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In the 30th edition of the Abu Dhabi Desert Rally in Abu Dhabi, Nasser al-Atiya won the driving title under the patronage of Sheikh Hamdan bin Saeed Al Nahyan, the ruler’s representative in the Al Dafra region. Argentina’s Lucio Alvarez is 12 seconds behind.
And his Spanish navigator Armand Monlion won the motocross title with a time of 4 minutes 31.8 on the new GB Rally champion, KTM Bike, after being satisfied with the third best time in the fifth stage of the Toyota Hilux Overdrive. Seconds above Adrian, Van Beveren recorded the third fastest time in all three stages, despite winning the fifth stage of the Yas Marina circuit, 162.94 km. Portuguese player Joachim Rodriguez finished third.
Abdul Aziz Ahly gave a commendable victory next month, just before the Golden Jubilee celebrations in the United Arab Emirates, and eventually won the quartz title by a huge margin over world champion Rafal Sonek of Poland and Manuel Anduzer of Argentina. For three days.
My parents said: “I finally did it, I’m so glad to be here, I reaped the fruits of my hard work, I fought hard with the manual, and it was hard to follow him because of my finger. Injury, I am so happy and proud to be here.
Mohammed bin Sulayam, President of the Emirates Motorsports and Motorcycle Federation and Vice President of the International Automobile Federation, said: “The rally fulfilled all the promises and the competitions went well in all categories, most importantly, for all. Those who attended the event were delighted, none of them turned out to be losers, and we look forward to many more annual events.
Nasser al-Attiyah said: “Winning the race for the third time is very good, it is not easy, it makes the victory even better for me.
Faulkner expressed his delight with the title of Motocross. Here is my first world title, which gives me a lot of confidence.
Faulkner was the fastest at the opening exhibition stage, which set the riders’ starting line-up, and finished second in all Desert Rally stages, reaching his first title at the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge.
Polish Conrad Dabrowski, son of three-time World Rally Cross Country Champion Marek Dabrowski, won the FIM Junior Championship, finishing fifth overall in the rankings with the KTM bike, and the Emirati Sultan Al Balushi completed the KTM bike. In the top six, Michael Docherty of South Africa won a landslide victory in Rally Group 2.
The Abu Dhabi Desert Rally was attended by the Ruler’s Representative Court in the Al Tafra Region, the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces, the Abu Dhabi Sports Council, ADNOC Distribution, Yas Marina Circuit, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi Aviation, National Ambulance and Toyota Al Futtaim. Abu Dhabi Police, Abu Dhabi Municipality and District Municipality Al Tafra, Al Ain Water and Rotating.
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