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SPORT & LEISURE - MOTOR SPORTS

Grand Prix tickets to go on sale

Posted on 24/03/2009

Tickets for the inaugural Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will go on sale in the next week, race organisers confirmed yesterday. The Formula One meeting is to be held over the weekend of Oct 30 – Nov 1 at the Yas Marina Circuit, which is still being built on Yas Island. Although they did not confirm the exact date that tickets will be released, the organisers, Abu Dhabi Motorsport Management (ADMM), said they would go on sale to the public "at the end of March”, adding that they expected "strong ...  >>MORE

F1 circuit ready by summer

Posted on 24/01/2009

The first phase of Yas Island, which includes the Dh1.46 billion (US$397 million) Formula One grand prix circuit, will be ready by the summer, according to Aldar Properties, the project's developer. "All of the Yas Island phase one will be finished this summer, with obviously the Formula One grand prix circuit, the infrastructure, seven hotels, a major marina, the yacht club, a golf course,” said John Bullough, the chief executive of Aldar. "The Yas Marina will be flooded in the spring. ...  >>MORE

F1 circuit ready by summer

Posted on 22/01/2009

The first phase of Yas Island, which includes the Dh1.46 billion (US$397 million) Formula One grand prix circuit, will be ready by the summer, according to Aldar Properties, the project's developer. "All of the Yas Island phase one will be finished this summer, with obviously the Formula One grand prix circuit, the infrastructure, seven hotels, a major marina, the yacht club, a golf course,” said John Bullough, the chief executive of Aldar. "The Yas Marina will be flooded in the spring. ...  >>MORE

German team triumphs in Dubai

Posted on 11/01/2009

The German team Land Motorsport won the 24 Hours of Dubai endurance race yesterday, outdistancing and outlasting 77 other cars that started the race on Friday. Pit crews and spectators scaled fences to watch the winning Porsche 997 scream across the finishing line at the Dubai Autodrome. In second place was the BMW Z4 Coupe belonging to the Saudi team Al Faisal Racing, for which Prince Abdul Aziz al Faisal was a driver. Taking third place was another German team, Besaplast Racing, also in a ...  >>MORE

Drivers thrill the Dubai crowds

Posted on 10/01/2009

With mighty engines rumbling, the green light flashed on and with a deafening roar, 78 supercharged cars burst into life. The 24 Hours of Dubai endurance race was under way. The scene in the city's Autodrome marked the start of the UAE's most exciting year of motorsport, which is to reach its climax on Nov 1 with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Before yesterday's race, and with a standard bearer holding the nation's flag in front of the grid, drivers, race fans and pit crews observed a ...  >>MORE

Sulayem selected VP on FIA World Motor Sport Council

Posted on 09/11/2008

Mohammed Ben Sulayem has become the first Arab to earn a place on the most powerful body in world motor sport. Sulayem, President of the Automobile and Touring Club of the UAE and a rallying legend in the Middle East, has been elected to the FIA World Motor Sport Council and named as Vice President of the FIA for Sport by the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile. His double appointment was confirmed yesterday by FIA President Max Mosley during the FIA General Assembly in Paris. It ...  >>MORE

Harley rally in Fujairah to roar on November 19

Posted on 08/11/2008

An international rally for Harley-Davidson owners will take place in Fujairah from November 19 to 22. Nine Middle East chapters of Harley Owners Group (HOG), consisting of Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Dhahran, Dubai, Jeddah, Kuwait, Muscat, Qatar and Riyadh, are hosting the rally. It is also open to the general public to enjoy a day out with Harley owners, according to the organisers. They promise a fun-filled event in one of the most scenic emirates in the UAE. A number of activities are planned ...  >>MORE

Desert Challenge: UAE all set to leave its mark on Empty Quarter

Posted on 24/10/2008

Challenges are meant to be fought. So it's no surprise that when the UAE Desert Challenge starts on Sunday the large number of competitors in this year's race will be up against each other, the elements, their minds and bodies... and, perhaps, even their horsepower-churning beasts. Starting with the spectator-friendly prologue stage in Jebel Ali, the race traverses the Empty Quarter, which, much like its name, happens to be one of the most hostile environments on the planet to do anything, let ...  >>MORE

