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24H DUBAI 2018

11-12-13 January 2018

ENTRY LIST

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CLASSSNTEAMCOUNTRY
A6-PRO2Black Falcon
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Germany
A6-PRO3Black Falcon
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Germany
A6-PRO5Ram Racing
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
England
A6-PRO8Lambda Performance
Ford GT3 Lambda (5300cc)
Germany
A6-PRO9BWT Mücke Motorsport
Audi R8 LMS (5200cc)
Germany
A6-PRO12Manthey Racing
Porsche 991 GT3 R (4000cc)
Germany
A6-PRO20D'station Racing
Porsche 991 GT3 R (4000cc)
Japan
A6-PRO66Attempto Racing
Lamborghini Huracán GT3 (5200cc)
Germany
A6-PRO96Optimum Motorsport
Audi R8 LMS (5200cc)
England
A6-PRO777MS7 by WRT
Audi R8 LMS (5200cc)
Saudi Arabia
A6-PRO964GRT Grasser Racing Team
Lamborghini Huracán GT3 (5200cc)
Austria
A6-AM1Hofor-Racing
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Switzerland
A6-AM7Black Falcon
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Germany
A6-AM16SPS automotive performance
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Germany
A6-AM18V8 Racing
Chevrolet Corvette C6-ZR1 (5500cc)
Netherlands
A6-AM19MP Motorsport
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Netherlands
A6-AM24SPS automotive performance
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Germany
A6-AM25HTP Motorsport
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Germany
A6-AM27GP Extreme
Renault RS01 GT3 (3800cc)
United Arab Emirates
A6-AM28GP Extreme
Renault RS01 GT3 (3800cc)
United Arab Emirates
A6-AM33Car Collection Motorsport
Audi R8 LMS (5200cc)
Germany
A6-AM34Car Collection Motorsport
Audi R8 LMS (5200cc)
Germany
A6-AM85PROsport Performance
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Germany
A6-AM911Herberth Motorsport
Porsche 991 GT3 R (4000cc)
Germany
A6-AM963GRT Grasser Racing Team
Lamborghini Huracán GT3 (5200cc)
Austria
A6-AM991Gulf Racing Japan
Porsche 991 GT3 R (4000cc)
Japan
SPX10Leipert Motorsport
Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo (5200cc)
Germany
SPX37Tsunami R.T.
Porsche 991 Cup MR II (4000cc)
Ukraine
SPX77GDL Racing Team Asia
Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo (5200cc)
Singapore
SPX87GDL Racing Middle East
Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo (5200cc)
United Arab Emirates
SPX88Speed Lover
Porsche 991 Cup MR I (4000cc)
Belgium
SPX89MRS GT-Racing
Porsche 991-II (modified) (4000cc)
Germany
991-PRO62FACH AUTO TECH
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Switzerland
991-PRO63race:pro motorsport
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Germany
991-PRO82RScar Motorsport
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
Russia
991-AM26MRS GT-Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Germany
991-AM61FACH AUTO TECH
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Switzerland
991-AM67race:pro motorsport
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Germany
991-AM69MSG HRT Motorsport
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
Germany
991-AM79Speed Lover
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
Belgium
991-AM90MRS GT-Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Germany
