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The Huracans are heading to the World Championships. Super Trofeo Europe continues in Spa.

A pair of Lamborghini Huracán ST EVO2s from the Mičánek Motorsport powered by Buggyra team are set to compete in the second weekend of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe series. Bronislav Formánek and Štefan Rosina will defend their championship lead at Spa-Francorchamps as part of the World Endurance Championship.


The Huracans are heading to the World Championships. Super Trofeo Europe continues in Spa.

"We will definitely want to build on Imola, but we also know that it will be difficult in Spa. The track does not suit us at all, and in recent years we have been plagued by bad luck here," recalls team manager Jiří Mičánek Jr., referring to last year's race when Broněk Formánek was deprived of third place by an unprovoked attack from his rival, which resulted in a crash.


On the other hand, there are factors that will make the Spa-Francorchamps race a bit more favorable than the first round in Imola, which Jiří Mičánek's team dominated in the Pro-AM category. "There will be 53 cars starting, which is still extremely high, but Spa is a very long circuit, so the grid will hopefully spread out more in qualifying and the race," explains Jiří Mičánek.


Bronislav Formánek speaks about Spa with respect—also because of his experience from previous years. However, he will be able to rely on the experience of Štefan Rosina, who, on the other hand, triumphed in the last two races at the legendary Belgian circuit. "We will want to build on the result from Imola," says the Slovak driver, who started racing for the Mičánek Motorsport powered by Buggyra team earlier this year.


The juniors of the Mičánek Motorsport powered by Buggyra team will also gain further experience in the prestigious championship. The pair of Jáchym Galáš and Matěj Pavlíček in the elite PRO category will be looking to improve on their result from Imola. "The juniors continue to prepare hard—both physically and on simulators. The first weekend of Super Trofeo was a great learning experience for them and I believe that they took a lot from it and will now maximize their potential," says Jiří Mičánek.


Jáchym Galáš, who stood on the top step in the TCR Europe series at Spa-Francorchamps, has a better starting position going into the race weekend. The seven-kilometre track will be a bit more race-friendly than the short Imola course, he said. "On the other hand, overtaking here is challenging, but at least qualifying could be more enjoyable. We had a good pace at Imola too; we just need to put the sectors together," Galáš reflects.


Matěj Pavlíček has been running kilometres in Spa only on the simulator. "We are motivated for the weekend; we have learned from Imola what to improve and what to watch out for," says Pavliček. After a chaotic first race in Imola, which was complicated and eventually ended prematurely due to a storm, both riders believe they are in for a "normal" weekend, even though Spa-Francorchamps is unpredictable weather-wise. But now the forecast promises partly cloudy skies and zero chance of precipitation.


The second round of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe is being run in conjunction with the FIA World Endurance Championship. "It means that we will be racing on the same weekend with names like Daniil Kvyat, Jenson Button, Robert Kubica, and Valentino Rossi. And at the same time in front of full grandstands," says Jiří Mičánek, looking forward to the atmosphere of the race.

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