Ten UAE drivers set to take part in event

Posted on 24/10/2008

The largest number of Emirati drivers yet will line-up for the start of the UAE National Race Day 1 today at the Dubai Autodrome. The Yellow Hat UAE Touring Car Championship with House of Portier will feature ten UAE national drivers with many of them starting out as potential Championship contenders. Mohammad Al Falasi leads the charge in Class 1 in his Corvette Z06 and he has been tipped to challenge reigning UAE Champion Canadian national Karim Al Azhari. Experts are predicting a season ...  >>MORE

Capital gains from pole position

Posted on 18/10/2008

If the UAE needed a catalyst for its blossoming tourist industry, hosting a Formula One race is it. The sport regularly pulls in 55 million viewers in more than 200 countries. Those who can make it to the event spend hundreds of millions of dollars on tickets, flights, hotels and merchandise. And there is always hope people will return for a holiday. This time next year, Abu Dhabi will be on the cusp of hosting its inaugural Grand Prix. Add to this it will also be the season finale, and it is ...  >>MORE

BP-Ford Abu Dhabi up title race ante in Rally De France

Posted on 11/10/2008

Ajaccio, Corsica, Oct. 11, 2008 (WAM) - After three consecutive one-two finishes for BP-Ford Abu Dhabi World Rally Team's manufacturers' championship rivals Citroen, the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority-backed outfit's title outlook appeared a shade brighter today following an eventful opening three stages of Rallye de France - round 13 of the 15-event FIA World Rally Championship series. Trailing Citroen by 27 manufacturers' points prior to this weekend's Corsican asphalt test, the UAE capital ...  >>MORE

Speedcar Series set for December take-off

Posted on 02/10/2008

After a successful first season, Speedcar Series has unveiled new and exciting changes ahead of the opening race to be held in the first week of December in Dubai. Former F1 drivers will be back behind the wheel this season along with a host of other new teams and drivers battling it out for the prize pot of US$3 million. This season will see Speedcar Series run at the Malaysian and Bahrain F1 Grand Prix as well as in stand-alone events in conjunction with GP2 Asia under the Grand Racing ...  >>MORE

Etihad gives F1 champ preview of new Abu Dhabi race circuit

Posted on 29/09/2008

Reigning Formula One world champion and Ferrari driver, Kimi Raikkonen, was treated to a more unusual view of Abu Dhabi's new grand prix circuit, when invited onto the flight deck of an Etihad Airways flight simulator. The 'Flying Finn' joined Etihad Airways captain Gerard Jeyalingam on the flight deck of the airline's Airbus A340 flight simulator for a 20 minute simulation flight over Abu Dhabi, including Yas island where the new circuit is currently being constructed. Kimi visited Abu ...  >>MORE

Al Qasimi keen on Finnish test

Posted on 30/07/2008

Sheikh Khalid Al Qasimi is pleased with his performances in the World Rally Championship, as he marks one year in the competition. Jyvaskyla, where he will race this weekend, is the scene of his debut for the BP-Ford Abu Dhabi team last July. He is confident of improving on his 16th-placed finish last season. "I've finished every event I've started, but my previous pace notes and stage experience should benefit my times,” he explained. "It will be the first rally where I can look at a prior ...  >>MORE

F1 says Yas to UAE finale

Posted on 26/06/2008

Abu Dhabi could have a crucial role to play in the 2009 F1 campaign after being handed a provisional season-ending debut by Formula One chiefs. Motorsport's governing body, the FIA, announced the expanded 19-race calendar, one more than this season, following a World Motorsport Council meeting in Paris yesterday. The 2009 season will start in Australia on March 29 next year, with Abu Dhabi's much-anticipated Yas Island circuit closing the campaign on November 15. And that means UAE motorsport ...  >>MORE

