Dubai: Hundreds of spectators, adrenaline junkies, and motor loyalists gathered to witness DSBK’s curtain-raising ‘The Adrenaline Cup’ race. The event saw riders from around the world fly down to compete in a blood-pumping, 14-lap sprint to the finish at the Dubai Autodrome Circuit.  

The excitement was palpable as fans cheered on the riders darting down the track, full throttle, attempting to beat the clock, all while resisting the relentless heat and fierce competition.  

By the end, 3 racers took home the top spots.  

Qatari rider, Saeed Al Sulaiti came in 1st place followed by Italian, Saska Totaro, while Aref Al Marzooqi came third, representing the UAE. 

When asked about the win, Saeed Al Sulaiti praised the platform and the demanding sprint, “The race was challenging for sure, especially in the Dubai sun, but it was a thrill to participate with so many incredible racers and look forward to more DSBK races in the future!”

The fun-filled day also saw attendees enjoy live music, acrobatic performances, food trucks, and an opportunity to meet and greet the bikers. 

“The turnout today is a testament to the excitement we believe sport can draw in. This gives us high hopes for when we crank things into full gear next year and officially launch our Biking festival.”  Says DSBK co-founder, Salman Yusuff Khan

This event was in anticipation of the brand’s official festival launch next year, with ambitious plans to become the region’s foremost name in motorbike racing. 

“Watching our idea finally come to life was an incredible experience. We are so thankful for the wonderful support and know that this is a big step forward towards building enthusiasm around Superbiking in the region.” – Adds Nasir Syed, DSBK co-founder, and veteran racer.

"The DSBK Adrenaline Cup promises to be one of the most exciting and thrilling superbike racing events ever to be held in Dubai. The coverage for the event will provide a huge boost in exposure as well as access to leading industry experts to all the participants." Nasir had said before the event.

(Ms. Hafsa Shahid, Events Coordinator ARP Media, Dr. S.M. Tahir Chairman Iqra Group, Mr. Majid Khan CEO- NkN Media, Rajesh Loda MD- NkN Media, Ms. Khushboo Gupta- Media and marketing consultant DSBK)

(Mr. Adnan Sheikh , Dr. S.M. Tahir, & Muhammad Moiz Khan)

(Mr. Nasir Promoter of the DSBK event, Dr. S.M. Tahir Chairman Iqra Group, Mr. Nayeem from DSBK.)

(Mr. Hazzik Chaudhry , Mr. Sabiq Basheer, Dr. S.M. Tahir, & Hafsa Shahid)

 

 

 
 

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Kanpur (UP), Dec 3: A 17-year-old vegetable vendor lost his leg after being run over by a train while he was collecting his belongings allegedly thrown on a track by police personnel during an anti-encroachment drive here.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (West) Vijay Dhull told PTI that Head Constable Rakesh Kumar has been placed under suspension.

Police initiated an inquiry after several purported videos surfaced online showing the boy lying on the tracks asking for help as policemen and people try to rescue him, a senior official said.

"Prima facie, it appears Kumar showed negligent behaviour," Dhull said, adding that Assistant Commissioner of Police (Kalyanpur) Vikas Pandey has been asked to conduct the inquiry and submit a report at the earliest.

Police personnel had thrown a container of the victim, identified as Arsalan alias Irfan of Rawatpur area, and when he had gone on the railway track to pick it up, he was run over by a train on Friday, Dhull said.

Arsalan lost his right leg and suffered serious injuries to his left leg. He was taken to the Lala Lajpat Rai Hospital from where he was shifted to the SGPGIMS where a surgery was performed on Saturday, he said.

Dhull confirmed that several purported videos of the incident have gone viral and police are trying to obtain the mobile clips and pictures. These will help police to establish the sequence of events, he said.

Interacting with reporters, a local, who identified himself as Mohammad Shanu, claimed that the victim lost his leg after being hit by a train when he was collecting his weighing scale thrown on the tracks by police during an anti-encroachment drive.

The victim's father Saleem, an auto-rickshaw driver, told media persons that his son's leg were severed on the spot.