Khaled Al-Mudhaf

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Khaled Ali Al Mudhaf
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Born (1979-02-18) February 18, 1979 (age 45)
Alma materBoston University
  • Racing driver
  • Businessman

Khaled Ali Al-Mudhaf (born 18 February 1979) is a racing driver from Kuwait. He was the first of his countrymen in Kuwait to hold an FIA International race license. He started his own racing team in 2007 called G-Force, and an Automotive business called G-Force Autoworks.


FIA Motorsport Games

In 2019 he led the 2019 FIA Motorsport Games as Team Captain at the inaugural FIA Motorsport Games in Rome.

Dubai 24 Hours

In January 2014 he was part of the winning team racing the Ferrari 458 Italia GT3 at Dubai 24H Series at Dubai Autodrome. In the following year he and the team were presented with winners trophies[1] at the Ferrari Enzo Museum in Maranello in Italy for the 24H series GT win.

In 2019 he took his second victory in the Dubai 24h and was part of the winning Leipert Motorsport team in the SPX class, with the Lamborghini Hurican EVO.


  1. "Khaled Al Mudhaf and team awarded at Ferrari 2014 GT Awards at the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena | Khaled Al Mudhaf - G-FORCE Racing".

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