Daham returns to Drift Masters Championship with Toyo Tires
June 14, 2019
Toyo Tires partner with Ahmad Daham, the most successful drift pilot of the Middle East in the 2019 Drift Masters European Championship. Daham will use Toyo Tires legendary Proxes R888R tires to compete in the Championship.
Ahmad Daham is the current Emirates Drift Champion and holds the Guinness World record for the longest twin drift. He is a former Middle East Champion multiple times and was “King of the Desert” in 2016 and 2017.
In the second round of the Champions League of professional drift, Ahmad Daham returns to Europe to start his 2019 campaign. The race, in Croix En Ternois in Northern France, takes places this weekend, June 15-16.
In total, the competition consists of six events, on challenging tracks in six countries. 42 drivers from 21 nations will compete, pushing themselves and their cars’ to the limit. The finale takes place over the weekend of September 21-22, at Mondello park in Ireland, where the winner will be crowned.
Toyo Tires and Daham are building a strong partnership for the future. At the European Drift Masters, Daham will compete with his Nissan Silvia S15, while next month, he will demonstrate the performance of his Toyo Tires on his Lexus RC-F at the both the Goodwood Festival of Speed in England and the Norwegian Gatebil Festival.
Image: Dahams Lexus RC-F
Image: Ahmad Daham
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