Oman to host super car challenge

Super Cars Club Arabia challenge to be held in Oman following European success

Super Cars Club Arabia challenge to be held in Oman.
Super Cars Club Arabia challenge to be held in Oman.

The Super Cars Club Arabia Challenge is set to be held from January 23 to 28 2016 in Muscat, Oman, according to the Oman Ministry of Tourism.

Event organizers "Super Cars Club Arabia", noted the Omanaya tour gathers the region’s premiere exotic automobile enthusiasts in an exciting circuit that will bring them from the Sultanate’s capital to the UAE.

The tour will start in Oman, where most of the 1,200 km driving will be completed before concluding in the emirate Dubai.

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The participants of the course will drive from Muscat and pass through the Sultanate’s other key destinations, such as Sur and Nizwa, before crossing the UAE border and heading to Al Ain and Abu Dhabi.

A lead car and a follow car tasked with monitoring the accepted speed limit will be dispatched to manage the drivers.

Omanaya was organized following the overwhelming response Super Cars Club Arabia received for its Euroabia tour which was held in August 2015 to several European countries including the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Monaco and a number of other countries.

Oman Ministry of Tourism is eager to promote such events as it highlights the country’s strong infrastructure as well as many notable natural and cultural attractions.

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