Hussain Al Kooheji was the undisputed star of the night during Round Four of the BMR 600 one-make motorbike championship.
Al Kooheji topped the timesheets in both Practice and Qualifying and then went on to win both races while also clocking each sprint’s fastest lap.
Al Kooheji won their first 11-lap race in 14mins 00.059secs. He was 6.276secs ahead of runner-up Faisal Ali and 14.191secs in front of third-placer Saleh Alkandari.
Tim Attwood (+36.315secs), Harry Johnston (+38.361s) and Frank Mobitz (+50.388secs) rounded out the top six of the 11 challengers.
Al Kooheji’s fastest lap of the race was 1:15.766.
“Today went very smoothly. Weather conditions were tricky with the wind, but I had a good Practice, a good setup on the bike and Qualifying went well.” – Hussain Al Kooheji
Race Two was not much different on the final timesheet, with Al Kooheji (13:59.063) leading the same trio onto the podium in the same finishing order. Ali was 4.185secs behind and Alkandari 6.324secs.
Emad Shehadeh, Hussain Alaswad and Johnston completed the top six.
Al Kooheji’s fastest lap for Race Two was 1:15.331.
“I did very well in Race One and Race Two. I tried to push from the beginning to make a gap. Overall, the day went well.” – Hussain Al Kooheji