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Motorcycle Championship 1998

Motorcycle Championship 1998

M ore than 5,000 people attended the 4th round of the Mild Seven Cambodia Motorcycle

Championship '98 held in Kampong Cham on May 17, according to event organizers.

Race enthusiasts watched as Ouk Sousdey took the checkered flag after the two leading

contenders collided during the last lap as they rounded a pile of sandbags.

The event marks the end of this year's qualifying rounds, with previous run-offs

held in Battambang, Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.

Finalists from each of the four qualifying rounds will compete in the Grand Final,

which will take place on June 7 at Phnom Penh's Olympic Stadium.

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