The Dubai police symbolize the United Arab Emirates within the “Mille Miglia” traditional automobile race in Italy

The Dubai Police, along with a remarkable collection of vintage supercars, are taking part in a grand tour of Italy in the legendary “Mille Miglia” race in Italy, which starts today and ends on June 19, 2021, six months before the historic event begins United Arab Emirates is coming.

The Mille Miglia Experience, which takes place in collaboration between the UAE Nation Brand Office, Octanium and Mille Miglia, will take place in December this year for the first time in the Middle East in the United Arab Emirates as part of the 50th anniversary of Emirates and Expo 2020 Dubai instead.

The Dubai Police takes part in the 1000-mile classic car race from Brescia to Rome and back with a V8 571 PS Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG. Emirates SkyCargo delivered the super sports car to the racing event in Italy.

The participation of the Dubai Police takes place in response to the invitation of the organizing committee of the “Mille Miglia” race in order to promote dialogue and bridging cultures.

Through the event, dubbed “the most beautiful race in the world” by sports enthusiasts, the Dubai police will share the UAE’s social values ​​of bringing safety, security and happiness to their community of over 190 nationalities, with millions of spectators who are chasing the race from all over the world.

The Mille Miglia is a “regularity race” in which prizes are won for completing stages on time instead of competing for the fastest.

As a sign of the UAE’s status as a popular destination for global events that bring people together to live and pursue their passion, the classic car supercar race will be held on December 5, 2021 over five days as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of the Landes tours through the UAE.

Brigadier General Jamal Salem Al Jalaf, Director of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) at the Dubai Police Department, said: “Our participation in the race symbolizes the efforts of the UAE to keep the home safe and to promote mutual dialogue and respect with other cultures around the world . The United Arab Emirates is based on the values ​​of tolerance and openness that is evident in its rich, diverse society of over 190 nationalities living and working together in harmony. We look forward to sharing these values ​​with millions of viewers around the world for the UAE Golden Jubilee year. “

Alia Al Hammadi, Vice-Chair of the UAE Government Media Office, said: “The UAE’s participation in the ‘1000 Miglia’ in the home country of Italy reflects the country’s commitment to promoting openness and dialogue that contribute to the social wellbeing of the races United Arab Emirates will bring people from all over the world together to watch the automotive masterpieces as they drive through the breathtaking natural scenery of the United Arab Emirates unknown to many global viewers during the breezy winter. “

Martin Halder, CEO of Octanium International, said: “The participation of Dubai Police, owner of some of the fastest, most expensive supercars in the world, as part of their fleet, will be a spectacular addition to the classic cars in the 94 Miglia ‘. It will also be the Italian Bringing audience a new experience from UAE

Alberto Piantoni, CEO of 1000 Miglia, said: “The classic car race ‘1000 Miglia’, which attracts enormous media attention and spectators every year, is a celebration of healthy competition, team building and respect in sport. It is a reminder us to the power of sport to unite people from different parts of the world. Bringing such an extraordinary event to the UAE signals the leading status of the country in the MENA region. “

The classic car race comes to the United Arab Emirates in a Pan-Emirates Grand Tour, which starts on December 5th from Yas Marina Abu Dhabi to the Waldorf Astoria in Ras Al Khaimah on December 9th.

In the race, 50 participants from around the world and 50 drivers from all over the Arab world will travel the UAE in 100 groundbreaking automobiles over 1,000 miles.

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