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Giti ready to race in the Middle East for the first time

Giti Tire excited to make 'international race Middle East debut with high-powered Formula 3 action at the Dubai Autodrome'

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Giti Tire says its exclusive tyre provider sponsorship of the Formula 3 Asian Championship Series means it will make its racing debut in the UAE next month.

The championship features races held on January 10-11 in Dubai and January 17-18 in Abu Dhabi.

“Combining performance, safety, and efficiency, this FIA approved series provides great opportunities for these top performers to join Formula 2 and even Formula 1 competition in the future. Only the top quality of tires can be accepted to take on the challenge to grow with these top motorsports drivers,” explained Giti Tire in a statement.

“During its successful 2019 F3 season, Giti’s GitiCompete GTR1 tires received very positive feedback from race organizers and drivers, as the series brought itself to major F1-host race tracks in Japan, Malaysia, China, and Thailand. In 2020, Giti will continue to provide branding and GitiCompete GTR1 tires to dozens of drivers from 11 countries and four continents.

“After kicking off the new season with successful racing action in Malaysia on December 14-15, Giti Tire is now excited to make its international race Middle East debut with high-powered Formula 3 action at the Dubai Autodrome and Yas Marina Circuit in the United Arab Emirates, followed by additional tracks at Sepang, Malaysia and Buriam, Thailand. ”

With the growing Formula 3 Asian series gaining more prominence, Giti added the it was honoured to, “be part of ‘Powering up Tomorrow’s Racing Leaders’ in their quests for continued success.”

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Stephen White was formerly editor of Big Project ME.
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