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Abdulaziz Al Faisal drove the #2 Mercedes-AMG across the finish line after completing 606 laps of the 5.39km Dubai Autodrome
After four hours, last year’s Dubai race winners Herberth Motorsport are leading outright with the Porsche 911 GT3 R (#991
Lamborghini factory driver Mirko Bortolotti set a new qualifying record lap time of 1m56.716s around the 5.390 kilometres long Dubai Autodrome.
Felipe Drugovich built up a sizeable lead in the 2017/18 MRF Challenge standings after winning the penultimate Dubai race on Saturday.
Indonesia’s Presley Martono claimed pole position for the second round of MRF Challenge in Dubai, edging out series leader Felipe Drugovich by just 0.034s in a tightly-contested qualifying.
The cars built at Opera and managed on track under the banner of GE-Force have reached the top-10 in both races
Pepe Oriola makes a stunning start to capture the lead and maintain his position to the flag
This will be the first time that both the TCR International Series and Craft-Bamboo Racing has competed at the Dubai Autodrome
Three titles are still on offer in the final event
India's seasoned GT racer Armaan Ebrahim made his Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East championship debut, driving the #24 Huracan alongside longtime partner Dilantha Malagamuwa.
The duo of Parth Ghorpade and Jack Bartholomew claimed double points finish in second round of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East championship.
Two further AMG Customer Sport Teams finish in the top ten in the Dubai Autodrome in the desert and also score a class win with the #1 Hofor Racing Mercedes-AMG GT3.
2015 FIA World Endurance champion Brendon Hartley won the first 24-hour race of his career as Herberth Motorsport swept to a comfortable victory in the Dubai 24 Hours.
Former F1 driver Robert Kubica has revealed he plans to enter more endurance races in 2017 after racing in the Dubai 24 Hours this weekend.
Some ten minutes into the session, Jeroen Bleekemolen was the first driver to post a lap time under 1m58s and with that time, he remained on top of the time sheets.
Jann Mardenborough, Ricardo Sanchez, Romain Sarazin and this year's international winner Johnny Guindi will compete in the SP3-GT4 class aboard a Nissan 370Z GT4.
New championship leader Joey Mawson won the final race of MRF Challenge weekend in Dubai, after title rivals Mick Schumacher and Harrison Newey retired.
Harrison Newey took his second MRF Challenge win of the Dubai weekend in the third race, surviving a safety car restart due to a collision on the opening lap.