An Emirati woman makes history and wins the Italian Formula 4 races


The 21-year-old Emirati woman, Hamda Al Qubaisi, made history in the Italian Formula 4 races and took third place, changing the usual pattern of this type of racing associated with men.
Al-Qubaisi, the Italian “Perma Power Time” team racer, became the first woman to win the Italian Formula 4 podium in third place at the Italian Circuit Misano, today, Saturday, along with the racer Leonardo Fornaroli, who won gold, and Oliver Berman, who won silver, according to the newspaper. Al Ain, UAE.

Hamda’s father, Khaled Al Qubaisi, is also an Emirati champion in long-car endurance races, and won the “Dubai 24 Hours” championship 3 times, the “Gulf 12 Hours” championship once, and also won second place in the historic “Le Mans 24 Hours” race, and second place in the World Endurance Championship.

Khaled Al Qubaisi commented on the achievement made by his daughter, and said that he “feels very proud” and that he felt that she was very close to the achievement, because she is very talented and has a great speed in the car.
Al Qubaisi explained that his daughter, Amna, “was following my races with great interest, and then, at the age of 13, entered a motor racing academy, and began to gradually develop”, which also entered history with her achievements.

Hamda sent a letter of thanks to Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and said:
“I would like to thank Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed for his constant support to us and also to the supporting companies Strata and Kaspersky Lab.


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