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Petr Bošnakov - 24.09.2020

Buggyra aims to continue winning in Jarama

It is 25 years since the team owner Martin Koloc won the first European championship title in truck racing for him and the Czech Republic. And the Buggyra Zero Mileage Racing team, which is heading to Jarama with a full line-up, has big ambitions.


Buggyra aims to continue winning in Jarama

Adrenalin suits me

Adam Lacko has won 7 out of 11 races so far this season and he does not see a single reason why that trend should not continue. “Jarama is one of those adrenalin circuits that suit me very well. And it’s right here where I won my first championship title back in 2017. The super pole matters a lot here because it’s tough to overtake on this circuit,” said Lacko, who expected Antonio Albacete to be his biggest rival. “I don’t know how many people will come, but if there are even 100 of his fans, they’ll be loud enough. I’m pretty excited.”


Podium is the goal

Téo Calvet seems to be always smiling and he believes that he is going to have a reason to smile even after the Spanish round. “I wouldn’t mind continuing in the same form that I had at Zolder, where I finished 2nd, 5th and 6th. I have minimal experience with this circuit, but my dad told me a few things and David as well. I expect Adam to help me with the data,” said Téo. And actually, his interview with Adam Lacko, that, of course, honoured social distancing, has become viral on social media. “The times are not easy, but it helps to have a bit of fun. Also, Adam has shown himself as a top and talented presenter,” he added.


Every point counts

Aliyyah Koloc managed to finish on points in every race at Zolder. While the youngest and the fastest truck racing driver in history did not repeat her sensational victory, it is not expected of her at this time.“My dad, David and Tomáš have explained to me that I have no reason to rush. I don’t have a problem with that and also, I’ve been told that as a rookie, it’s incredibly difficult to go through a Nogaro-Zolder-Jarama series. I walked the track with my dad and the run down to the concrete wall looks interesting,” says Aliyyah.“We stick to the plan that we had before Zolder already. As Aliyyah never raced at Jarama before, we used the simulator. Considering how young she is, she definitely has a feeling for racing, and she knows that every point counts,” added her mentor David Vršecký.

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