UAE BAJA CHAMPIONSHIP SET FOR BIG FINISH WITH EIGHT RIDERS BATTLING FOR THREE TITLES
Eight riders are secured a fight for three titles in the 2019 UAE Baja Championship which currently sets out toward a major peak in Fujairah one month from now.
Just six separate the best four Moto 450 challengers, with Emirati pioneer Mohammed Al Balooshi under pressure from Dave McBride, Kuwaiti Mohamed Jaffar and South African Honda star Aaron Mare, champ in a weekend ago's Abu Dhabi Baja.
Emirati rider Abdulla Al Falasi, who controlled his Yamaha YFZ 450 R to a quads triumph in Abu Dhabi at the end of the week, still has a great deal to do to get Ahmed Al Mulla who drives him by 13 points in the championship title in front of the 6th and last round in Fujairah on 13 December.
The tussle for the Motos 25 title additionally goes last possible minute in Fujairah, with Rashed Abdulla leading driving individual Emirati Abdulla Lanjawi by seven points in the new series which is organized by the Emirates Motorsport Club (EMC).
The UAE's Sheik Khalid Al Qassimi, Saudi driver Saleh Al Saif and Emirati Saif Al Muhairi are among the main by and overall title victors in the title following the debut Abu Dhabi Baja. Al Qassimi's triumph in the Liwa desert has affirmed him as the Auto T1 champion while next in line Al Saif has verified the UTV T class for four-wheel one next to the other vehicles.
Al Muhairi is the title's first UTV class winner, while Tamjeed Abdulla has secured the Auto T2 title and Ahmad Barakat's eighth spot generally in Abu Dhabi has guaranteed him of the Group S crown. "The stage is set for a dramatic finale to the title in its first season, and we're empowered by the manner in which it has run from the beginning," said Sheik Abdullah Al Qassimi, Founder and President of the EMC.
"By presenting the Abu Dhabi Baja we've given the arrangement a flagship two-day occasion. In any case, the one-day rallies which make up the remainder of the title will in any case structure the reason for the arrangement as section level occasions intended to pull in more competitors."
Caption: Emirati rider Abdulla Al Falasi – still chasing the quads title after powering his Yamaha YFZ 450 R to victory in the Abu Dhabi Baja.