New rules to restrict motorsport

Posted on 22/05/2008

The Government plans to introduce a nationwide system to regulate the motorsport of drifting to restrict the dangerous activity from taking place on public roads. Notorious for causing accidents, drifting involves performing risky stunts at high speeds in sport cars and four-by-fours. It is especially popular among young people, and takes place regularly in car parks and on busy roads. "It is to dissuade drivers from drifting on the roads, and to encourage them to do it in formal settings ...  >>MORE

Abdulla drives off with Abu Dhabi title; Yahya finishes second

Posted on 20/04/2008

Sheikh Abdulla Al Qasimi and co-driver Wael Marjan drove off with the prestigious Abu Dhabi Rally title in a time of 47 minutes 50 seconds on Saturday. The 323-km Abu Dhabi Rally, Round 4 of the National Championship and Round 2 in the Saloon Class, was held under the Patronage of Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces HH General Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and organized by the Emirates Motor Sports Federation (EMSF). A presentation ceremony was ...  >>MORE

Creation of ADMSM marks another milestone in lead up to 2009 F1 Grand Prix

Posted on 18/03/2008

The Executive Affairs Authority of Abu Dhabi today announced the establishment of a standalone company, Abu Dhabi Motor Sport Management (ADMSM) to develop and manage Yas Marina Circuit and the highly anticipated 2009 Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The head of the new organisation was also revealed as internationally-renowned F1 authority, Philippe Gurdjian. With construction well underway, Philippe Gurdjian has been working closely with the Executive Affairs Authority and ...  >>MORE

Sulayem to take the wheel for special needs children

Posted on 06/03/2008

The UAE rallying legend Mohammed bin Sulayem will take to the wheel during a campaign to assist people with special needs over the weekend. More than 200 children from 42 special needs centres across the UAE will assemble at the Dubai Autodrome tomorrow for a fun-filled activity day organised by the Special Needs Awareness Programme (SNAP). Sulayem, the 14-times FIA Middle East rally champion, will join a team of other volunteer drivers who will give the children a day to remember by taking ...  >>MORE

Desert Challenge sets stage for classic battle

Posted on 18/10/2007

The 17th edition of the UAE Desert Challenge promises a spectacular climax to the international cross country rally calendar later this month, with a mighty line-up of cars, bikes and trucks assembling from the Middle East and overseas. Introducing the event's sponsors today during an official press conference at Dubai International Marine Club, the rally's official HQ, Mohammed bin Sulayem, President of the Emirates Automobile and Touring Club, announced an entry list featuring 177 drivers, ...  >>MORE

First phase of Yas Island project will be completed by next year

Posted on 19/09/2007

Parts of the Formula 1 race track, grandstand, marina and the tunnels have already begun to take shape on the 2,550-hectare Yas Island which will be staging the Abu Dhabi Formula 1 in the UAE in 2009. The media were briefed on the progress during a tour to the island where construction is in full swing and the first phase seems headed for completion by 2008-end. Speaking to the mediapersons, Ronald Stephen Barrott, CEO of Aldar Properties, developers of the unique race track and the adjoining ...  >>MORE

UAE Motorsport mourns McRae's loss

Posted on 17/09/2007

The motor sport world was yesterday trying to come to terms with the loss of legendary rally daredevil, Colin McRae, who was killed in a helicopter crash on Saturday. McRae, who was due to have a second tilt at the UAE Desert Challenge title at the end of next month, was piloting his Squirrel helicopter when it came down in Jervis Wood near his Scottish home and burst into flames. The Rally star's five-year-old son Johnny, his friend, Ben Porcelli, 6, and Graeme Duncan, 37, who were passengers ...  >>MORE

Nissan extends support for UAE’s Desert Challenge

Posted on 04/09/2007

Mohammad Bin Sulayem yesterday tipped former World Rally Champion Carlos Sainz to make an impressive bid for this year's UAE Desert Challenge after securing a new sponsorship agreement for the event with Nissan Middle East. The agreement, which makes the Nissan Patrol the rally's official car for a fourth year, was signed by Sulayem, President of the Emirates Automobile and Touring Club, and Toru Hasegawa, Managing Director of Nissan Middle East. "We're grateful to have the support of a major ...  >>MORE

