The Czech Miloš Beneš is the surprising winner of this year's mountain speed race in Buzet. With a time of 2: 17.562, he was faster than his compatriot Otokar Kramski, and the third was Slovenian Patrik Zajelšnik. The favorite to win, Swiss Julien Ducommun did not reach the finish line due to a technical malfunction. His race car went out soon after the start of the second run, and so Ducommun was left without a win, which smiled on him after the fastest time of the first run. Both races were marked by numerous resignations and interruptions. The last one, which started at 13:30 p.m., did not end until after XNUMX p.m. The Slovenian national championship in mountain speed racing also ended with the race in Buzet. After the resignation of Rado Raspet and Milan Bubnič, Aleš Prek easily won a new victory and secured this year's title of national champion.
The Czech Miloš Beneš was also the fastest in the second run of the race in Ilirska Bistrica. In the second attempt, the stopwatch showed 2: 05.60, and the second fastest Fausto Bormolini was 1.74 seconds slower. The third was Slovenian Patrik Zajelšnik, who was separated from the winner by less than five seconds. In the ranking of the Slovenian DP, Aleš Prek won with 3.33 seconds ahead of Milan Bubnič, and 8.59 seconds ahead of Rado Raspet.
Miloš Beneš, who won both trainings yesterday, was also the fastest in the first run in Ilirska Bistrica. With the Osella FA30, he set a time of 2: 06.69 and was 1.21 seconds faster than Italian Faust Bormolini in the same race car. An excellent third was our Patrik Zajelšnik, who was two seconds and nine hundredths of a second behind Beneš. To the disappointment of the spectators at the race, the Austrian Felix Pailer did not compete with the attractive Lancia Integrale. Aleš Prek was somewhat expected to be the fastest in the DP classification with a time of 2: 25.82. Milan Bubnič was 2.34 seconds slower than him, and Rado Raspet was third with almost five seconds less time than Preko. You are also invited to discuss this in our Forum.
Both trainings before tomorrow's race in Ilirska Bistrica were won by the Czech Miloš Beneš with Osella FA30. His best time of day was 2: 08.75, which he scored in the second practice. He was closest to compatriot Otakar Kramsky in Reynard, who was a little less than a second slower. Patrik Zajelšnik was the fastest among Slovenian formulas with Norma, beating Marjan Smrdelj in Lola by almost two seconds. Zajelšnik was sixth fastest in the last training session, while Marjan was one place worse. Rado Raspet in the Mitsubishi Lancer and Milan Bubnič, who achieved the same time as the Raspet with Lancia at 2: 29.50, reigned supreme in the national championship. The third fastest was Aleš Prek. Today was most marked by the severe accident of Slavko Zorman. Slavko, who j