Pitass Engineering Off-Road Racing Team composed by Alan Zahra as driver, and Brandon Cassar as navigator competed in the Welsh One50 off-road competition that was held over two days between Saturday and Sunday first and second of June.
The place where the event took place is known as Walters Arena and has been used for such events since the Second World War. The place is now considered an international motorsport complex where other important competitions take place. The Welsh Round, part of the World Rally Championship, the RAC Rally and the Wales Rally, a round of the British Rally Championship all are organised at Walters Arena.
Zahra and Cassar had to drive for more than 150 kilometers, divided into ten laps of at least 15 kilometers each, all laps offering huge obstacles, with the intent to deprive points to participating teams that at the same time are racing against time.
The only Maltese team competing, Pitass Engineering Off-Road Racing Team competed against 40 teams, being the maximum accepted by the organisers and finished in the prestigious second place.