

The annual motorsport championship takes place in Nigeria in the leading racing and test facility, MotorSport Raceway, Evbuobanosa (MRE) in the state of Edo. The length of the route is 2.2 km.

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