XDubai take Cascais GP to put XCAT array in a balance

XDubai take Cascais GP to put XCAT array in a balance

XDubai constructed a flawless opening during a Cascais GP to take a win.

Just one indicate now separates a teams during a tip of a UIM XCAT World Series Standings after an refreshing third turn during a Cascais GP on Sunday.

Having won a opening turn of a Series in February, a Abu Dhabi Team (Rashed Al Tayer and Faleh Al Mansoori) came into a competition as Series leaders. But a bad start and afterwards after engine difficulty saw them trip out of contention, eventually finishing in fifth mark while final year’s winners, XDubai, constructed a flawless opening to take a win.

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The XDubai span of Arif Al Zaffain and Nadir bin Hendi valid chaste as they led from a start, mastering a wily conditions that saw a competition cabinet changing a march only an hour before, and crossed a line first.

T-Bone Station (Giovanni Carpitella and Marco Pennesi) continued their bad run of fitness so distant this season. The Italian twin were in second mark for many of a competition though a remarkable detriment of their energy steering meant they had to desert their follow as it was vulnerable to continue.


Behind them a Yachts twin of Francois Pinelli and Saul Bubacco were intent in a extreme conflict with a Abu Dhabi Team for third spot. It was one they eventually won, with Abu Dhabi pulling only that small bit too tough and eventually succumbing to engine trouble, so slipping down a placings.

The Hoorsenbuhs group of Tomaso Polli and Matteo Nicolini done a many of a opening and pounced on third mark – their second lectern finish of a season. With that, a Italian group have changed into third place altogether in a Series.

XDubai’s Bin Hendi explained after a race, that holding tip mark in a altogether standings was their categorical priority. “We were looking brazen to that. We were calculating a lot this afternoon and we pronounced we wish we could turn series one,” he explained.