Al Kooheji made local motor racing history as the first-ever winner of the all-new BMR 600 Championship
Hussain Al Kooheji led the way in both free practice and qualifying and then powered to a fine win in Race One, where he took the chequered flag in 14mins 05.431secs. Al Kooheji also clocked the fastest lap of 1min 16.249secs.
Saleh Al Kandari was the runner-up in the 11-lap sprint 8.916secs behind, while Hussain Al Aswad finished 14.936s back for third place.
Faisal Ali (+21.914secs), Emad Shehadeh (+30.183secs), Chris Rabie (+52.074secs), Tim Attwood (+1min 02.684secs) and David Wynne (+1min 09.843secs) completed the top eight, while the rest of the field saw Thamer Ibrahim, Harry Johnston, Frank Mobitz and Abdulghaffar Albastaki in ninth through 12th place, respectively.
In Race two, Al Kooheji won in 14mins 07.131secs – just 4.417secs ahead of second-placer Al Aswad, who had the best lap of the race of 1min 16.026secs.
Ali improved to a podium position in third place 8.123secs behind the victor, while Shehadeh (+35.071secs), Rabie (+41.916secs) and Wynne (+55.251secs) were all in the top six.
The rest of the field featured Al Bastaki, Attwood, Johnston and Mobitz, with Al Kandari not being classified.