Qatari Al-Attiyah continues to write history and is crowned champion of the Jordan Rally
Qatari driver Nasser Al-Attiyah imposed absolute control over the proceedings of the Jordan International Rally 2021, the second round of the Middle East Rally Championship, setting a new record by winning the rally for the 14th time. Al-Attiyah finished the rally 17: 05.8 minutes ahead of its closest competitor, Kuwaiti driver Mishary Al-Dhafiri. Nasser bin Saleh Al-Attiyah scored with his French navigator Matteo Bommel in a Volkswagen “Polo GTI-R5” the fastest time in all stages of the rally during two days of competitions (ten special stages), which were held within the Dead Sea and Mount Nebo regions, which made He helped him to consolidate his lead in the provisional general ranking of the championship, as he seeks to set a new record this season by winning it for the 17th time in his career, and the rally witnessed the Qatari record his 78th victory in the championship, while his French navigator recorded his 27th victory in it. Kuwaiti driver Mishari Al-Dhafiri (Mitsubishi) finished the rally second in the overall standings, and that was enough for him to win the second category title in the championship dedicated to commercial production cars, known as (Group “N”). Al-Dhafiri started the day with a lead of 40.8 seconds in these The category, and was able to control its competitions after its closest competitor, the Lebanese driver Alex Feghali, decided, in a similar car, to drive cautiously on the last day of the rally in order to maintain the third place in the overall standings, and this is the first podium for the Lebanese in the championship, as he follows in his footsteps His father is the famous driver, Roger Feghali. The drivers are preparing to play the next leg of the Middle East Rally Championship 2021, which will be in Lebanon, with the Lebanon International Rally, which will be held between the third and fifth of September.