2022 Ghana Launch Control: Ibrahim Mahama’s Porsche 911 Turbo S Wins Fastest Car Race Show

2022 Ghana Launch Control: Ibrahim Mahama’s Porsche 911 Turbo S Wins Fastest Car Race Show

  • Ibrahim Mahama's Porsche 911 Turbo S has emerged as the fastest car at the 2022 Ghana Launch Control
  • The Ghanaian business titan lost the first round to the driver of a BMW F90 M5 and defending champion Nana Kojo
  • Chris, another driver, took over Mahama's posh whip in the subsequent rounds and won the biggest race in Ghana

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Businessman Ibrahim Mahama's Porsche 911 Turbo S emerged as the fastest car at the 2022 Ghana Launch Control hosted by BMW Club.

The Ghanaian business titan controlled the wheel of his Porsche 911 Turbo S in the first round but lost to the driver of a BMW F90 M5 and defending champion Nana Kojo.

Rider Chris takes over the whip of Ibrahim Mahama

Another driver named Chris took over the whip of Ibrahim Mahama in the subsequent rounds, defeating Nana Kojo to win the biggest race in Ghana.

Ibrahim Mahama’s Porsche 911 Turbo S wins fastest car race show in Ghana.
Photos of Ibrahim Mahama and his Porsche 911 Turbo S. Credit: ibrahim_mahama_71/ISSALINKOP (YouTube).
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Chris takes home the ultimate prize

Chris received the ultimate prize as the rider of the Grand Master Jet with the coveted title of Ghana's Bike King.

The 2022 Ghana Launch Control was attended by many drivers across the African continent and expatriates on Monday, December 26, 2022.

Per Ghanaweb, the event began with a car and bike show which saw drivers and bikers exhibit their luxurious cars and motorbikes at the Afienya Airstrip, with hundreds of spectators in attendance.

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Ibrahim Mahama: Talented Ghanaian Teenager who Built an Excavator to Be Mentored By Businessman

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported in a separate story that Solomon Atimbiri, the talented Ghanaian teenager who built a moving excavator and other trucks, is being mentored by businessman Ibrahim Mahama.

The 17-year-old grabbed the attention of major eyeballs after a video spotlighting his works gained traction on social media.

In one of the clips, Atimbiri was captured demonstrating how the excavator works to some adults who were impressed.

Ghanaian Prodigy Builds Excavator

YEN.com.gh had earlier reported that a talented student of the Methodist Technical Institute in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana built an excavator with local materials.

In a video on Ghana the Black Star of Africa, the creative young boy demonstrates how the machine works with a small controller board.

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