The first post-Covid European Truck Racing Championship ended with a race in Misano. It was a historic championship for Buggyra, for the first time fielding three specials under its own direction, with the Buggyra Academy enjoying numerical superiority.
Martin Koloc: The
concept has clearly
proved its worth!
The first post-Covid European Truck Racing
Championship ended with a race in Misano.
As team principal Martin Koloc let
it be known before the race in
Misano, truck racing and the
championship promoter won out in
the first place.
"We put three cars in each race, everything was going well
from an organisational point of view.
Definitely thumbs up." Troubled weekend
Adam Lacko arrived at Misano in the position
of a driver who could have won the title in
equally extremely fortunate circumstances,
but equally, there was the option of dropping
to fifth place.
"I have to congratulate Sasha on his second place, he
is going from hunter to prey.
Unlike Jochen and Antonio, I stayed in
the elite three, I wanted to fight for
second place, so we did everything, but
somehow it didn't work out," said Adam
after the last race of the championship.
"I can't remember the last time I came home without a
But that's what racing is all
There is no point in dwelling on what would have happened if I
hadn't hooked Antonio in one of the races, that's just the way
it goes sometimes.
It's just a dumb weekend and that's
it." From his position as the only
rider not to miss the overall podium
since 2015, Adam spoke highly of
the team's work.
"We broke a few weekends in our favour this year on Sunday, so
after Saturday it was going to be a very long night for the guys.
We'll have our work cut out for us over the winter, but we
have a lot to build on." Like day and night What's more,
the only seventeen-year-old racer Aliyyah Koloc became
a hero against her will at the very end of the
championship as her Buggyra almost caught fire in the
last race and the organisers
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