As the temperature keeps dropping, the season for the camel races starts up. This event is highly followed by the Emirati society and represents one of the favorite sport within the Royal Family. The races take place during the dawn and the sunset since the weather is less warm at this time of the day. This week VAV Middle East went to Al Wathba, on the outskirts of Abu Dhabi, to produce a program in which the current topics about the camel races were discussed. Camel races results, anecdote of the day, old stories related to the Sheikhs, are part of the conversations of the program. For the broadcasting of this program, the OB Van 10 was fix with a set of 7 HD cameras, including 2x 7 meters Jimmy Jib. To complete what has been our busy week, just to mention that last Friday we covered the Juma´a prayer that took place in the city of Kalba, within the Sharjah emirate. OB Van 10, with a display of 6 HD cameras, was in charge for it.