Team Abu Dhabi roar on despite difficulties

Posted on 19/08/2007

Trier, Germany - The Abu Dhabi-backed BP-Ford World Rally Team moved up the leader-board at the start of the second leg of this weekend's ADAC Rally of Germany. In BP-Ford's Abu Dhabi emblazoned cars one and two, Marcus Gronholm and Mikko Hirvonen swapped places twice over the first four stages of day two, with Gronholm eventually reaching the mid-day service halt in second place. Hirvonen had climbed to second earlier in the morning but dropped back to fourth by the time the crews returned to ...  >>MORE

UAE's achievements at WRC Finland Rally

Posted on 06/08/2007

Finland - The UAE's participation in the World Rally, WRC, was crowned Sunday in the third and last leg of the championship which engaged a worldwide television audience of more than 800 million setting a landmark achievement for the UAE and the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA). Of the 92 competitors that started the second day's stages yesterday, Khalid Al-Qasimi, of the three-car BP-Ford Abu Dhabi World Rally Team, was in 17th spot (06 +21mins 57.8secs) overall . Leg 3 consisted of only ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi "on track" with construction of new Grand Prix circuit

Posted on 18/07/2007

As the current F1 season steps up a gear so too has construction on the new Yas Island Circuit, Abu Dhabi, which will host the Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from 2009. "We are delighted with the way in which construction is progressing and a number of tasks are already ahead of schedule, including the excavation of the marina and piling work for the Pit Building," said His Excellency Khaldoon Al Mubarak, Chairman of the Executive Affairs Authority, Abu Dhabi. In a first for Formula One, ...  >>MORE

Cebarco-WCT to build Aldar’s Dh1.3bn F1 circuit in capital

Posted on 10/07/2007

Abu Dhabi's Aldar Properties has awarded a Dh1.3 billion contract to Bahrain-based Cebarco-WCT to build a Formula One circuit in the UAE capital. Being developed on the southern side of Yas Island, the circuit is scheduled for completion by December 31, 2008, in time for the first Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in 2009. Malaysian construction firm WCT Engineering yesterday said in a statement to the Bursa Malaysia, the country's stock exchange, that its 50:50 joint-venture in Bahrain, Cebarco-WCT, has ...  >>MORE

Khalid triumphs in Jordan

Posted on 13/05/2007

Dead Sea, Jordan - The UAE's Sheikh Khalid Al Qasimi and British co-driver Nick Beech clinched a famous victory after 18 timed special stages of a pulsating Jordan Rally in the Dead Sea area of the Hashemite Kingdom yesterday. They entered the final stage 16.9 seconds behind Jordanian rallying newcomer Amir Najjar and co-driver Nicola Fanous, but the Jordanian dramatically crashed mid-way through the Dead Sea and Sheikh Khalid was handed a dramatic win in thrilling circumstances. Sheikh ...  >>MORE

Bin Sougat takes golden sword

Posted on 08/04/2007

Former UAE champion Ahmad Bin Sougat teamed up with co-driver Jasem Al Baloushi to carve his name on the golden sword of the 1000 Dunes Rally for a historic fourth time with an entertaining win on Saturday. Bin Sougat, one of two UAE drivers who have won the golden sword outright - the other is former champion Khalifa Al Mutaiwe'e - finished the third round of the UAE Rally Championship in a time of three hours, 16.36 minutes. Pairing with Yaqoub Mohammad in their Land Rover, Thani Al Falasi ...  >>MORE

