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  PORSCHE GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East Speeds

PORSCHE GT3 Cup Challenge MIDDLE EAST Speeds Towards EXCITING FOURTH Season

  • Regions leading race championship gears up for success 

  • Abdulaziz Turki AlFaisal aiming for unprecedented third championship

 

Dubai 6th October 2012: The fourth season of the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East, the leading one-make championship series involving some of the regionís most promising drivers, has been announced with a sensational line-up of race weekends to thrill drivers and motorsport enthusiasts across the Middle East.

Loved by drivers and fans alike having produced a number of local heroes and stunning driver performances over three previous seasons, the fourth edition of the championship is posed to be even bigger and better with 12 rounds, across six action-packed race weekends during a race season between November 2012 and March 2013.

Once again the series will return to the regions world-class circuits, letting home grown driving talent race the outstanding Porsche GT3 Cup car in front of local fans, with race locations confirmed in Bahrain, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and United Emirates. 

An expanded schedule, more teams and a news series of public events are set to create the most exciting season in the championís history with details to be revealed during the build-up to the eagerly anticipated opening race weekend at the Bahrain International Circuit on 16 and 17 November. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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