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Thrilling Weekends of Motorsport

Dubai Autodrome Motorsport Club (DAMC) organize and host an entire season of national race weekends which includes the best regional and international racing:  NGK UAE Touring Car Championship, Al Masaood National Motorcycle Championship, Gulf Sportscar Championship, Porsche BWT GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East, Gulf Radical Cup, MRF Challenge,  Lamborghini Super Trofeo Winter Series Middle East, Bahrain Superbike Championship, TRD86 Cup and the FIA F4 UAE Championship. From October until the end of March there is non-stop action on track as well as plenty of entertainment, food and activities in the Race Paddock.

On Now! Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East
Friday & Saturday, 15-16 February 2019

Race weekend featuring NGK UAE Touring Car Championship, Al Masaood National Motorcycle Championship, Bahrain Superbike Championship and FIA F4 UAE Championship.

Click here for the Lamborghini Super Trofeo ME Race Programme

Click here for Live Timing

Access to the Grandstand and Race Paddock areas is FREE to the public, making it a perfect weekend out for both petrol heads and families looking to experience the atmosphere and thrills of motorsport.

Next race: Al Masaood National Motorcycle Championship
Friday & Saturday, 1-2 March 2019

Race weekend featuring NGK UAE Touring Car Championship, FIA F4UAE Championship and Gulf Radical Cup.


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New this season! Gulf Sportscars Championship:

    16-17 November 2018 Porsche BWT GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East Grand Prix
    7 December 2018 NGK UAE Touring Car Championship Grand Prix
    11-12 January 2019 Hankook 24H Dubai Grand Prix
    25-26 January 2019 Porsche BWT GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East International
    7 February 2019 4H Dubai with TCR Middle East Grand Prix
    15-16 February 2019 Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East Grand Prix
    1-2 March 2019 Al Masaood National Motorcycle Championship International
    22 March 2019 Gulf Radical Cup National
  • The Hankook 24H Dubai endurance race has become a mainstay on the international motorsport calendar and is the second largest 24H race grid in the world, with entries from all over the world. The line-up consists of up to 100 Touring and GT cars, including big name marques such as Porsche, BMW, Ford, Seat, Renault, Ferrari, Mercedes and Audi.

    2019 Hankook 24H Dubai  11-12 January
    Click here for 2019 Results


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  • FIA Formula 4 has been created to offer young racing drivers around the world the opportunity to take the first step from karting into the world of single-seater racing. Open to drivers of 15 years and above, F4UAE will feature six events, with five of those holding 18 Championship races between the Dubai Autodrome and Yas Marina Circuit, the Home of F4UAE.

  • The new Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East, Squadra Corse, is adding a new important piece to its expansion plan, by exporting the same winning format of the three consolidated continental series to a market as important as that of Middle East. The race format will be the same as the other championships: two one-hour free practice sessions, two twenty-minute qualifying sessions and two fifty-minute races with rolling start. The series is open only to Huracán Super Trofeos and to Pro, Pro-Am, Am and Lamborghini Cup driver classes.

  • Powered by the highly experienced Lechner Racing, the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East quickly established itself as the most professional and successful one-make GT series in the Middle East. Ever since its inaugural season in 2009/2010 the GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East is offering an ideal platform for the Arab worlds most promising circuit racing drivers to broaden their racing experience on the regions most appealing race tracks.

  • Established in January 2006 by GulfSport Racing, the Gulf Radical Cup has become the longest running circuit race series in the region. Having been invited by Radical UK to run the series again, both parties are now collaborating to promote and develop the Gulf Radical Cup back to its premier status, and with support from other important partners, it promises to be one of the best seasons yet.

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  • After seven years of running Formula Gulf in the UAE, Gulfsport Racing LLC (GSR) is continuing to enhance its youth driver development program with the introduction of the ‘Formula Gulf Academy’. The Academy’s main aim is to offer drivers a comprehensive education while preparing them for a career in Motorsport. It is aimed as those younger drivers who are moving on from Karting and looking to use the off-season to get a step ahead of the competition.

  • Motorsports in India is synonymous with MRF. In fact, the development and popularity of various forms of the sport could be directly attributed to the pioneering efforts of the company, be it racing, rallying, motocross or karting. The MRF Challenge will feature MRF Formula 2000 race cars, The Formula 3 style car has been built in technical collaboration with Dallara, and is considered to be the fastest of its kind in Asia. The new car is powered by a 2 litre Mountune Duratec engine with max power of 230 bhp and shod on MRF Z.L.O. tyres. The car will also feature advanced aerodynamics with underbody diffuser and a Hewland 6-speed sequential gearbox.

  • A brand-new championship for GT and Prototype cars, the Gulf Sportscars Championship (GSC) is a national championship open to international competitors. This will allow national drivers to compete and qualify for their international license. Entrants can run either a single driver or a driver pairing. The championship results will be determined by the best 6 results of each car over the 10 races.


  • From Creventic, organizers of the iconic 24H Dubai, comes a new series for GT and PROTO cars from both Europe and the Middle East.

    Click here for announcement news.

  • All new motorcycle championship with three classes available: 600cc Supersport, 600cc Superstock and Ducati Championship (Arrive & Ride with Ducati support)