The Go Testing 2020 event came to its conclusion, after success as the Syrian Automobile Club resumed the sporting activities.
While there were plans to hold the 15th Syrian Speed Test Championship, as well as the 5th Syrian Drift Championship, over the last few month, this wasn’t possible as the COVID19 pandemic meant having many restrictions in place, with challenging circumstances around the globe.
Even though many of these restrictions are still in place, most importantly affecting the decision taken by the organising committee to hold “Go Testing 2020” behind closed doors without fans, according to the FIA protocols, the Syrian Automobile Club managed to successfully organise this event, to give an opportunity to all motorsports lovers to test their cars across four rounds, with upcoming talents taking part in the event as well as experienced racing drivers.
These 19 participants weren’t alone, as there were trainers and experts to help them and identify their weaknesses, to ensure they can follow the right driving techniques, such as Champions Anas Kawadri & Taleb Abu Harb.
Kawadri hailed the event, which offered a chance for all participants to test the limits of their cars in a safe place, and in on a competitive track which combined a mix of high speeds, and technical corners.