The Board of Directors of the Dubai International Marine Sports Club, headed by Ahmed bin Meshar, approved the participation of the Victorian team in the World Powerboat Championship (Formula 1) competitions for the 2023 sports season, which will start from Singapore during next February, and directed the Board of Directors to provide all possible facilities and opportunities for Achieving the desired results, which are commensurate with the name and prestige of the Victorian team, the most prestigious names that compete in world races.
The Board of Directors discussed many issues in the meeting chaired by Bin Mishar, Chairman of the Board, in the presence of Saif Juma Al Suwaidi, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, Rashid Thani Al Ail Al Muhairi, Issa Muhammad Al Haj Nasser, Khaled Ali Al Balushi, and the two new members Khalid Khamis Bin Dasmal, And Ali Saeed bin Thalith.
The Chairman and members of the Board of Directors of the Dubai International Marine Club welcomed the joining of Khalid bin Dasmal and Ali bin Thalith to the membership of the Board of Directors in its current session, hoping that together they would constitute a new addition to the giant institution.
And a press statement stated: “The meeting discussed the preparation steps for preparing the Victorian team for the expected participation in the World Powerboat Championship (Formula 1), and the choices of the contestants in light of the efforts and work of the administrative and technical staff of the team, wishing success to the masters of the seas in the new mission in the great world championship that emerged.” In it as a competitor in 2015, achieving third place in the overall standings, and then continued to appear in the event regularly before stopping due to the Covid-19 pandemic, in the last period.
• The Board of Directors of the Dubai International Marine Sports Club welcomed the joining of Khalid bin Dasmal and Ali bin Thalith to the membership of the Board of Directors.
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