Wednesday, 3 March 2021 – 4:26 PM
ADRIA, 3rd March, WAM / The talented Emirati champion Rashid Al Dhaheri, the star of the karting, continued his winning streak yesterday, as he dominated the course of the OK-Junior race in the World Karting Super Master Championship in Adria, Italy, after strong competitions with more than 90 drivers around the world, where Al Dhaheri was The sole representative of the MENA region in this race.
Rashid started the race with remarkable success during the qualifiers, achieving the best time and fastest lap in his group after winning four out of five qualifiers, and finished first in the “semi-final – B” race to start first in the final race.
In the course of the final race, Al Dhaheri took advantage of his advanced position, showing great determination and stability with every lap of the race. Recording the fastest time again, and by carefully driving the kart tires, Al Dhaheri achieved another victory that led him to the podium in the first round of the WSK Super Master Series championship, thus confirming his leadership of the Emirati champion in first place, giving him a quick start ahead of his closest competitors.
On the occasion of winning this race, the talented Emirati star Rashid Al Dhaheri said .. “Adria is the gift that keeps on giving, and once again I enjoyed driving a lot on this circuit. I am happy because the training we did gave me a positive start to this season. In every race I learn more and gain experience. Akbar, very happy to maintain my focus on driving – I will continue to train hard to achieve success in every race. I would like to thank my wonderful team of mechanics, they kept the excellent strength of my kart, and helped me achieve that milestone. ”
On his part, Marco Parolin, Director of Parolin Racing Kart, said, “Beating tough arenas in hot races like OK-Junior is not an easy thing, Rashid was able to achieve victory twice in one week, by presenting two flawless performances. “The Emirati champion kept calm in difficult situations and managed to achieve the best possible results. We are very happy to start the season at the top and I am sure that these results made Rashid more determined to achieve success.”
The World Cup Karting Championship race was held at the FIA-approved 1,302-meter Adria circuit, challenging its narrow and curvy nature, with straight lines linked by a series of stiff bends.
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