Hamad to lead the field in 1000 Dunes Rally

Posted on 06/04/2007

Defending UAE Rally Champion Sheikh Hamad Bin Eid Al Thani and co-driver Nooh Bu Humaid will start from pole position at today's 1000 Dunes Rally at Uptown Mirdiff. Driving their Nissan Patrol as car number one, Sheikh Hamad and Bu Humaid finished at least 22 seconds clear of the pack of 19 drivers. However, the three stewards of the race decided to hand out an equal time of five minutes to all competitors after a fault was detected in the timing system. "We really do not have any option ...  >>MORE

Spyker ties up with Etihad and Aldar

Posted on 16/03/2007

The UAE's national airline Etihad Airways and Aldar have teamed up with the Spyker Formula One Team just before the start of the 2007 Formula One season this weekend. The deal was announced in Melbourne yesterday a day before the start of the season with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne. The agreement between the F1 team with Abu Dhabi's leading integrated property development company and Etihad Airways will see the team rebranded as the Etihad Aldar Spyker Formula One Team for the ...  >>MORE

Second round of Autocross tomorrow

Posted on 08/03/2007

The second round of the UAE National Autocross Championship 2007 will be held tomorrow at the Emirates Motor Sports Federation's Jebel Ali Karting Centre. Waleed Afani will be trying to consolidate his overall position when action gets under way this weekend. Afani, driving for the National Lube Racing Team, who was the overall championship winner last season, was followed in second overall by Fadi Bikawi with Akram Malas rounding off the overall podium in third position. At the end of ...  >>MORE

Ground breaking ceremony for new ATCUAE HQ

Posted on 15/02/2007

Sheikh Mayed bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum today performed the official ground breaking ceremony to start work on a permanent new headquarters in Dubai for the Automobile and Touring Club for the UAE. Sheikh Mayed, son of the ATCUAE's patron, H.H. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, was accompanied by Mohammed Ben Sulayem, President of the ATCUAE, and Ebrahim Abdul Malik, secretary general of the General Authority of ...  >>MORE

UAE's Al Ketbi and Shahin take overall lead in Saudi Hail Baja

Posted on 11/02/2007

The UAE's Ali Mattar Al Ketbi and Ali Mirza Shahin were the unofficial leaders of the Hail Saudi Baja after setting the fastest time in yesterday's punishing 261.35km selective section of the Hail Baja being held in Saudi Arabia. The UAE's Abdullah Al Herais and Ali Hassan Obaid completed the section in second place behind the wheel of a Nissan Patrol, even as home talent Rajeh Al Shammeri and Mubarak Al Shammeri led a host of drivers from the Al Shammeri family in third overall in a Toyota ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi to host 2009's edition of Formula One Grand Prix

Posted on 04/02/2007

In front of an elated crowd of tens of thousands of people, Formula One Management yesterday announced that Abu Dhabi, the capital city of the United Arab Emirates, has secured the rights to host a Formula 1 Grand Prix from 2009. On behalf of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and in the presence of General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of UAE Armed Forces, the announcement ...  >>MORE

Speed aces give the capital a taste of things to come

Posted on 04/02/2007

Ten of the world's best Formula One drivers, including world champion Fernando Alonso, yesterday hit the Abu Dhabi streets with their spectacular stunts and powerful driving. Thousands of spectators thronged the Corniche Breakwater to watch the Formula One Festival, a display that acted as the precursor to the 2009 Grand Prix that Abu Dhabi will host. General Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, Sheikh Mansour Bin ...  >>MORE

Formula One cars rev up to thunder down Abu Dhabi roads

Posted on 01/02/2007

With the entire nation in a festive mood after the Gulf Cup triumph, the capital is set for another mega event - the emirate's first ever Formula One (F1) Festival. The city will wake up on Saturday morning seeing thousands of spectators flooding into the Corniche to see the spectacular world class Formula One cars powering down the roads. The half-day display is free for the public and the action starts at 9am. Big crowds are expected to flock to the specially designed 4km street circuit, ...  >>MORE

