Dubai24 was first hosted in 2006 at the Dubai Autodrome, and it’s open to both professional and semi-professional teams. Over the years we have seen factory-backed teams and drivers competing in the enduro. The race features both a variety of Grand tourer (GT), touring cars as well as specially built silhouette cars from a wide range of marques which are eligible to enter. More and more TCR cars are seen since the TCR Series launched in 2015, mainly because of its relaibility and cost-efficient way to run.

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The 5.39km track at the Dubai Autodrome is one of the most modern in the world; it is also one of the most challenging, as it has a combination of high-speedstraights and technical corners. The circuit contains six different configurations, is designed to allow three circuits to operate simultaneously, safely and independently from each other. The result presents circuit users with unparalleled options.

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The Dubai24 will be hosted on 10th-12th Jan 2019. Teamwork Motorsport will enter with an Audi RS 3 LMS, piloted by Paul Poon, Sunny Wong, Alex Hui, and Alex Fung. tw

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