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Lo Fui Min, Bison win Tenom 4x4 Charity Challenge

20th March, 2017

BY UMESH RAJAN

KOTA KINABALU: The pairing of Lo Fui Min and Bison Massang produced stellar performances to win the Tenom 4×4 Charity Challenge held at SM Thsung Tsin in Tenom, last weekend.

The Kota Kinabalu pair from team Lozai Engineering racked up a total of 798 points to eclipse their nearest competitors by 48 points.

The Hardcore Open champion instantly took home the main prize of RM5000 cash plus trophy and gifts which includes a Toyota 3B diesel engine sponsored by Panway Sdn Bhd.

Home crowd favourite, Tham Vun Pin and Lesun Lee Siong of Tenom collected 750 points to settle for second place, cashing home RM3000 cash plus trophy and gifts.

The final podium spot for the category belongs to Sandakan duo of Ye Yong Chung and Liew Su Cheung with 698 points where they received RM2000 cash plus trophy and gifts.

The top five standing was completed by Wong Su Bin and August Rambil in fourth while Vincent Koh and Tan Liang Yen in fifth place for the Hardcore Open category.

Meanwhile in the Amateur Class, the pair of Koo Foi Loong and William Thien from Keningau took the top spot after registering 732 points to take home RM3000 cash plus trophy and gifts.

A further 22 points back was Kota Kinabalu duo of Roland Liew and Sajeyme Janish in second place, receiving RM2000 cash plus trophy and gifts.

While Shin Kong Chung and Chau Kam Loong from Tawau finished third with 698 points, winning RM1000 cash plus trophy and gifts in the process.

According to Organising Chairman, Voo Lee Leong, a total of 42 vehicles from Sabah, Brunei and Johor participated in both Hardcore Open and Amateur Class categories.

“I am pleased with the number of vehicles taking part in the challenge and I thank all of the teams, participants and sponsors for supporting the Tenom 4×4 Charity Challenge 2017,” he said when contacted.

   
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