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The four-time UIM-ABP European Champion has come

close to lifting the world title on numerous occasions,

finishing runner-up to Teddy Pons in 2014 and finishing

third in 2013 and 2015 – on both occasions the title

going to Abdulrazzaq, but the Frenchman once again

stands on the cusp of lifting the sport’s biggest prize that

has so far eluded him.

Standing in Perez’ way is Abdulrazzaq whose record in

Sharjah is super impressive winning five of the seven

Motos and the Grand Prix title there for all three years

on Khalid Lagoon, his most dramatic win coming in 2015

to clinch the title when Jean-Baptiste Botti snatched

defeat from the jaws of title glory after breaking down

on the last lap whilst leading and handing the Moto win

and the title to the Kuwaiti.


With 75 points on offer the

coveted UIM-ABP world titles

in all categories are all still

wide open and up for grabs

UAE’s Rashed Al Mulla is as

big as odds on favourite as

there is towin the title