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Stunt Formula Drift drivers surprise football fans at Mohamed Bin Zayed Stadium

International urban skills Formula Drift drivers Michael Essa and Tony Brakiohapa surprised and amazed the crowed of the Friday Al Jazeera V. Al Sharjah football match as they exited the Mohamed Bin Zayed stadium in Abu Dhabi. Both drivers showcased their exceptional skills in a live drifting demonstration session just outside the football stadium, performing expert manoeuvres with remarkable precision and leaving the football fans with an unexpected treat.


The drivers will be displaying their skills at the Formula Drift event at Yas Marina Circuit on 25 February. Tickets to Formula Drift at Yas Marina Circuit start from AED 50, Children aged 12 and under are free when accompanied by a General Admission or Premium ticket holder.

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