Nasser Al Attiyah
On November 12, 2023, the Qatar Motor & Motorcycle Federation (QMMF) declared Nasser Al Attiyah and navigator Mathieu Baumel as the champions of the 2023 Dubai International Baja. Teamed up with French navigator Mathieu Baumel in the "Pro..
Nasser Al Attiyah, the renowned Qatari driver and champion, clinched the 3rd position in the 37th Baja Portalegre 500. His rally journey began with an impressive lead during the demonstration stage and the first day's stages. However, chall..
Qatar's Nasser Al Attiyah won the first stage of the Morocco Desert Rally (Rallye du Maroc) in its 24th edition, the fifth and final round of the World Rally-Raid Championship (W2RC) for the 2023 season. Al Attiyah with his French navigator Ma..
Qatari driver Nasser Saleh Al Attiyah secured runner-up position in the 40th edition of the Jordan Rally: round three of the 2023 FIA Middle East Rally Championship (MERC) for the current season. The Rally was held over a period of three days and saw..
Sports fans throughout Qatar will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the country’s biggest sporting hero – rally driver and Olympics sharp-shooter Nasser Al Attiyah – at a special activation at Doha Festival City..
Qatar's rally driver Nasser Saleh Al Attiyah (defending champion) topped the Dakar International Rally's 2023 overall ranking. The rally is being hosted by Saudi Arabia for the fourth consecutive time, until Jan.15, amid the participation of ..
Qatar's rally driver Nasser Saleh Al Attiyah came first in the second phase of the cars T1 category of the ongoing 45th edition of Dakar Rally 2023, in Saudi Arabia. The defending champion, on board TOYOTA Hilux along with co-driver France'..
The Qatari rally driver and 4-time Dakar Rally champion Nasser bin Saleh Al Attiyah claimed his fifth title by winning the Baja Spain Aragon Rally; the fourth round of the FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Bajas, where 92 cars competed for the Baja Spa..
Qatari Nasser Al-Attiyah won the first special of the Dakar Rally on Sunday to extend his race lead after victory in the prologue. The 51-year-old, looking to win the race for the fourth time, finished the stage 12 minutes and seven seconds quicke..