By Sports Reporter/ Doha
The annual Motul FIM Superbike World Championship (WSBK) returns to Qatar this year and with Hyundai N as top sponsor. The Qatar round will take place at Losail International Circuit from October 24-26, 2019. Top riders from around the world will gather in Doha for the 13th and final round of the 2019 Championship and wrap up the season.
The three-day event will feature the Hyundai i30 Fastback N as the official Safety Car of the WSBK 2019. Skyline Automotive, a Jaidah Group Company and official distribution partner of Hyundai Motor Company for the State of Qatar, will be collaborating with Hyundai N in this upcoming weekend’s festivities.
Johan Madarasz, Marketing Manager at Jaidah Group commented: “We are really happy to welcome the Hyundai N Team to Qatar and are working with them to create an unforgettable experience for everyone visiting the championship. We recently welcomed the Hyundai Veloster N in Qatar and the model has already received great feedback from customers. We are proud to be taking part in this event and look forward to providing more N models to our customers in Qatar during the course of the coming years.”
Aside from the numerous activities, visitors will also have a chance to see the new Hyundai Palisade and Santa Fe on display at the Hyundai booth located at the paddock. Test driving opportunities will also be made available at the booth to those wanting to experience and check out the full SUV line-up.
In celebration of the event, Skyline Automotive launched a competition on Instagram where followers can have a chance to win tickets and join the event. To participate in the competition, please follow @hyundaimotorqatar in the following Instagram link: www.instagram.com/hyundaimotorqatar
To purchase tickets for the WSBK and learn more about the upcoming event, please visit: https://www.circuitlosail.com/events/2019-world-superbike-championship/
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