When the dust settled at the Dubai Autodrome from three sensational races with 27 high-quality, international drivers, a trio of young talents were celebrating victories — despite none of them being in leading positions in the championship.
The main event saw Mohammed Al Shehhi defeating Butti Al Ameri by way of decision in the 65.5kg category at the end of a busy afternoon in which 38 fighters, predominantly Emirati, took to the octagon in front of an enthusiastic crowd.
The massive public turnout on the tournament's second day, which included both visitors and enthusiasts, was possibly one of the most notable features of the championship.
Red Bull’s world championship leader Max Verstappen will start on pole for the Austrian Grand Prix after edging out Lando Norris for McLaren in qualifying on Saturday.
However, it is also being speculated that his decision might have been prompted by the Euro heartbreak. He had led the team in the group stage games but could not play in the round of 16 match against Netherlands due to an injury, which forced him out.
Yas Marina Circuit will host FIA Formula 4 UAE Championship race action as part of this year’s Formula1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. For the second time in the space of three years, a non-point scoring Trophy Round of F4 UAE will take place over the course of the Abu Dhabi
New Zealand golfer Daniel Hillier made the most of his tournament invite to claim the halfway lead in the World Invitational on Friday.
England skipper Joe Root, 30, set for his 100th Test on Friday, would be eyeing a repeat of the start to his illustrious career — a rare series win on Indian soil. Root, 30, who will be leading England in the four Tests, knows he needs a win in the series to stand
Saudi driver Reema Juffali will be competing on one of motorsport’s most iconic tracks over the coming days – and the 29-year-old driver will pay tribute to her Saudi heritage by wearing a personalised helmet.