Our story began in 2013 with the first Kiamburing TT.The naming was realized from the event venue which was Kiambu county and the road shaped like a ring thus KIAMBURING TT. From humble beginning the event grew rapidly following the successive event quickly becoming one of, if not the, premier tarmac event on the Kenyan motorsports scene. Our 2014 Kiamburing Endurance TT attracted close to 1000 spectators. It is now regarded as the Kenyan equivalent of the renowned Pikes Peak which is held annually in the USA, hosting one of the greatest celebrations of car culture and motorsport in Kenya.
We are extremely pleased that the Hill climb returns in Looking back over the three type of events hosted, we have been blessed with some of the finest drivers and cars in the country – and beyond – having competed in the time trial. The Time trials have taken part on a various counties thus promoting local and international tourism to say the least.
Recently we have launched the successful Airport Time Attack Trials featuring Drags and Gymkhana TT and Maximum attack TT that are quickly gathering momentum.
We are looking forward to maximizing our sport variety to appease the local and international sportsman. In line with our vision and mission, we hope to further this dream for Kenya a as whole and for the future generations.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!!!
ENGINEERED TO MOVE!!!!
In The Airport Time Attacks we are entertained by the beasts as the battle for title of the fastest and most powerful.
Most grassroots club motorsport does not require competitors to have any special licence. All that is needed is club membership. However, for more ‘serious’ events you will need a Competition Licence.
There are various different licence types, and grades within those licence types, so you need to make sure you know which one you need before applying for it.
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