This year's second parallel relicross race in Logatec is over. In Division I, he celebrated Daniele Trani ahead of Grego Premrl and Marko Grossi. Slavko Zorman was the fastest in Division II, followed by Leon Vodopivec and Boris Cotič. In the third division, a buggy from the ASC Mustang club clashed in the final. The victory went to Dejan Petrič, and the second was Tomaž Vodišek. Third place went to Croatian Niko Pulić, who represented Lemo Racing with the Audi R8. Tomaž Trček from the Autosport Jazon club in Vrhnika was the best in the classification of under-21 racers. Second place went to Niko Kimavec, and third was Marko Grossi. Kimovec also became the national champion of the PRK under 21 years of age. In the Grande Punto Cup, the victory was celebrated by Klement Popit, ahead of Luka Glazer and Domn Rodet. Drink it
This weekend, the second parallel reliquary race for the Slovenian national championship is taking place at the Blagomix racetrack in Logatec. Fifty-one racers are on the list of applicants, and today they will have free practice before tomorrow's qualifications and the race. After the race in Vransko, Gorazd Prosenc leads in division one, Leon Vodopivec in division two and Tomaž Vodišek in division III. Nik Kimovec is at the top in the youth championship for drivers under 21. In the Grande Punto Cup, Domen Rode is in the lead, while in the FIAT Grande Punto Youth Championship, Klemen Popit is leading among drivers under 21, who is in seventh place in the overall standings of the Punto Cup. In the Yugo Cup, four racers measure their strength, and Leon Ivič leads in the overall ranking. Free training of vintage cars, Grande Punto racing cars
Dear readers, yesterday we announced the news that ski champion Tina Maze will be behind the wheel of a race car this year. Unfortunately, it was only an April Fool's joke, as Tina, at least as far as we know, will not be performing in parallel reliquary this year.
Our ski champion Tina Maze will give her love of speed a boost even during the summer, as she will be behind the wheel of a racing buggy with the help of the Austrian Red Bull. Črnjanka plans to take part in all five parallel relicross races this year, and will drive a brutal 320 buggy with a 2,2-liter turbo engine that develops around 320 horsepower. The purchase of the buggy, which is said to be worth around 15.000 euros, was partly financed out of his own pocket, and part of the money was contributed by sponsors, most notably the main sponsor, Austrian energy drink maker Red Bull, who also suggested a relic cross. “Speed makes me happy from a young age,” Maze said. “I’ve had it in my blood ever since I know for myself, and racing is my quiet passion and after a great winter season, I decided to test