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UAE National Khaled Al Qubaisi celebrated his first ever motor racing win on Friday at Yas Marina Circuit

UAE National Khaled Al Qubaisi celebrated his first ever motor racing win on Friday at Yas Marina Circuit.  On his home track, Khaled took out first place in the penultimate round of the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East; coming through with the victory he had promised fans earlier in the week.  Saudi Arabians Bandar Alesayi of Alesayi Racing team and Fahad Algosaibi from ClassicArabia Racing came in second and third respectively.

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Budapest, Hungary

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