The rally was held in light of strict health measures to combat the “Corona” epidemic taken by the organizing club, and in hot summer weather, with a total distance of 232.27 km, of which 66.68 km was the length of the six special stages of speed (including two exhibition stages).In the details, Roger Feghali extended his control over the course of the race from the beginning to the end, as he recorded the best time in the six special stages of the speed with a chase from the sponsor and behind him Alex Feghali. In the first special stage, Roger Feghali came in first place, followed by the sponsor Alex Feghali. In the second special stage, Feghali scored the best time, followed by Shepherd Alex. In the third stage (demonstration stage), Feghali continued to dominate, scoring the best time, followed by his son Alex Fabdo Feghali. In the fourth stage, the best time was also for Roger Feghali, followed by Alex Valrai, to widen Roger the difference with his pursuers by a big difference.
And in the fifth, penultimate special stage, the “same scenario”: Roger first, sponsor second and Alex the third. In the sixth exhibition stage, the situation did not change with the absolute control of Roger with a competition for the second place between the sponsor and Alex, as Roger scored the best time, followed by the sponsor Alex.overall ranking
Here is the general standings for drivers and their navigators, with 16 cars passing the arrival line and three cars withdrawing:
1- Roger Feghali and Selim Wakim on Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 10: 39.19.7 minutes
2- Roderick Al-Rai and George Nader on the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9: 41.10.2 d
3- Alex Feghali and George Debes on Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9: 41.52.9 d
4- Tarek Younes and Ronny Bou Abdo on Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9: 42.22.8 d
5- Basil Abu Hamdan and Firas Elias on Citroen DS 3: 43.13.3 d
6- Mathieu Roboisson and Dolin Schlink on Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9: 43.15.5 minutes
7- Elias Al-Dahni and Amin Akl on Renault Clio: 43.50.4 d
8- Meshari Al-Dhafiri (Kuwait) and Nasser Al-Kuwari (Qatar) on the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 10
9- Joe Azzi and Omar mentioned on Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9: 45.16.1 d
10- Shadi Fakih and Samer Sfeir on Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9: 45.19.1
11- David Mezher and Shady Nasr on a Citroen DS3: 46.41.7 d
12- Abdo Feghali and Joseph Matar on Peugeot 208: 48.05.8 d
13- Karl Rizk and Karim Abu Elias on Suzuki Swift 1.6: 48.10.d
14- Musa Shibli and Elie Muhanna on Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 8: 51.07.4 d
15- Ahmed Khaled and Moussa Gehairian (Jordan) on Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 10: 53.16.3d
16- Walid Schlink and Andre Ashkouti on Renault Clio: 56.19.9 d
Roderick Al-Rai and his navigator George Nader won the RC2 N4 category cup, Basel Abu Hamdan and his navigator Firas Elias won the RC4 category title, Karl Rizk and his navigator Karim Abu Elias won the RC5 category title. Tarek Younes and his navigator Ronny Bou Abdo also won the classification cup, Karl Rizk and navigator Karim Abu Elias. Junior Driver and Navigator Cup.
In conclusion, the coronation ceremony was held in the presence of the representative of the International Automobile Federation (FIA) in the Middle East and North Africa, the coordinator of the Automobile Committee in the organizing club, Imad Lahoud, the director of the National Sports Committee Suleiman Khattar, the head of the sports department in the club, Kaby Kreker, the racing director, Kabi Hayek, and the representative of the “study global company.” uk” Gad Barq, “viewtech” representative Ali Saleh, rally officials and mechanical sports enthusiasts.
It is noteworthy that the fuel used for cars participating in the rally is a special fuel intended for rallying.