BIC to host exciting night of Burnout

BIC to host exciting night of Burnout

Manama : Bahrain International Circuit (BIC), “The Home of Motorsport in the Middle East”, kick starts its exciting calendar of events this Holy Month of Ramadan with the first of a series of Burnout nights this Friday in Sakhir. Burnout is one of the most popular events held annually at the circuit during Ramadan, with scores of participants putting on a show for the large crowds that attend. 

Those interested in taking part can register on site between 4pm and 6pm.There will then be a break for Iftar. Registration will resume from 6.45pm until 8pm. The Burnout action is scheduled to take place from 8pm to midnight.

Burnout offers a unique spectacle, with the sight of rapidly rising white smoke and the smell of burning rubber.

The participation fee is BD7 and those who would like to join in on the fun as a passenger can do so for BD4.

All entrants’ vehicles must meet specific eligibility criteria before being permitted to take part.

Spectators will be able to watch this Friday’s event for BD2. There will also be a VIP section for BD10.

BIC is calling on all motorsport lovers to attend and be a part of the excitement. All the action will be taking place within a safe and controlled environment.

For more information, visit BIC’s official website, www.bahraingp.cpm, or call the BIC Hotline on +973-17-450000.




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