Mashel Al Naimi made history as the first Qatari to ride in the motorcycling World Championships. Al Naimi started out riding motorbike in the street and was inspired to roadrace by the arrival of MotoGP in Qatar in 2004. Al Naimi – who counts motocross riding in the dunes and karting as his hobbies – started racing in the Losail National Cup in 2005 and won the Championship. At the same time he made his debut in the Spanish Supersport Championship. In 2006 he moved up to world level, taking part in several World Superstock rounds, scoring his first world points with a 13th-place finish at Valencia. The following year Al Naimi moved up to the Spanish Championship Extreme series and made his World Superbike debut at Losail, finishing 17th in the first race. In 2007 he also finished third in the Doha Eight Hours endurance race in 2008-2009 he won the Superstock Endurance World Championship. He had a lot to learn in his debut Moto2 World championship 2010-2011
Qatari rider Mashel al Naimi was a full-time competitor in the Moto2™ World Championship across 2010 and 2011. He forged his career in endurance racing, riding 1000cc bikes for over ten years before becoming the first Qatari national to contest the World Championship. In 2010 al Naimi’s World Championship debut came with Blusens-STX, able to gain more experience as he rode alongside Spaniard Ricky Cardus. In his home nation for the start of the 2014 Moto2™ campaign, al Naimi contested the Qatar Grand Prix with the local QMMF team.
Middle east achievement
2008 -2009 Endurance World cup championship ( Winner )
Moto2 world championship 2010-2011