Testing testing // NFS Racing // Juno

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With the UAE National Racing season now firmly in full swing, the open track evenings at the Dubai Autodrome are proving to be a popular way to get some extra seat time between the rounds. Without the pressures of a pre-race day test session where the entire pit lane is nosing over your antics, you can hide yourself away in a quiet corner to tweak your setup, before hitting the tarmac for a few hot laps.

Bassam Kronfli was out with the NFS Racing Juno this evening to get a bit more testing in before Friday raceday. As well as driving the Juno in the UAE Sportscars Championshop, Buzz is pairing up with Raed Hassam in the Zytec Ginetta in the GTs.

It’s not just the drivers that are getting to grips with the cars, NFS Racing are running or supporting a whole host of metal across all the four-wheeled grids this coming weekend. With a trio of Clios in Touring Cars; the Duel Racing Seat in GTs alongside a whole host of Lotus machinery and last, but by no means least, the big bad Viper – the NFS Racing pit is certainly going to be busy!

The upcoming Dubai Motorsport Festival is going to be a action-packed weekend. Cars hit the track for practice and quali on Thursday 4th, with racing kicking off early on Friday 5th November.

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