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With strong participation of drag racing champions from Qatar and the Gulf region, the fourth round of the 2024 Arabian Drag Racing League, sponsored by His Excellency Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Thani, Chairman of Qatar Racing Club, concluded with exciting high level competition. With the announcement of an additional round, the competition for the overall championship title in the nine categories was intensified.

In the strongest category, the Index 4.0, Salem Al Tamimi managed to reach the final race for the first time to face Musallam Al Qallaf. Despite Al Qallaf’s third arrival at the final race this season, a wrong start deprived him of the first title, allowing Al Tamimi to be crowned the champion of the fourth round. The third place went to the champion of the previous two rounds, Jaber Al Maghribi.

Al Maghribi returned to the podium for the second time in this round, managing to reach the final race in the Super Street Outlaw category, facing Hussein Akbar, who won the race, securing his third title this season, while Al Maghribi settled for second place, and the third place went to the racer Mohamed Qasim.

In the Index 4.80 category, for the second round in a row, Qatari Ahmed Al Abdullah claimed his first title in the championship winning the final race against compatriot Youssef Al Abdullah, while the third place went to Mohamed Al Fraih for a second successive time.

In the Index 4.50 category, for a second round in a row, the title went to Basil Abbas who defeated the racer Msaaid Al Raish in the final race, while Fawaz Ibrahim Ahmed Ali claimed the third place, the same position he had achieved in the previous round.

The Index 8.50 category witnessed a new champion for a fourth consecutive round, as Nasser Adel Al Ghanim won the title, leaving the second and third places on the podium for Abdulaziz Al Suwailim and Mohamed Sulaiman, respectively.

The Index 9.0 category saw Qatari Majid Al Sharshani winning the final race against compatriot Mohamed Jawad, while Mohamed Al Ansari completed the podium by finishing third, making it a purely Qatari podium.

In the bike competitions, Mashari Al Turki claimed Super Street Bike category title after winning the final race against Bader Bin Eidan, while the champion of the previous round, Ahmed Bin Bilal, secured his presence on the podium by finishing third.

The champion of the opening round for the Street Bike category, Mohammed Bo Rashed, returned to claim his second title in the championship, with the second and third podium positions going to Bin Eidan and Bin Bilal, respectively.

In the Index 8.5 category, three new names were crowned for the first time with Zaid Al Dosari winning the first place, followed by Munir in second place, while Saud Al Wahibi completed the podium in third place.

At the end of the competitions, His Excellency Sheikh Jabor bin Khalid Al Thani, the director of Qatar Racing Club, crowned the top three winners in each category amidst a wonderful festive atmosphere.

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