The Dubai Grand Parade, an annual citywide motoring extravaganza that displays the best vehicles in the UAE, is scheduled for November 28. The parade has the largest convoy of super, luxury and classic cars and motorbikes in the region. This year, over 500 super cars and bikes will participate to the event, including some of the most creative, unique, rare, vintage, new, modified, extraordinary, innovative and expensive vehicles.
This one-of-a-kind event is under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, which will present the Dubai Grand Parade and Motor Festival.
The parade brings some of the most fascinating automobiles and motorcycles to roam the Dubai streets.Spectators can see them passing through Dubai’s iconic streets and landmarks, including the route atMadinat Jumeirah and Emaar Boulevard.The parade will be led by Dubai Police’s fleet of supercars.
There will be several vehicles taking part in the parade and others will be showcased. Motorsport enthusiasts and car/bike lovers in the UAE are sure to appreciate the event, which starts at 3pm on Friday, November 28, in Downtown Dubai. The parade route will start and end at Meydan Racecourse.
As is the case with everything extreme, the organizers hope to set new Guinness World Records that day: the largest number of car brands in a parade as well as the longest selfie relay ever.
As part of the Dubai Motor Festival, the Motor Village will also host dedicated events celebrating the UAE’s 43rd National Day for residents and visitors such as the 4×4 obstacle course, the Red Bull Car Park Drift Final, and the 36th Dubai International Rally, which is the final and deciding round of the 2014 FIA Middle East Rally Championship.
Participants can view up close some of the most exclusive motoring brands in the Dubai Grand Parade, which will travel from the Dubai World Trade Centre all the way down to the Dubai Mall, or opt to partake in the line-up of activities held at the Motor Village, which is free to attend.