Another strong performance for Bahraini Hussain Al Kooheji as he managed to claim another double win.
Alkooheji won Race One in 15mins 18.058secs. Alaswad finished 8.064secs back, whie; Saleh Alkandari was third 8.170secs from first. Faisal Ali (+8.547secs), Chris Rabie (+25.209secs) and Abdulghaffar Albastaki (+39.108s) completed the top six of the 12 finishers.
Ali had the race’s best lap time of 1min 15.661secs.
Race Two, Alkooheji secured his double in 13mins 54.724secs. Alaswad was second with a 2.094secs gap, and Alkandari third 6.234secs behind. Ali (+10.055secs), Rabie (+35.934secs) and John Beddall (+36.392secs) finished fourth through sixth, respectively.
Alkooheji registered the best lap of 1min 15.145secs, which is the fastest of the season thus far.
“Things could not have gone any better in terms of results these first two rounds. These wins are fantastic. I’m very happy with them. The championship is going really well, and the other riders are getting better each race so I have to continue to get better as well. Everybody is catching up really quickly." Hussain Al Kooheji