991-AM95Duel Racing
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
Lebanon
991-AM111track-club
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
England
991-AM187Raceunion
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
United Arab Emirates
SP258VDS Racing Adventures
MARC Focus V8 (5000cc)
Belgium
SP260LAMERA-CUP
Lamera Cup (2500cc)
France
SP278Speed Lover
Porsche 991-I (Speed Lover) (3800cc)
Belgium
SP2201CCS Racing
KTM X-BOW (2000cc)
Germany
SP2246KTM MMotorsport Australia
KTM X-BOW (2000cc)
Australia
GT440Brookspeed International Motorsport
Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR (3800cc)
England
GT484Team RACE SCOUT by Winward / HTP Motorsport
Mercedes-AMG GT R SP-X (4000cc)
Germany
GT4233Besagroup Racing
Mercedes-AMG GT R SP-X (4000cc)
Germany
GT4239Perfection Racing Europe
Ginetta G55 GT4 Evo 2017 (3700cc)
Denmark
GT4241ALFAB Racing
McLaren 570S GT4 (3800cc)
Sweden
GT4247PHOENIX RACING
Audi R8 LMS GT (5200cc)
Germany
GT4248PHOENIX RACING
Audi R8 LMS GT (5200cc)
Germany
GT4252Sorg Rennsport
BMW M4 GT4 (3000cc)
Germany
GT4264BLACK FALCON Team TMD Friction
Mercedes-AMG GT R SP-X (4000cc)
Germany
GT42683Y Technology
BMW M4 GT4 (3000cc)
France
GT42693Y Technology
BMW M4 GT4 (3000cc)
France
TCR55Atech - DXB
Seat Leon TCR V2 DSG (2000cc)
United Arab Emirates
TCR57LAP57 Motorsports
Audi RS3 LMS DSG (2000cc)
United Arab Emirates
TCR99RKC/TGM Motorsport
Honda Civic TCR FK7 (H70) (2000cc)
England
TCR112Stanco&Tanner Motorsport by Autorama Wetzikon
Audi RS3 LMS DSG (2000cc)
Switzerland
TCR115Bonk Motorsport
Audi RS3 LMS DSG (2000cc)
Germany
TCR125Bas Koeten Racing
Audi RS3 LMS DSG (2000cc)
Netherlands
TCR127Bonk Motorsport
Audi RS3 LMS DSG (2000cc)
Germany
TCR129LMS Racing by Bas Koeten Racing
Seat LCR TCR V3 DSG (2000cc)
Finland
TCR130Liqui Moly Team Engstler
Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR SEQ (2017) (2000cc)
Germany
TCR212Stanco&Tanner Motorsport by Autorama Wetzikon
Seat LCR TCR V3 DSG (2000cc)
Switzerland
TCR216Modena Motorsports
Seat Leon TCR V3 SEQ (2000cc)
Hong Kong
TCR303Red Camel-Jordans.nl
Seat LCR TCR V3 DSG (2000cc)
Netherlands
TCR308Team Altran Peugeot
Peugeot 308 Racing Cup (1600cc)
France
TCR888AC Motorsport
Audi RS3 LMS SEQ (2000cc)
Belgium
TCR908Team Altran Peugeot
Peugeot 308 Racing Cup (1600cc)
France
SP371Cor Euser Racing
BMW M3 (3200cc)
Netherlands
SP3178CWS Engineering
Ginetta G55 (3700cc)
England
SP3229Century Motorsport
Ginetta G55 (3700cc)
England
SP3232Optimum Motorsport
Ginetta G55 (3700cc)
England
SP3237LAMERA-CUP
Lamera Cup (2500cc)
France
SP3238LAMERA-CUP
Lamera Cup (2500cc)
France
SP3278CWS
Ginetta G55 (3700cc)
England
SP3786Scangrip Racing
BMW 335i (3000cc)
Denmark
CUP1131Hofor Racing powered by Bonk Motorsport
BMW M235i Racing Cup (3000cc)
Germany
CUP1151Sorg Rennsport
BMW M235i Racing Cup (3000cc)
Germany
CUP1152Sorg Rennsport
BMW M235i Racing Cup (3000cc)
Germany
CUP1154QSR Racingschool
BMW M235i Racing Cup (3000cc)
Belgium
CUP1235DUWO Racing
BMW M235i Racing Cup (3000cc)
Luxembourg
A2162Ciceley Motorsport
Renault Clio Cup IV (1600cc)
England
A2164Ciceley Motorsport
Renault Clio Cup IV (1600cc)
England
A2171Jönsson Consulting
Peugeot RCZ (1600cc)
Denmark
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TIME SCHEDULE

