Dubai, UAE, 8 December 2016: Two worldwide series return to Dubai Autodrome to include together with the best of local motorsport for the National Race Days (NRD) Power Weekend beginning Friday, 9 December through Saturday, 10 December 2016.
The MRF Challenge kicked off its season in Bahrain last month and currently proceeds to Dubai Autodrome for the weekend break. The Indian formula race automobile series boasts a collection of talented vehicle drivers, some with well-known family members race heritage that include young stars such as Mick Schumacher, Harrison Newey, and Manuel Maldonaldo.
Lechner Racing will additionally be coming to town, bringing with them a squad of race prepared Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars to align on the grid for Round 2 of the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East. Luxembourg driver Dylan Pereira will certainly be planning to expand his very early lead in the championship, while Ryan Cullen and Charlie Frijns are close behind and looking to usurp the frontrunner setting.
Headlining the national auto racing side will be the NGK Enduro, showcasing a diverse mix of GT and Touring Car cclass vehicles, as well as open-cockpit Radical SR3s, slugging it out for 2 hours on the Grand Prix Circuit. Dragon Competing's Ferrari 458 GT3 will certainly be the much-loved to take the chequered flag but K & K Duck Racing will certainly have an immaculate Audi R8 LMS Ultra all set to challenge.
The GT cars and trucks will rule the straights at Dubai Autodrome however the active Radicals will certainly have the benefit in the edges, providing a possibility for victory. The middle section of the grid will also be hotly contested, specifically in Course 2, showcasing the ever-feisty Clio Cup.
Both rolled daredevils return for the following round of the UAE Sportbike Champion with ruling champion Abdulaziz Bin Ladin back in the line-up with his Kawasaki ZX6R, aiming to return in the search after missing out in Round One.Ahmed Almuyini, Mahmoud Tannir, and Nasser Al Shaiba will all do their finest to maintain Bin Ladin from returning in the winning groove.
Young stars want to radiate in the Formula Gulf Academy races, with a $20,000 Gulf Sporting activity Competing scholarship for grabs for the champion at the end of the period. Polish driver Aleks Karkosik presently leads the single seater championship with Saudi Omar Gazzaz within striking distance.
NRD Power Weekend qualifying and races will certainly commence at 09:00 on Friday morning and action will proceed throughout the weekend break up until 17.00 on Saturday evening.
The general public will certainly have open door to the Grandstand and Race Paddock at Dubai Autodrome. To learn more please go to: www.dubaiautodrome.com
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