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2018 Endurance Championship RD4: Race Start

Dubai, UAE, 14 December 2018:  After 145 laps and over three hours in the final 24-hour round of the 2018 Dubai Kartdrome Endurance Championship, Emirates PRO clings to a narrow lead over Bin Drai Karting Team.

Emirates PRO in fine form. Photo: Aaron Meriwether
Emirates PRO in fine form. Photo: Aaron Meriwether

 

LD Russia sits in fifth place overall, comfortably controlling the Corporate and Nations Cup categories.

LD Russia in control of both Corporate and Nations Cup. Photo: Aaron Meriwether
LD Russia in control of both Corporate and Nations Cup. Photo: Aaron Meriwether

 

Cambridge ME Interiors lost advantage of pole position with Emirates PRO moving up from third to take control in the opening laps.  Since then it has been a constant battle between Emirates PRO and Bin Drai Karting Team for the front-runner spot.

Cambridge ME Interiors, TONI-Sport by RAVENOL, Emirates PRO all got the better of Bin Drai Karting Team early on, but the Pro Championship favourite has found the race pace and is now in the hunt for the lead.

Update!  After 150 laps Bin Drai Karting Team has taken over the lead.  More news to follow…

Back in the Driver's Seat: Bin Drai Karting Team. Photo: Aaron Meriwether
Back in the Driver’s Seat: Bin Drai Karting Team. Photo: Aaron Meriwether

 

 

Report: Aaron Meriwether
Photos: Arthur Rosales and Aaron Meriwether

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