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Shadian wins Rumman Hill Climb for third consecutive time

By JT - Jul 29,2017 - Last updated at Jul 30,2017

Khatsheek Shadian in action on Al Hussein Rumman Hill Climb on Friday (Photo by Amjad Ghsoun)

AMMAN — Khatsheek Shadian on Friday was crowned champion of the Rumman Hill Climb for the third time in a row with the participation of 19 drivers from Oman, the UAE, Palestine and Jordan.

Although Shadian was able to win the hill, he could not break the 1m48.76s record registered by Lebanon Roger Feghali in 2017.

Shadian clocked 1m49.75s in his Formula 3, 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. 

Mohammed Tayseer came fourth (1m53.090s) in his Mitsubishi EVO 6 and Wael Mustafa in fifth place (1m55.570s) in his Subaru Impreza RX. Ghaith Wraikat came sixth (1m55.910s) and Omani Mazen Sheebani came in seventh place (1m 59.510s).

Shadian won the hill in 2015 after clocking 1m52s in his Cosworth F3 and in 2016 with 1m 50.375s.

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