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REPORT

Black Falcon takes outright win at the Hankook 24H DUBAI in 2018
The Black Falcon Mercedes-AMG GT3 (#2, Abdulaziz Al Faisal / Hubert Haupt / Yelmer Buurman / Gabriele Piana) has won the 2018 Hankook 24H DUBAI, the 13th running of the annual event that, at one point, had looked likely to be won by the sister #3 entry.

Abdulaziz Al Faisal drove the #2 Mercedes-AMG across the finish line after completing 606 laps of the 5.39km Dubai Autodrome. The result continues the event’s domination by German manufacturers and cements Buurman, Haupt and Al Faisal as dual winners of the Hankook 24H DUBAI following their first victory together in 2015 with Black Falcon.

“I can’t express how happy I am!” explained Al Faisal. “My thanks to my team and my teammates, it’s been an amazing job from everyone. I’ve done this for 11 years now, and finally I’ve won it for a second time. It was a bit harder this year, the competition has grown, but I’m really happy to be here!”

The overall 24H GT and A6-Pro leaders finished just two laps ahead of the Manthey Racing Porsche 991 GT3 R (#12, Otto Klohs / Lars Kern / Mathieu Jaminet / Sven Müller), which replicated the runners-up spot it achieved at the same event 12 months earlier. Incredibly, the GRT Grasser Racing Team Lamborghini Huracán GT3 (#964, Mark Ineichen / Rolf Ineichen / Christian Engelhart / Mirko Bortolotti) finished just five seconds further back, completing the overall top three and A6-Pro podium in the process. The Lamborghini had qualified on the 24H GT pole position, but would fall to the back of the pack in the opening stages thanks to three successive punctures.

The SPS automotive performance Mercedes-AMG GT3 (#16, Valentin Pierburg / Tim Müller / Lance-David Arnold / Dominik Baumann) was the fastest A6-Am runner in 4th place overall, finishing just one lap ahead of the V8 Racing Chevrolet Corvette C6-ZR1 (#18, Luc Braams / Duncan Huisman / Alex van t'Hoff / Rick Abresch / Finlay Hutchison). The HTP Motorsport Mercedes-AMG GT3 (#25, Alexander Hrachowina / Indy Dontje / Bernd Schneider / Martin Konrad / Brice Bosi) had led the class until its fuel cap worked itself loose, coinciding with gearbox problems, but recovered to complete the A6-Am podium. Reigning Champions of the Continents Herberth Motorsport (#911, Daniel Allemann / Ralf Bohn / Robert Renauer / Alfred Renauer / Dennis Olsen) could do no better than 4th in-class thanks to power steering failure at an event the #911 Porsche 991 GT3 R won outright last year with Formula 1 Toro Rosso driver Brendon Hartley at the wheel.

In the newly segregated 991-Pro class, the FACH AUTO TECH Porsche 991-II Cup (#62, Matt Campbell / Julien Andlauer / Thomas Preining / Jens Richter) took class victory ahead of category polesitters race:pro motorsport (#63, Stanislav Minsky / Murad Sultanov / Klaus Bachler / David Jahn / Nicholas Foster) and Porsche 991-I Cup (#82, Artem Soloviev / Vadim Meshcheriakov / Denis Gromov / Roman Rusinov). The second race:pro motorsport entry (#67, James Thorpe / Sean Mc Inerney / Phil Quaife / Claudio Cappelli) fared better in 911-Am, taking category honours ahead of the MRS GT-Racing Porsche 991-II Cup (#26, Stephen Grove / Bertram Hornung / Matthias Jeserich / Glenn van Parijs). Former 24H SERIES champions Duel Racing (#95, Ramzi Moutran / Nabil Moutran / Sami Moutran / Jules Westwood) completed the 911-Am podium, two laps further adrift.

After several years away from the 24H SERIES powered by Hankook, Tsunami R.T. (#37, Andrii Kruglyk / Come Ledogar / Oleksandr Gaidai / Alessio Rovera) made a successful return to the series with its Porsche 991 Cup MR II, pulling a 21-lap gap over the MRS GT-Racing Porsche 991-II (#89, Helmut Rödig / Georg Bernsteiner / Altfrid Heger / Christopher Zöchling) in the process to take SPX category honours. Further back, the category pole sitting Leipert Motorsport Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo (#10, Oliver Webb / Lim Keong Wee / Melvin Moh / Aleksander Schjerpen / Tadas Volbikas) secured the final spot on the category podium, just ahead of last year’s class winner’s GDL Racing Team Middle East.

The VDS Racing Adventures MARC Focus V8 (#58, Raphaël van der Straten / Karim Al Azari / Grégory Paisse / Wolfgang Haugg / José Close) got its SP2 title defence off to a good start with class victory ahead of the CCS Racing KTM X-BOW (#201, Charel Arendt / Holger Baumgartner / Tom Kieffer / Uwe Schmidt) and the Speed Lover Porsche 991-I (#78, Dominique Bastien / Jesus Diez / Carlos Rivas / Bob Wilwert), while the only other KTM X-BOW in the field – that of KTM MMotorsport Australia – suffered mechanical woes that ultimately dropped the #246 X-BOW to 5th in-class in-sight of the chequered flag.  

