Today, the curtain falls on the car championship competitions to climb a terrifying hill at the Liwa International Festival 2023, which enters the atmosphere of its 16th day of the festival and the various and various championships, and continues with the extension of some services and entertainment events until the eighth of next January.
The “Burn Out” challenge, the day before yesterday evening, at the Moereb Circuit, witnessed the victory of Saudi Abdul Rahman Al-Asafi in the first place, after he succeeded in achieving the best time, which is 92.620 seconds, and Marzouq Al Mazrouei from the Emirates came in second place with a time of 94.540 seconds, and he finished third. Hamad bin Musa Al Balushi from the UAE, with a time of 119.300 seconds, came in fourth place from Saudi Arabia, Abdul Majeed Al Natifi, with a time of 126.250 seconds, and fifth place was Muhammad Khalfan Al Shamsi, with a time of 132.830 seconds. The “Burn Out” competitions started at seven in the evening at the Moereb circuit, with the participation of 25 cars, where each car had the opportunity to make one attempt through the competition.
Today, the remaining categories start from climbing the hill, which are: the open category, the 8-cylinder gas category, and the Hilux category, where each car is given two attempts in order to reach the strong time and break the time on the legendary Moereb Hill. The competition for a moreeb takes us back to the strong beginnings of the competitions for climbing a moreeb hill in 2002, and it has continued successfully to this day by adding many sporting events and various activities within the festival’s agenda, the strongest of its kind in the region.
Today’s competitions complete the strong race that started yesterday and started with four categories that included the competition on the same hill and with the same standards that were set yesterday, in a terrifying climb challenge that has no similar angle of slope and height at the level of the region.
The competition is scheduled to start today at seven in the evening and continue until the end of the race and the crowning of the winners and champions at the end.
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