Pioneers of social networking sites shared an exciting video showing a man driving a 2015 Nissan Vanit as he tried to compete with a modified car at the Dakar Rally that ended in Saudi Arabia.
The Saudi newspaper, Sabak, quoted Mishal al-Shalawi, a young Saudi man who owned a car entering the racing line, as saying: “I rode my Nissan 2015 model, with a friend, and we went together. In a halal barn we owned, and in the center of Abu Raka, southeast of Taif, the owners of the sheep and halal were instructed not to halal on Friday.
A “natural” rally driver 😀 … don’t challenge him pic.twitter.com/uMnuWcUPac
– Ahmed Al-Fahid (alfheedA) January 14, 2022
He continued, “Meanwhile, about a kilometer away, we saw Rally cars coming from their designated track, which prompted me to take a photo of a car and move and follow to document the event I was happy with, because I am in love with this sport and I have been interested in it for 6 years. “
He added: “Then my assistant and I found ourselves, while we were on board, running parallel to a racing car, which was hit by a helicopter, about 50 meters between us, not related to the race track. I was able to do that, and then I left the program that lasted about two minutes and returned to the halal site.
The scene received widespread media attention, highlighting the young Saudi man, who in two minutes became the talk of Saudi Arabia and the world of rally racing.