F1 Grand Prix set for Abu Dhabi debut in 2009

Posted on 30/01/2007

If the variables come together then speculation that Abu Dhabi will host a Formula One Grand Prix in 2009 is set to become a reality. "Yes, it is going to happen," confirmed a source to Gulf News yesterday. The announcement is to be made this week on the sidelines of the F1 festival, organised by the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA), to be hosted in the capital from February 1-4. An A-list of Formula One drivers, including defending champion Fernando Alonso, along with their respective ...  >>MORE

Racing up the sand dunes of Awafi

Posted on 28/01/2007

Racing enthusiasts had a field day at the Awafi Festival on Friday with the long-awaited sand dune climbing competition bringing the dunes alive. Large number of visitors, which the festival's Higher Organising Committee estimated at 100,000 from around the region, attended the event. The setting of the festival was perfect for what turned out to be a challenge between the mean might of the machines and the towering desert sand dunes. Supercharged four-wheel drive vehicles raced up the ...  >>MORE

Formula 1 fever overtakes Abu Dhabi streets

Posted on 22/01/2007

Abu Dhabi will host the first ever Formula One (F1) Festival on Saturday, February 3, 2007, the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) announced yesterday. The world's best F1 drivers, including current world champion Fernando Alonso, will be bringing their Formula One cars to the streets of Abu Dhabi. A specially designed street circuit that stretches along Abu Dhabi's city waterfront will be the venue for the F1 showcase. The circuit will run from the Emirates Palace, along Abu Dhabi's ...  >>MORE

Autodrome lures top driver for 24-hour race

Posted on 11/01/2007

Experienced German driver Hans-Joachim Stuck leads a pack of top drivers in the non-stop Toyo Tires 24-Hour Dubai motor race at the Dubai Autodrome. Stuck, who made his name as a touring car driver in the 1970s, is among a strong international entry. The event will feature several categories including the Touring Cars of FIA Group A and Group 24-Hr Special and the SP1 Touring Trophy Cup Cars. Stuck's victories included the 1972 Spa 24 Hours and in 1974 he moved to single-seaters, finishing ...  >>MORE

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Grand Prix tickets to go on sale


F1 circuit ready by summer


F1 circuit ready by summer


German team triumphs in Dubai


Drivers thrill the Dubai crowds


Sulayem selected VP on FIA World Motor Sport Council


Harley rally in Fujairah to roar on November 19


Desert Challenge: UAE all set to leave its mark on Empty Quarter


Ten UAE drivers set to take part in event


Capital gains from pole position


BP-Ford Abu Dhabi up title race ante in Rally De France


Speedcar Series set for December take-off


Etihad gives F1 champ preview of new Abu Dhabi race circuit


Al Qasimi keen on Finnish test


F1 says Yas to UAE finale


New rules to restrict motorsport


Abdulla drives off with Abu Dhabi title; Yahya finishes second


Creation of ADMSM marks another milestone in lead up to 2009 F1 Grand Prix


Sulayem to take the wheel for special needs children


Desert Challenge sets stage for classic battle


First phase of Yas Island project will be completed by next year


UAE Motorsport mourns McRae's loss


Nissan extends support for UAE’s Desert Challenge


Team Abu Dhabi roar on despite difficulties


UAE's achievements at WRC Finland Rally


Abu Dhabi "on track" with construction of new Grand Prix circuit


Cebarco-WCT to build Aldar’s Dh1.3bn F1 circuit in capital


Khalid triumphs in Jordan


Bin Sougat takes golden sword


Hamad to lead the field in 1000 Dunes Rally


Spyker ties up with Etihad and Aldar


Second round of Autocross tomorrow


Ground breaking ceremony for new ATCUAE HQ


UAE's Al Ketbi and Shahin take overall lead in Saudi Hail Baja


Abu Dhabi to host 2009's edition of Formula One Grand Prix


Speed aces give the capital a taste of things to come


Formula One cars rev up to thunder down Abu Dhabi roads


F1 Grand Prix set for Abu Dhabi debut in 2009


Racing up the sand dunes of Awafi


Formula 1 fever overtakes Abu Dhabi streets


Autodrome lures top driver for 24-hour race