Klemen Trček (MG Zr 105) and Nejc Trček (Renault twingo cup) successfully finished the 2020 season. The season was greatly shortened this year, but it took place with sharp measures due to the virus. The only mountain - speed race in Slovenia was in Ilirska Bistrica, where very bad conditions prevailed (rain, fog, storm). The second race, which was considered the points of the Slovenian DP, took place in Italy (Cedad), where each race was counted separately. Nejc Trček, 17 years old, took part in numerous tests and successfully broke the racing ice by performing in Ilirska Bistrica. He did not get a license to race in Italy, as he does not yet have a driving test. "The ice is broken, I competed in my first race in Ilirska Bistrica. It was there that I drove a race car for the first time in the rain, and I drove a car
Klemen Trček is returning to the scene of his last race in Lučine, which he took with the Zastava Yugo race car, before a long break from racing. This time he will attack the highest places behind the wheel of the MG ZR 105, on which he was seduced by the chassis in the last race in Gorjanci. He used the almost two-month break to gather energy to perform in front of the home spectators, and to rebuild the chassis, which he hopes will be able to reach the highest places in the otherwise strong Division 1 at the race in Lučine, where he will also act as organizer. after an almost two-month break, I’m going back behind the wheel of my yellow MG, ”he said. "Due to problems with the chassis in Gorjanci, we are coming to the home race in Lučine with a renewed chassis and with the goal of getting the track from Todr as fast as possible without technical problems.
The racing weekend at GHD Gorjanci did not start well for our competitor Milan Bubnič. Pivčan flew off the track during training and severely injured the legendary Lancia Delta on the bank by the track, which has become famous all over the world in recent seasons among racing fans. Fortunately, Milan was not injured. (Video: Youtube / Vasja Lesjak) https://youtu.be/wD0WZKSDHVY
Klemen Trček bought the MG ZR 105 car before the season and started the season this year at the race in Rechberg (Austria), where he achieved an excellent 3rd place in Division 1, after a break of 8 years. He continued the season at the race in Stubičke Toplice (Croatia), where everything already smelled like new podiums, followed by a mistake in the last run and a trip from the track and turning, this mistake took the podium and eventually took 6th place in Division 1. The third race of the season, however, was the GHD Verzegnis (Italy), where he stepped up his time from run to run and eventually finished 4th in his division. Already this weekend we are going to the mountain speed race in Gorjanci, both for the driver and for the car, this race will be for the first time in the career for Klemen Trček as in the previous three races. He will compete with a race car
Milan Bubnič finished the mountain speed race in Stubičke Toplice, Croatia, in second place in the general classification, as his Lancia Delta obviously does not like wet and slippery tracks. The overall victory was celebrated by the Croatian Dejan Dimitrijević, who overtook Bubnič in both races, and in the end celebrated the victory with 3.657 seconds. Pivčan finished yesterday's training a good ten seconds ahead of his competitors, but today the weather conditions did not allow for aggressive driving. Nevertheless, Bubnič celebrated a joint victory in the Slovenian national championship. Second and third place were won by Matevž Čuden and Alojz Udovč. In Division 1, Matej Oblak won ahead of Žan Nagodet and Franc Likovič, while Klemen Trček's good ranking floated on the water when he spun on the wet track. Matevž Čuden celebrated the victory in the divisions
Slovenian national champion in mountain speed racing, Milan Bubnič, was the fastest in today's training before tomorrow's race for the Stubičke Toplice award. With his powerful Lancia Delta, he was 3 seconds faster than the Croatian Dejan Dimitrijević in the first practice run with a time of 02.509: 6.771, and in the second Pivčan found four seconds and reached the top of Sljeme in 2: 58.388 and dropped below the limit of three minutes. . Dimitrijević was a little more restrained in his Seat Leon, as he drove just under 0.7 seconds faster than the first attempt in the second attempt. The overall advantage of Bubnič thus increased to 10.2 seconds, but there is still almost five seconds of reserve until the record mark of the ascent 2: 53.392, which Bubnič achieved last year in the first run, so we can expect our champion to be in good shape after
Simone Faggioli justified the role of the biggest favorite to win the mountain speed race in Ilirska Bistrica, where he improved the track record twice today and quite deservedly celebrated the overall, his fifth, victory in this race. The Italian set a new milestone with the prototype Osella FA30 2: 00.57, and on the way to victory he was driven by a compatriot in the same car, Christiano Merli. After the last run, he was 1.37 seconds behind the winner, despite excellent times. The dominance of the Italians was confirmed by the third place of Paride Macario with Norma M20FC. Czech Miloš Beneš was fourth with Osella FA30 at the end. Among Slovenian participants, the fastest in the overall ranking was Patrik Zajelšnik, who took fifth place, his brother Aleks (both with the prototype Norma M20F) took eleventh place.
Simone Faggioli's record ride in the St. Petersburg mountain speed race. Ursanne. The Italian, who will also be seen at the race in Ilirska Bistrica, drove at an average speed of 183 kilometers per hour. Of course, we warmly recommend that you watch the clip with the speakers aloud. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPX1OqPhFRQ
Vaclav Janik and Federico Liber staged an excellent duel for many spectators in Lučine for a joint victory, while improving the record of the route from Todraž to Lučine three times. In the first run, a new record was set by Liber, who stopped the stopwatches at 2: 01.90. Janik was 0.8 seconds behind his time, and in the second run it was even closer between them, except that Janik set the fastest time. The Czech was seven hundredths of a second better than Liber's time, and the Italian drove half a second slower this time. In the decisive third run, the moody Janik drove even faster and set the measuring bar for 2: 01.30 for next season. His average speed was almost 119km / h, but because Liber drove 0.8 seconds slower this time, Janik celebrated the overall victory with a 0.53 second advantage