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Bahrain Superbike Championship goes International

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Thu, 08 Mar 2018
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Bahrain Superbike Championship Season 3 has made it International for the first time making it the first Bahraini owned championship to spread across other circuits. 

The Bahrain Superbike Championship which is the brainchild of Abdulrahaman AlMoayed and Hussain AlKooheji both co-founders of MotoGulf the company that owns BSBK has implemented Round 4 of the 2017-2018 season at Dubai Autodrome in February of this year which added a new dimension to the championship. 

The race was directed by five times superbike champion and FIM Licensed Hussain AlKooheji. 

“BSBK Round 4 has been very exciting to all of us as we export a Bahraini Championship into new grounds giving the riders a new challenge and a new flavor to the spectators. The excellent feedback that we have received from the officials, riders and spectators assured us that we are growing in the right path and we will continue to do so with more exciting surprises to be shared in the next few months about the next season!” 

Djion Compton(UK) took the winners trophy for the first time in both the races while the Saudi Ahmed AlMuyini finished second followed by Wesley Pearce(UK) in both races. 

“There’s a noticeable change in timings among riders this round compared to the races held in Bahrain International Circuit, it was sure a new environment for our riders and we can see the impact on the standings. 

We would like to thank Dubai Autodrome and all our partners for all the support. I’m very proud to see BSBK go global and get all the adulation it is receiving’’ Abdulrahaman Almoayed, Co-founder Motogulf said.

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