Enoc Lubricants powers Arab Run
Dubai, April 22, 2008
Enoc Lubricants supported recently-held Arab Run, in which a lineup of the most coveted sports cars blazed across the roads of the country.
Arab Run provided a high-octane blend of speed, fun, excitement, and entertainment to the UAE’s car-crazy crowd. Entry was restricted to drivers with elite vehicles, with no two cars alike to participate, the organisers said in a statement.
In a rare display of driving skills, control, endurance, glitz and glamour, these man-machine teams set their trail on fire along a pre-destined route starting from Golden Tulip Hotel in Ghantoot and returning to Dubai after a rollicking pit stop at Le Meridian Al Aqah in Fujairah and drag-racing at the Umm Al Quwain racetrack, they added.
As a finale, the drivers and co-drivers threw caution to the winds at the Zee Bar in Murooj Rotana Hotel, after a day of adrenaline rushes.
Initiated by a group of passionate sports car enthusiasts, Arab Run has been responsible for bringing premier and exclusive commercial sports car lifestyle events to the Middle East.
“Enoc Lubricants was delighted to be part of Arab Run, a significant addition to the UAE’s events calendar,” said EPPCO Lubricants general manager Burhan Al Hashemi.
“Enoc Lubricants considers this a great opportunity and fitting tribute to the passionate sports car lovers in the UAE who maintain the best and latest of sports cars in their fleet, as well as avidly follow every race and rally held in various parts of the world. Enoc has always remained a close partner of this community by providing the fuel and lubricants of their choice. Our support to Arab Run is an extension of this partnership,” Al Hashemi said. – TradeArabia News Service
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