Buggyra Zero Mileage Racing on Slovak mission
Buggyra Racing will be racing at Slovakia Ring this weekend. While Enge – Vršecký duo is going to race in a GT3 category, Yasmeen Koloc is preparing for her Renault Clio debut.
David Vršecký says that the main goal still should be getting more mileage, but of course, he would not mind getting some trophies together with Tomáš Enge.
“Slovakia Ring is going to offer a rather good competition. I’ll be driving in Sprints, and then do an Endurance race together with Tomáš. We’re going to Slovakia to test our Mercedes-AMG GT3 in a full race and we’ll be focusing on improving our team, as we’re preparing for the next year’s Chinese championship, hopefully.“
Apart from racing, Tomáš Enge will be also coaching Yasmeen Koloc, who is going to swap Formula 4 for a Renault Clio.
“Our goal is to finish all races, do as many kilometres as possible and to gain more experience. Results won’t be that important,“ said Tomáš Enge.
“The car is driving beautifully. It’s probably going to be a different type of racing, but I don’t mind that. Also, apart from Martin, I’ll have Aliyyah helping me, and she’s got only positive experience with the Clios,” said the 16-year-old girl, who does not see a problem in changing cars.
Of course, that means that Aliyyah Koloc will be travelling to Slovakia as well. Just a few weeks after her dominating performance in Grobnik, Croatia. However, this time, only as moral support for her sister.
“I’d not mind racing again, but David said that with just a week before the start of the European Truck Racing series in Most, I shouldn’t change cars. Of course, I have no reason to go against his opinion,” said the holder of two world speed records in a truck.