Nostalgia Classic Cars unveiled Backdraft Racing’s exclusive RT3B Black Edition Backdraft Roadster.
The first classic car showroom and warehouse of its kind in the UAE, Nostalgia Classic Cars is also pleased to announce that it is launching Backdraft Racing in Dubai and the Gulf region.
The firm unveiled Backdraft Racing’s exclusive RT3B Black Edition Backdraft Roadster.
The newly released race car proven RT3B Black Edition Roadster combines 1960s design with modern day styling to provide the ultimate quality finishing and luxury, with advanced ergonomics and passenger comfort in a spacious interior.
Known for its renowned attention to detail, Backdraft Racing meticulously hand-builds each roadster with unsurpassed quality, design and performance to ensure that each custom roadster and authentic replica are the best available.
Founder Mazin Al Khatib said “Ever since I met with Tony Martin and ordered my first roadster, I was satisfied to the utmost degree with the experience itself from the beginning, during the building of the car, up until receiving the car. I’ve been driving this car since 2006 and the whole experience was amazing till date. It was not just a transaction experience, but grew into a friendship and now we are proud and excited to be converting it into a collaboration between these two esteemed companies.”
This series will compete with German and Italian sports car manufacturers and will begin in South Africa, with a separate series planned for Sweden, the UK, and the UAE.
Dubai’s premier fresh food market, the Waterfront Market in Deira will host a two-day Dragon Boat Challenge for the first time on March 26-27.
The HERO World Series international circuit’s first stage cements its international profile right off the bat boasting more than 400 athletes from 40 countries.
Ruled out last year by the COVID-19 emergency, the event assembles a strong international line-up of drivers and riders for the second round of the 2021 FIA World Cup for Cross Country Bajas for cars, and the opening round of the FIM Bajas World Cup for bikes.
The committee directed the referees to allow any Muslim player to break the fast during the evening matches during the month of Ramadan.
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The Team Games Co. in Hatta Sports Club organizes the championship, held annually during the Holy Month of Ramadan, with the support of Dubai Sports Council.