Tomorrow, Saturday, the main race of the “18th edition” of the “Hancock Dubai 24 Hour Challenge” for fast cars will start, which will be held at the “Dubai Autodrome” circuit in the heart of “Motor City”, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Council. Sports, in which the world’s elite champions participate in endurance car racing.
60 teams are participating in the race driving 54 different types of the most powerful global cars, from the “GTX”, “GT3” and “TCR” categories, led by Ferrari, Mercedes, Audi, Porsche and BMW, competing All for 24 consecutive hours, where the competitors take turns driving the car, with four drivers in each car, and the winner is announced at the end of the race.
226 of the best drivers in the world, representing 33 different nationalities from all continents of the world, are competing, including world champions led by legend Valentino Rossi, world champion Maxime Martin, 2012 World Car Champion Rob Huff, Sean Gilael and Briton Tim White.
During the past two days, the contestants conducted performance tests in preparation for participating in the race. Yesterday, qualifying round competitions were held inside the Autodrome circuit, while luxury Dubai police cars led the procession of cars participating in the race that roamed the streets of Dubai in a parade from the circuit to the First Avenue Mall. » located in «Motor City», where large numbers of audiences followed her in the shopping center and the surrounding streets.
Dubai continues to host international races for various types of cars that attract the world’s elite drivers and provide speed sports enthusiasts with the opportunity to follow the various competitions, as the “Hancock Challenge” is one of the strongest, most exciting and exciting endurance car races, and is the opening round of the 24-hour racing series for the year 2023, which includes 9 other global stations are held in different countries of the world.
The race will be broadcasted on the official YouTube channel of the Hankook 24 Hours Race, with full coverage of the 30-minute qualifying, 90-minute night training and the full 24-hour race.