Phoenix Racing meanwhile secured a provisional GT4 1-2 finish with its pair of brand new Audi R8 LMS GTs, a strong result on the category’s 24H SERIES debut. The #248 entry (Philip Ellis / Joonas Lappalainen / Gosia Rdest / John-Louis Jasper) finished ahead of the #247 R8 LMS GT (Adderly Fong / Marchy Lee / Shaun Wei Fung Thong / Darryl O’Young / Charles Kwan) with both pulling away from BLACK FALCON Team TMD Friction Mercedes-AMG GT R SP-X (#264, Kevin Wing Kin Tse / Jonathan Hui / Antares Au / Frank Yu) throughout the night. 

The first ever endurance race for the McLaren 570S GT4 would come to an early end when the ALFAB Racing entry (#241, Erik Behrens / Daniel Ros / Fredrik Ros / Anders Lewin) would retire with turbocharger failure. The most high profile retirements of the 24H SERIES powered by Hankook season opener, however, involved a collision between the Black Falcon Mercedes-AMG GT3 (#3, Khaled Al Qubaisi / Jeroen Bleekemolen / Luca Stolz / Manuel Metzger) and the Mercedes of reigning Teams’ and A6 champions Hofor-Racing )  (#1, Michael Kroll / Chantal Kroll / Roland Eggimann / Kenneth Heyer / Christiaan Frankenhout). The Black Falcon Mercedes had led 198 laps until that point and looked set for victory but a collision under braking meant both would retire on the spot.


​Liqui Moly Team Engstler opens 24H TCE season with first win
The Liqui Moly Team Engstler Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR (#130, Luca Engstler / Florian Thoma / Benjamin Leuchter / Jean Karl Vernay) meanwhile continued Germany’s domination of the Hankook 24H DUBAI by securing the team its first series victory at the Dubai Autodrome.

The German-based outfit ultimately finished ahead of the LMS Racing by Bas Koeten Racing SEAT Leon TCR (#129, Olli Kangas / Kari-Pekka Laaksonen / Antti Buri / Willem Meijer) and the Bonk Motorsport Audi RS3 LMS (#115, Hermann Bock / Max Partl / Rainer Partl / Volker Piepmeyer / Michael Bonk) in a TCR podium lockout that also saw three different manufacturers finish in the top three. The dual Peugeot 308 Racing Cup entries of reigning TCR champions Team Altran Peugeot meanwhile would finish line-abreast two places further back, the #308 entry (Guillaume Roman / Olivier Baron / Michael Carlsen / Kim Holmgaard) leading the sister #908 (Lionel Amrouche / Cyril Calmon / Henrik Sørensen / Aram Martroussian) over the line.

Further back, the CWS Engineering Ginetta G55 (#178, Colin White / Jac Constable / Simon Murray / Bradley Liebenberg) would secure SP3 class victory, and would be the first of two entries from the British outfit to finish on the podium. The second, #278 (Adam Hayes / Steven Wells / James May / Paul May) would finish 3rd in-class after a tumultuous race, while LAMERA-CUP (#238, Nicolas Beraud / Fabien Delaplace / Laurent Piguet / Stephane Pasquet) would split the pair in 2nd place. 24H TCE polesitters Century Motorsport (#229, Nathan Freke / Jon Barnes / Mark Farmer / Dominic Paul) would drop to 4th in-class after early mechanical issues. 

Further back in CUP1, Hofor-Racing powered by Bonk Motorsport (#131, Martin Kroll / Michael Schrey / Michael Fischer / Bernd Küpper / Gustav Engljähringer) would head an all-BMW M235i Racing Cup category podium ahead of Sorg Rennsport (#151, Stephan Epp / Fabian Danz / Kris Richard / Josh Caygill / Yannick Mettler) and QSR Racingschool (#154, Jimmy de Breucker / Mario Timmers / Rodrigue Gillion / Tom Boonen / Simon Klemund).

