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Last round of the season for Qatar Road Racing Championships
Last round of the season for Qatar Road Racing Championships

Qatar International Road Racing Championship (QIRRCH) comes to the end of the season this weekend at Losail International Circuit. With the championship title already decided in the previous round for Alex Cudlin, the seventh round of the championship will decide the runner up of the championship with four riders fighting for this position: Nina Prinz, Saeed Al Sulaiti, Mashel Al Naimi and Nasser Al Malki.

There are only 13 points between Nina Prinz, the second in the standings with 143 points and Nasser Al Malki, the fifth classified with 130.

The german rider, Nina Prinz, will push very hard to be back at the podium again. In the last race, the QMMF team rider changed her bike from Suzuki to Kawasaki and as she didn't have enough data about the bike, she had some problems to find the right set up of the bike and didn't make a good result. The BMW riders and Moto2 riders in the Spanish Championship, Al Sulaiti and Al Malki, are ready to fight for the podium and get as much points as possible. The Qatari rider Nasser Al Malki won the last race two weeks ago with a great performance and hopes to repeat this excellent result.

In the last round of the championship, the second race of the weekend had to be cancelled due to the weather conditions and it will take place tomorrow Friday at 22:10

Together with the QIRRCH, there will be the fifth and also last round of Losail Asian Road Racing Series (LARRS) with the championship title to be decided this weekend. The leader of the championship is the Indian rider Rajini Krishnan with 113 points and Deepak Ravikumar also from India is second with 107 points. The female rider Nikolett Kovacs from Hungary is third with 88 points.

Regarding the cars, this weekend there will be also the last round for the Qatar National Road Racing Championship season. In Open class, the Qatari driver Abdulaziz Abdulla needs only 3 points to get the championship. The Porsche drivers is leading the standings with 46 points and the Australian driver Talal Wehbe is second with 39 points. The third classified is Pavel Nedobity with 24 points.

In the Production class, the leader of this category is Nasser Sheghail Al Abdulla with 28 points and  Sail Al Naimi is second with 23 points.

QIRRCH standings:

    Alex Cudlin  244 points
    Nina Prinz 143 points
    Saeed Al Sulaiti 137 points
    Mashel Al Naimi 132 points
    Nasser Al Malki 130 points
    Ahmed Al Muyini 93 points

LARRS standings:

    Rajini Krishnan 113 points
    Deepak Ravikumar 107 points
    Nikolett Kovacs 88 points
    Mohd Reihan 82 points
    Walid Benterki 81 points

Points distribution:

1st 25 points
2nd  20 points
3rd  16 points
4th  13 points
5th  11 points

Open class:

    Abdulaziz Abdulla 46 points
    Talal Wehbe 39 points
    Pavel Nedobity 24 points

Production class:

    Nasser Al Abdulla 28 points
    Saif Al Naimi 23 points
    Peter De Vido 16 points
    David Walker 16 points

Points distribution:

1st 10 points
2nd  8 points
3rd  6 points
4th 5 points
5th  4 points

Posted by : Dubai PR Network Editorial Team
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Posted on : Thursday, June 20, 2013  7:37:00 PM UAE local time (GMT+4)
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