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Round 7 & 8 – Race Report

Hirani and Al Ghanem take a win apiece. Stars of tomorrow, Tejas Hirani (Kenya) and Ahmad Al Ghanem (Kuwait) won Rounds 7 and 8 respectively at the Yas Marina Circuit
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Round 5 & 6 – Race Report

It became clear from free practise that the 20 minute qualification was going to be close. And so it was, with the whole field covered by just 3 seconds.

Ed and Weiron head for the USA

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Interesting that both Weiron Tan (Malaysia) and Edward Jones (Dubai), both who trained and raced in Formula Gulf have decided to continue their professional racing careers in one-make championships in the USA

Round 7 & 8 – Race Report

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Hirani and Al Ghanem take a win apiece. Stars of tomorrow, Tejas Hirani (Kenya) and Ahmad Al Ghanem (Kuwait) won Rounds 7 and 8 respectively at the Yas Marina Circuit

Round 5 & 6 – Race Report

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It became clear from free practise that the 20 minute qualification was going to be close. And so it was, with the whole field covered by just 3 seconds.

Round 4 Race Report

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TEJAS HIRANI DOES THE DOUBLE 16 year old Kenyan driver Tejas Hirani (Rob’s Magic) put on a stunning performance at the Dubai Autodrome to take Pole Position and win both Rounds 3 and 4.

Round 3 Race Report

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With Kenyan racing sensation Tejas Hirani scoring his maiden win in Round 3 of the Formula Gulf 1000, the UAE’s official National Single Seater Championship we have now seen three different drivers winning the first three races.

Round 3 & 4 Test Report

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Given the spectacle of great racing seen at Rounds 1 & 2 last month, it has become clear that Season 4 is going to be the toughest yet. The UAE appears to have become an important destination for the serious young driver.