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Al-Mehairbi and Rashed Al-Qamzi will drive in F2 for Team Abu Dhabi at Campione

Making a welcome change from its recent successes in the UIM XCAT World Series and the UIM F1 H2O World Championship, Team Abu Dhabi is about to embark on another power boating challenge by entering two race boats in the UIM F2 Italian Grand Prix at Campione d’Italia this weekend. The second round of the prestigious UIM F2 World Championship is centred around the beautiful Italian municipality of Campione d’Italia and the team from the Abu Dhabi International Marine Sports Club (ADIMSC) has confirmed that Mohammed Al-Mehairbi and Rashed Al-Qamzi will drive Team Abu Dhabi boats 36 and 35, the two race hulls that were used at the 24 Hours of Rouen in the spring. Team Abu Dhabi personnel arrived in Italy yesterday to begin their preparations for the racing on Saturday and Sunday, where they face fierce competition from…

Team Abu Dhabi to be represented by Al-Mansoori and Al-Tayer on Lake Lugano

Victory Team’s Al-Zafeen and Bin Hendi lead series by 31 points from Swecat Racing The stunning Swiss location of Lake Lugano will play host to the third round of the UIM XCAT World Series this weekend (June 4-5) and what better place for Team Abu Dhabi to rekindle its title challenge in the prestigious world power boating series. Team Abu Dhabi’s 5 crew of Faleh Al-Mansoori and Rashed Al-Tayer endured mixed fortunes at the opening two races in Fujairah and Dubai and currently hold seventh position in the championship standings, a mere three points behind sixth-placed T-Bone Station. The crew qualified on pole at race one, before retiring from the race with engine issues, and then climbed from fifth to finish second at the second race. Victory Team’s Arif Saif Al-Zafeen and Nadir bin Hendi won the opening two rounds…

Team Abu Dhabi XCAT crews aim to bounce back quickly from Fujairah set-back

Team Abu Dhabi will leave nothing to chance in a bid to bounce back into contention for success in the 2016 UIM XCAT World Series, when action resumes with this weekend’s Dubai Grand Prix off the coast of the Dubai International Marine Club (DIMC). Last weekend’s dramatic race in Fujairah was a set back for the two-boat team running out of the Abu Dhabi International Marine Sports Club (ADIMSC) and the two crews find themselves near the foot of the championship standings at this early stage of the season. The calendar is such this year that there are just eight days between the first two Grand Prix in Fujairah and Dubai and team technicians have been working long hours to ensure that both Team Abu Dhabi 4 and 5 are ready for the first of the practice sessions in Dubai…

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