Propping up the field, the Ciceley Motorsport Renault Clio Cup IV (#162, Adam Morgan / Max Bird / Frank Bird / Jake Giddings) successfully completed its debut 24-hour endurance race with victory in the A2 class, just ahead of the 2017 A2 championship-winning Jönsson Consulting Peugeot RCZ (#171, Søren Jönsson / Lars Mogensen / Niels Nyboe / Christian Hansen / Kasper Bruun). Bouncing back from early collision damage, the second Ciceley Motorsport entry (#164, Max Coates / Harald Rettich / Adam Hatfield / Steffan Jusjong) completed the A2 podium.

One notable retirement from the 24H TCE SERIES powered by Hankook season opener in Dubai was the only Honda Civic TCR in the field, run by RKC/TGM Motorsport (#99, Ricky Coomber / Thomas Gannon / David Drinkwater / Umair Khan), which retired prematurely with a broken head gasket on its competitive world debut.

CREVENTIC’s 2018 endurance racing program will continue in just a few weeks time in the UK, as the 24H TCE SERIES powered by Hankook gears up for the Hankook 24H SILVERSTONE on 9-10-11 March. The 24H GT will also be back in action that weekend with the supporting Hankook 12H SILVERSTONE for GT and Prototype machinery alike. Further information can be found at www.24hseries.com.
FULL REPORT

CIRCUIT

DUBAI AUTODROME
Location: 25 minutes from central Dubai
Circuit direction:Clockwise
Circuit length:5390 meters
Number of turns:16
Address: Dubai Autodrome, Business Park, PO Box 24649, Dubai
www.dubaiautodrome.com | Location Map | Getting to Dubai Autodrome

The 5.39km track at the Dubai Autodrome is one of the most modern in the world; it is also one of the most challenging, as it has a combination of high-speedstraights and technical corners. The venue is part of the Union Properties Motorcity development in the greater Dubailand area. The circuit, which contains six different configurations, is designed to allow three circuits to operate simultaneously, safely and independently from each other. The result presents circuit users with unparalleled options.

The circuit was designed to meet the strictest safety requirements and is the first FIA-sanctioned circuit to incorporate wide asphalt run-off areas. The digital surveillance system provides complete coverage of all areas of the track and is linked to the Race/Safety control room for monitoring and saving on hard disk recorders.

GENERAL CIRCUIT MAP | PADDOCK LAYOUT


FACILITIES
Most facilities are housed in a two-storey ultra modern complex facing the grandstand. These facilities include Pit Complex, Race/Safety Control Room, Timekeeping Room, Media Centre, VIP Suite and Stewards Room. A world-class Medical Centre is situated behind the Pitarea for track emergencies during major events.

The CCTV system provides complete coverage of all areas of the track and is linked to the Race/Safety control room for monitoring. This means that incidents along the track during a race or event can be reviewed by the Clerk of the Course.

The Media Centre is fully equipped with individual ISDN lines, computers and fax machines for the local and international press, while the Pit Complex encompasses 30 individual team garages. At the rear of the Pits is a traditional racing paddock for team staff and hospitality.

The Dubai Autodrome offers a one-of-a-kind facility for VIPs to enjoy motor racing in a regal setting. The luxuriously appointed VIP Suites offers a spectacular view of the thrilling action with cars passing only meters away.
 
Refuelling
There will be a central fuel station available at the Dubai Autodrome. This means that you do NOT need to bring any refuelling equipment.

Specific for the Hankook 24H DUBAI:

  • Location: the refueling area at the end of the pit lane
  • Number of pumps: there will be 8 petrol pumps and 8 diesel pumps available

What you need to know:

  • All vehicles must be able to refuel directly with a commercial type hose as used in usual service stations
  • You only need to make sure your fuel inlet is prepared to refuel with a standard (commercial) fuel-pump-pistol. Therefore: the refuelling orifices of the tanks must be equipped for this operation.
  • The use of adaptors or filler bottles is strictly forbidden
  • The use of extra ventilation during refueling is only allowed in conjunction with a (ATL) vent-bottle
  • During the complete refueling operation, the windows and doors on both sides (left and right) need to be closed.
  • The team need to have TWO team members available at the refueling station during each refueling operation
    This is required to push the car away in case the engine will not start after the refueling operation. It is also allowed to assist the refueling operation by one or two own team member(s). IN THIS CASE THE (1 OR 2) TEAM MEMBERS MUST WEAR FLAMEPROOF OVERALLS, GLOVES AND BALACLAVAS.
  • Refueling will take place on basis, first come first refuel
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TRANSPORT




TRANSPORT TO DUBAI

How does this all work and what are your best options ?

