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Third place in the championship is within reach, and Mičánek Motorsport powered by Buggyra, is aiming for maximum points in the Super Trofeo Europe

Valencia, a "newcomer" to the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe calendar, represents a significant unknown for the Mičánek Motorsport powered by Buggyra team. Despite this, they aim to capitalize on the opportunity.


Third place in the championship is within reach, and Mičánek Motorsport powered by Buggyra, is aiming for maximum points in the Super Trofeo Europe

"Our goal is to fight for third place in the overall championship standings. To accomplish this, we need to secure maximum points," states team manager Jiří Mičánek Jr. His drivers, Bronislav Formánek and Karol Basz, have faced unfortunate events in the last two races that cost them podium finishes. "We want to recapture the luck that has eluded us. It would be great if we could 'reboot,' just like last autumn in Spain, and finish the season without any unexpected setbacks," plans Jiří Mičánek.


The Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia is relatively unknown to both the Pro-AM class drivers and the second crew, Dvořáček - Wagner, in the LC Cup. "I raced here maybe ten years ago; the only thing I remember is that the first two corners are to the left," says Bronislav Formánek, somewhat jokingly. He has been undergoing intensive training on a simulator. "The track's rhythm could suit me," he suggests.


Karol Basz shares similar sentiments. He has not yet raced GT cars in Valencia. "Our experience here is limited to formula cars; we've done some tests," says the Polish driver, who recently dominated the GT Open series race at the Red Bull Ring.


The team will benefit from the support of two Spanish engineers for whom the Valencia circuit is home turf. "Thanks to them, this will be something of a home race for us. I believe their experience will help us quickly adapt to the track," says Jiří Mičánek. "I hope one practice session will suffice for us to get up to speed," adds Karol Basz.


The goal for Mičánek Motorsport powered by Buggyra is clear: move from fourth to third place in the highly competitive Pro-AM class and secure an optimal position ahead of the season's final round at the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe, to be held at the Vallelunga circuit in Italy.


For the fourth round of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo series, the Mičánek Motorsport powered by Buggyra team is fielding a second car, driven by Libor Dvořáček and Kurt Wagner. Following a severe accident in Saturday's ESET Cup final in Brno, the team managed to prepare two cars and send them to Spain on time. "Preparing everything in just a day was an extraordinary effort from our mechanics. I must thank them for making it happen. I'm also pleased that Kurt will be back behind the wheel so soon after the accident," concludes Jiří Mičánek.

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