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Jordan Motorsport reverses decision on 2017 Rumman Hill Climb title

By JT - Nov 28,2017 - Last updated at Nov 28,2017

AMMAN — Jordan Motorsport on Tuesday reversed its ruling to strip Khatsheek Shadian of the 2017 Rumman Hill Climb title, a decision it took on October  17, after an objection by driver Salem Taimeh about the weight of Shadian’s Formula 3 car.

After reviewing official evidence the final results were set back.Shadian clocked 1m49.75s, followed by Ayman Najjar (1m50.890s) in his Mitsubishi EVO Proto Type and veteran driver Husam Salem settled in third spot (1m51.790s) in his Mitsubishi EVO Proto Type.

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