Toksport WRT completed the 2016 WRC season with Rally Australia. Khalid Al-Suwaidi and Marshall Clarke had the best result of the season and scored 12 points becoming 4th in their class. Despite having a puncture on first day and a mechanical problem on second day, Khalid said that he is happy with the result and his new car Skoda Fabia R5.
Qatari driver Adel Hussein Abdulla and his French co driver Sebastian Delaunay drove their Qatar Motor and Motorcycle Federation (QMMF) and Nissan Middle East sponsored Nissan Patrol Y62 to victory after 2 days of race in Rally Jeddah. They completed the first day as 2nd fastest in overall and their pace brought them victory at the end of the race.
Khalid Al-Suwaidi completed the Rally GB in 10th position in WRC2 and have his first point for the championship. The rally took place in Wales under rainy and slippery conditions. Despite having a puncture and loosing 4 minutes on the first stage, they have completed the day in 14th place. They kept their pace for the second day and with a maximum attack on third day, they finished the rally in 10th position and took the points.
Young driver, Ayhancan Guven, dominated the the weekend for Porsche Sports Cup Endurance Race which was held at Hockenheimring. Qualifying has been canceled due to heavy fog and drivers took the grid depending on their championship points. Ayhancan started the race on seventh row and climbed to second position at the end of race one. By the start of race two, he made an excellent driving and passed the finish line first under the chequered flag.
The last leg for FIA MERC has been completed with the Cyprus Rally. Toksport WRT drivers Khalid Al-Suwaidi and Mustafa Bulutoglulari had to retire and Abdullah Al-Kuwari finished the race 29th overall among 47 cars. Khalid Al-Suwaidi forced to retire after stage 2 with an engine problem after a long jump and a damage to radiator. Mustafa Bulutoglulari retired after stage 9 with a roll.