Dubai: National racing resumes at Dubai Autodrome with NGK Racing Series, UAE Sportbikes and Formula Gulf 1000

Dubai: National racing resumes at Dubai Autodrome with NGK Racing Series, UAE Sportbikes and Formula Gulf 1000
Abdulaziz Binladen leads Mahmoud Tannir in the UAE Sportbikes

Abdulaziz Binladen leads Mahmoud Tannir in the UAE Sportbikes

Jan 21st 2015 – It is back to business for the NGK Racing Series, UAE Sportbike Championship and Formula Gulf 1000 at Dubai Autodrome on Friday, 23 January.

In the wake of the epic Hankook 24 Hours of Dubai weekend at the venue, the regular UAE championships resume after more than a month break.

On the bill is the NGK Racing Series – races within the race – featuring UAE Touring Car Championship, UAE Clio Cup and GT cars.

Also on the bill are championship rounds for Formula Gulf 1000 where the young guns of the future battle it out for top honours and UAE Sportbikes for 1000cc and 600cc production based machines.

During the course of the day there will be two half hour Bike Track Day sessions, where riders can bring their own motorcycles and ride on track under controlled and safe conditions.

Action on Friday starts at 9:00 am with qualifying for the NGK Racing Series, and the first race set to start at 10:50 am. The final race for Formula Gulf 1000 is scheduled to start at 16:20 pm.

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Testing Opportunity on the Yas Marina Grand Prix Circuit
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GulfSport Racing announces a unique opportunity for experienced racing drivers to gain amazing seat time in their 186bhp slicks and wings single seater race cars alongside European F4 drivers preparing for UAE F4.

You will drive the floodlit circuit on two evenings. On day 1 you will get familiar with 12 corners of the 2.36kms South Circuit then move up to the full 21 corners of the 5.5kms Grand Prix circuit on day 2 on new tyres. You will work with top international driver coach Andy Pardoe in all sessions using data and video and you will be engineered by GulfSport’s Martin Hope. Using the same Hankook slick tyres as the F4 cars, on a lighter chassis and with more power, lap times will be comparable.

Over the course of two days you will have up to 360 minutes of track time to use. FIA homologated racewear and HANS required.

This testing not run under an FIA Race permit so there is no need for you to request Start Permission from your home ASN.

Limited availability. For more information please send your details to info@gulf-sport.com or call Martin on +971 50 2725091 or Barry on +44 7517 335172
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