More than a decade Creventic is organising overseas 24H endurance races.
 
We have a broad knowledge of Freight, and Creventic can assist and offer you a variety of possibilities together with our reliable Logistics partner SEL.

Sea freight – Ports and loading dates
You can bring your car and equipment to an assigned loading warehouse or deliver your container straight to the terminal.
Standard transport of 1 car and 2 pallets of equipment is already included in your entry fee and we will take care of all your custom formality and paperwork.
 
Additional transport options are available if required.

Please have a look how Bas Koeten is loading their container: https://bit.ly/2AQ2MBE
 
Loading dates MIDDLE EAST ENDURANCE SERIES
6H DUBAI
25 December Rotterdam port
30 December London gateway
26 December Genoa
 
Loading dates MIDDLE EAST ENDURANCE SERIES
4H ABU DHABI
8 January Rotterdam
6 January London Gateway
2 January Genoa
 
Loading dates MIDDLE EAST ENDURANCE SERIES
10H DUBAI  
15 January Rotterdam
6 January London Gateway
2 January Genoa
 
Loading dates Hankook 24H DUBAI 2019
for sea freight and standard ports
Standard transport option included in the entry fee
5 December Rotterdam port
   
Other transport options
28 November London gateway
 
24 November La Spezia
 
On request Other international ports
 
Prices and transport options


Trucking from / to your workshop - optional
For teams who would like to load the container at their workshop we can offer the following option:
Containers will be brought to your workshop and after loading by the team the container will go directly to the port. Be aware we can only do this for shared or exclusive containers loaded at your workshop. ( there is no warehouse option in London and La Spezia). It is possible to receive the container at your workshop to load. We can arrange the trucking for you at additional charges. Just send your workshop address to : gengler@creventic.com

Below an indication of the trucking cost*. Fee loading time is 1 hour. Extra hours will be charged with 80 euro per hour.
 
  Trucking cost* - optional  
Km Team warehouse to port Bremerhaven or Antwerp /
without side loader container will stay on chassis
Team warehouse to port Bremerhaven or Antwerp /
with side loader container will be grounded
<150 km 500 euro* 650 euro*
<300 km 800 euro* 1100 euro*
<500 km 1100 euro* 1350 euro*
<1000 km 2300 euro* 2600 euro*

How does the loading at an assigned warehouse work?
A container is placed by Creventic at a loading dock so it is easy for teams to load their assigned container with their car and equipment. Once the team loaded and lashed everything, Creventic’s Logistics partner SEL will take care of all custom formalities and the shipment to Dubai, including grounding at the paddock of Dubai Autodrome.
 
Documents required
Teams only require to fill out a packing list. The form will be send to the teams by Creventic.
 
Opening the container at Dubai Autodrome and return freight
Once teams can access the Dubai Autodrome according to the official time schedule, they can unload their container and start their preparation for the race.
Containers stay at the paddock for the duration of the complete event. They can be used as storage or sleeping.

Directly after the event, teams can load their containers and we will arrange the sea freight back including customs formalities.
 
Sea freight back to Europe
Europe, arrival approx. February 20th. Teams can unload the containers again at the SAME warehouse available in Europe as per departure. Any other option available upon individual request and quote.
 
Sea freight back after 24H MIDDLE EAST
If you will race the Hankook MIDDLE EAST CHAMPIONSHIP as well, your container stays in Dubai. Creventic can arrange trucking between Dubai Autodrome and Yas Marina circuit and back to Dubai Autodrome for 500 euro. For teams participating this series a workshop at the Dubai Autodrome is available to work on the car between the races. Teams will arrive back in Europe around March 21st or March 14th in Greece.

Air freight
What if your car is not ready in time? There is always the option to air freight the car and/or equipment. Please send an email to  gengler@creventic.com  with the full dimensions of the cars - Length, width, height, wheelbase & weight, and we will prepare you a quote.

Transport Insurance
Transport insurance for the sea freight can be arranged by Creventic.
Cost will be 0,6% of the total value of the car and equipment +130 euro administration/ custom cost.
 
The transport insurance will cover the following: Damage, fire, sinking of the vessel or any others that will be covered by the transport insurance. Without a transport insurance these points aren’t covered.
 
*all prices are subject to changes
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