On track: Aramcons steer Redline Racing to success
The team is eager to keep supporting the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 by growing the local motorsports scene.
Core members of Redline Racing — a team of Aramcons sharing a passion for motorsports — made a remarkable post-COVID comeback recently, racing to first place in the corporate class of the Dubai 12-hour event.
Bader Al Mubarak, Hussein Lala, Paul Lecaillon, and Paul Morris are among a group of Aramcons who made their kart racing debut in 2015 at the Bahrain 24-hours endurance race, earning third place in the Corporate Class category.
Building from this solid base, the team adopted the name Redline Racing, expanded into several sub-teams, and raced across the GCC and Europe. Over the years, they’ve collected trophies and raced some world-class karters, including two-time Formula 1 World Champion Fernando Alonso.
Redline Racing and its extended network of friends regularly trains for fun at a karting track in Dammam, meeting other enthusiasts. The karting scene has tremendous room to grow, especially with the presence of female racing talent, and the team is eager to keep supporting the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 by growing the local motorsports scene, promoting it internationally and developing aspiring racers.
Redline Racing welcomes additional help, whether as drivers or as staff in the pit lane, providing strategic race management or logistics support.
Caption for top photo: Karting is the most affordable class of motorsports.