To Most with Great Effort

-4. 8. 2012, Most -

This week, literally all Bohemia Racing Team have made for the Autodrom Most hosting a round of the circuit championship over the weekend, which is included in the Central Europe Zone Championship ranking. Among plenty of racing drivers are also Tomáš Kostka and a debutant, Michal Matějovský, who are to represent in two sprints in Audi A4 DTM machines.Both racing drivers have been tuning their machine to the maximum in free tests since Thursday. Tomáš Kostka will have advantage as he has already undergone the circuit debut. "I am definitely aiming to repeat the success from Poznan, Poland. We perfectly tuned the machine there, on Thursday we were handling details and setting up the machine to the Most's track. The fact that I know the car in detail as I drove it all season also gives me advantage. The question is what vagaries of the weather we will have to cope with, since according to the weather forecast it will be changeable. Anyway, I am looking forward to Most, I haven't driven there for more than a year, and I do like that track," confessed the pilot, who was driving fast his racing special in the Rally Kostelec a week ago gaining another win, thus leading the rally sprints national championship at the moment.

Michal Matějovský has recently completed the first part of his studies at the Polish university Edukacja Wroclaw where he is exploring the mystery of the international business management. He is also looking forward to the machine specification DTM. "I tested a bit in Brno in spring, however the term collisions haven't allowed me to start the championship in the BRT colours. Definitely, I am going to enjoy it now. Nevertheless, it is a varied season for me, as I will start here in Most in truck. I will drive as the Buggyra stable's guest, which is also going to be interesting. I do not think I am spoiling my driving style, I am permanently broadening my horizons," smiled Michal.

A routine technical preparation for the Most event was done during previous weeks in the team's assembling shops, and the Bohemia Racing Team is not going to leave anything to chance. "We are prepared for anything, as usual, and likewise Tomáš, I just wonder what is the weather going to be like. The specials DTM are more unpredictable on water than other cars, thus creating a huge challenge for us," added the BRT manager, Petr Najman. Changed several times, the weekend's schedule just indicates that the qualification was on Friday after the noon, and the evening was devoted to the first sprint of over two-litre road cars. Michal Matějovský came second in the qualification following his teammate Tomáš Kostka, who also won the first sprint race. Matějovský was third. The BRT are free on Saturday, on Sunday after lunch there is sprint two.



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