Balooshi leads the rankings by a single point over two of his competitors in this tournament, Portugal's Fabio Magalhaes and Poland's Konrad Dabrowski.
The oldest motorsport event in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the Dubai International Baja, is set to make an exciting return next month as World Cup Rallying comes to the UAE with a modern twist.
The Dubai International Baja (1-3 December) is perfectly situated to make or break title hopes. The rally marks the final stage in both the 2022 FIA World Cup for Cross County Bajas and FIM Bajas World Cup.
The Ferrari with which Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher won the 2003 World Championship was auctioned in Geneva on Wednesday for more than $13 million.
Taking place between November 25-27– and only the second ever edition since 1981 – the festival will combine classic racing by a range of contemporary motorsport drivers with live entertainment.
The result, which came 24 hours after their third-place spot in Race One, meant they finished second overall in the class with 57 points, and sixth overall in the competition.
In a spectacular finish UAE rider Aref Al Marzooqi grabbed the third spot in the DBSK superbike race. The UAE rider put up a stellar performance to catch to finish behind Qatari rider Saeed Al Sulaiti, who finished first followed by Italian rider Saska Totaro in second.
For the first time ever, Dubai’s Offroad-Zone brought dozens of motorists together for an action-packed day of four-wheel-drive adventures to celebrate International Off-Road Day in Sharjah on Saturday.