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Mohammed Jawa Official » Mohammed Jawa proud to fly flag for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Gulf 12hr with McLaren 12C GT3

Mohammed Jawa proud to fly flag for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Gulf 12hr with McLaren 12C GT3

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Abu Dhabi, UAE, 9th Dec, 2013:- Proud Saudi driver Mohammed Jawa is racing this weekend under the flag of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with his own M-Team. This is the first representation of a Saudi national in this prestigious endurance race at Yas Marina’s acclaimed Formula 1 circuit. Mohammed will team up with co-drivers Khaled Al Mudhaf from Kuwait and Jordon Grogor to race with the Dubai Dragon Racing squad. 

Mohammed is a passionate racing driver who has crafted his sport over several years at a GCC level, now with his goal firmly set on improving his International experience, this is his debut in Endurance racing and a prelude to the Dubai 24hr race in January.

“I’m enjoying this high level of racing and I’m benefiting mentally and physically from my step up in my physical training. I knew this would be more demanding than I have experienced before and racing for longer in the car drains the energy if you are not prepared. I have been taking my fitness and health to new levels recently and I am enjoying working within the team along with my personal coach Michael Vergers. I’m improving on pace every time I race the car.”

“Its part of a fresh personal challenge and provides me with valuable life skills, improving my fitness, my agility and communication these are all essential skills for life in general. I have so much still to learn, and I’m soaking up all the information like a sponge, I can’t wait for the race on Friday,” commented Mohammed prior to testing today.

The Abu Dhabi Gulf 12hr endurance race starts on Thursday 12th with qualifying and is contested over a two part race format, with a grid of 60 cars, giving teams two separate races of six hours. The first starts at 9:30am on Friday 13th and finishes at 15:30pm, culminating in the final, night-time race, which starts at 17:45pm and finishes at 23:45pm.

 

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