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Open Track Nights Set To Light Up Bahrain International Circuit

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Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) opens its doors to all motoring enthusiasts tomorrow for another exciting night of Open Track.

Being one of the most popular activities at “The Home of Motorsport in the Middle East”, Open Track is expected to pull in scores of participants who are itching for a taste of a world-class racing facility in their very own vehicles.

Drivers and riders to explore the limits of their car or motorbike within a safe and controlled environment. Driver etiquette is of ultimate importance, so there is no close or aggressive overtaking. Overtaking is by invitation between corners and driving is monitored, with poor or dangerous driving dealt with swiftly by officials.

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Friday’s Open Track Day Night is scheduled from 4pm until 11pm and it will take place along BIC’s 2.55-kilometre Inner Track. Registration will be from 3pm onwards. The cost to take part is BD94.500 for the full day and BD68.500 for a half day. There is also an option of a single session for BD31.500.

Also set to be held as part of Open Track Day are the Jaguar Experience and passenger experiences in a Clio Cup car and Radical SR3 prototype.


Delivered through a unique and tailored drive, the Jaguar Experience has been designed to ensure that all guests are given a dynamic, hands-on and memorable time in a Jaguar F-Type. The cost for the Jaguar Experience is BD63.

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The Clio is a Renault-manufactured Cup car that features a 1.6-litre Turbocharged engine that can generate up to 220bhp and 6,000rpm. The passenger experience can be bought for BD26.500. The Radical SR3 boasts an RPE-Suzuki Generation 1,340 DOHC engine.

It can go from zero to 100kph in 3.4 seconds, and it has a sixspeed sequential gearbox and paddle gearshift system. The SR3 passenger ride costs BD37.



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