Motorsport fans are in for a wild ride as Bahrain International Circuit is scheduled to host eight adrenaline-pumping rounds of Burnout over the next several weekends in Sakhir.
Burnout is one of the most popular events held annually during the holy month of Ramadan at “The Home of Motorsport in the Middle East”, but this year there will be twice the action in response to the huge public demand.
A large group of drivers are expected to line up and take part in Burnout while BIC is all set to welcome spectators in the hundreds.
Action on Friday will be held from 6pm and continue until 10pm along BIC car parks numbered three to six.
Those interested in taking part may register from 4pm onwards at car parks one and two.
Entrants must meet specific eligibility criteria to take part and pay an entry fee of BD7 per driver. Those wishing to get a taste of the action as a passenger may do so for a fee of BD4. Spectators will be able to watch all the action free of charge.
Burnout is open to motorsport enthusiasts of all skill levels. It offers a unique kind of thrill including the sight of rapidly rising white smoke and the smell of burning rubber.
For more information call the BIC Hotline on +973-17-450000.