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Team Abu Dhabi have won 11 world titles – four of them this year - under Guido Cappellini, who is seen here in the driver's seat of Rashed Al Qemzi's pontoon after the Emirati driver secured the UIM F2 Championship in September

Guido Cappellini has immediately focused on progressively world titles for Team Abu Dhabi after a stupendous season which brought an extraordinary quardruple achievement.

Team Manager Cappellini has now conveyed 11 world championships to Abu Dhabi International Marine Sports Club since assuming responsibility in February 2015. Shaun Torrente's second UIM F1H2O World Championship driver's title landed in dramatic style in Sharjah a weekend ago alongside a third progressive team crown.

It pursued the team's World Endurance Championships triumph prior in the year, and Rashed Al Qemzi's accomplishment in getting the UIM F2 world driver's title with one round to spare. "I'm extremely glad for what we have accomplished all together, with the support of Abu Dhabi International Marine Sports Club," said Cappelini, the ten-times previous UIM F1H2O champion.

"Obviously we have extraordinary drivers, however we additionally have an awesome spirit, and throughout the most recent five years everybody in the group has endeavored to bring such a great amount of achievement to Abu Dhabi. "This was appeared in Sharjah where we had specialized issues with Shaun's boat all week, however the team found an answer which enabled us to complete the season as champions once more.

"I'm exceptionally amped up for what lies ahead for Team Abu Dhabi, and everybody in the group can hardly wait for next season. "In June this year, Abu Dhabi International Marine Sports Club declared that, as an award for remarkable outcomes, the Italian powerboat hustling legend had marked another contract that would see him proceed as team manager until 2025.

Preceding this season, the group had won two UIM F1H2O drivers titles (Torrente and Alex Carella) under Cappellini, three UIM F1H2O group titles, just as UIM F2 and F4-S triumphs for Rashed Al Qemzi.




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