Omani star Abdullah Al-Rawahi competes in the last round of the Jordan Rally Championship

The young Omani star Abdullah Al-Rawahi announced his participation in the fourth national rally, the last round of the Jordan Rally Championship, which starts on Friday morning from the Dead Sea area.

The rally consists of Sweimah stages 1,2,3 and Jordan Valley 1 and 2. The total distance of the rally is 263.87 km, of which 65.65 km are special stages, and the rally track is gravel.

Al-Rawahi, who is participating alongside his Jordanian navigator, Atta Al-Hamoud, in a Subaru Impreza, with the support of Sohar International, Al-Manar Financial Investment, Khimji Ramdas Group and Lujaina Mohsen Darwish, conducted a technical inspection of his car at the training center of the Royal Automobile Club, in addition to the administrative audit process.

Al-Rawahi is considered one of the strongest candidates for the title, as he previously won the third round of the championship and is seeking, along with the rest of the drivers, to compete for the title of the third national rally for the RC2, A, B, 1 categories, and the NR4, M2, and T groups, and won more points in the overall standings in the Jordan Championship. for rallies, at the conclusion of its competitions.

Participants in the rally
Omani Abdullah Al-Rawahi and his navigator Atta Al-Hamoud in a Subaru Impreza, Khaled Jumaa and his navigator Yazan Jumaa in an Evo 8, Shadi Shaaban and his navigator Imad Jumaa in an Evo 9, Ihab Al-Sharfa and Mustafa Jumaa in an Evo 9, Tariq Al-Taher and his navigator Samer Issa On board the Evo 6, Amjad Al-Ansawa and his navigator Nabil Kayal in the Evo 7, Sami Fleifel and his navigator Muhammad Atari in the Evo 5, Amir Nassif and his navigator Musa Jahrian in the Subaru Impreza, Shaker Juwaihan and his navigator Nancy Majali in the Evo 6, Asim Aref and his co-driver Ahmed Jankhut in a Renault Clio, Issa Abu Jamous and his co-driver Ghassan Al-Zawaida in an Evo 9, and Al-Hassan Al-Khatib and his navigator Ghaith Qopti in a Toyota Land Cruiser FJ.

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