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Qatar rider Saeed Al Sulaiti took the top honours in UAE’s Superbike Race - DSBK finishing well ahead ofSaska Totaro of Italy, who was the runners-up, and third-placed Aref Al Marzooqi of the UAE.
Saeed Al Sulaiti, said,“The race was challenging for sure, especially in the Dubai sun, but it was a thrill to participate with so many incredible racers. I look forward to more DSBK races in the future.”
Spectators, adrenaline junkies, and motor loyalists gathered to witness DSBK’s curtain-raising race on Sunday.
The excitement was palpable as fans cheered on the riders darting down the track, full throttle, attempting to beat the clock, all while resisting the relentless heat and fierce competition.
The event saw riders from around the world fly down to compete in a blood-pumping, 14-lap sprint to the finish at the Dubai Autodrome Circuit.
The fun-filled day also saw attendees enjoy live music, acrobatic performances,and an opportunity to meet and greet the bikers.
“The turnout today is a testament to the excitement we believe sport can draw in. This gives us high hopes for when we crank things into full gear next year and officially launch our Biking festival,” said DSBK co-founder Salman Yusuff Khan.
This event was help in anticipation of the brand’s official festival launch next year, with ambitious plans to become the region’s foremost name in motorbike racing.
“Watching our idea finally come to life is incredible. We are so thankful for the wonderful support. This is a big step forward towards building enthusiasm around superbiking in the region,” said Nasir Syed, DSBK co-founder and a veteran racer.