Catch up on the latest happenings in the chase for the 2017 Promoter's Cup after the action at Zolder last weekend
Buggyra International Racing System | Freightliner
A slick and professional operation based at the bespoke Technology Centre in Roudnice north of Prague, the Buggyra squad have high hopes for the 2016 season with a driver line up of championship hopeful Adam Lacko and newcomer Jirí Forman.
The team, which is managed by Jan Kalivoda, has achieved notable success throughout the years with several class wins from 2007 onwards.
The 2015 season was one of Buggyra’s most successful with 8 wins helping Adam Lacko to 2nd in the championship, and David Vršecký to 4th.
Lacko has raced extensively within the Charouz and Buggyra stables, competing in diverse racing such as FIA GT and FIA World Touring Cars. He came to trucks in 2011 and immediately started at the front, scoring several wins on his way to a stellar 2015 campaign.
In 2016 Lacko was joined by truck racing newcomer, Jirí Forman The 22 year-old driver from Úvaly u Prahy, which is east of the Czech capital Prague, showed flashes of good form but was ultimately learnign throughout the season.
For 2017 Vršecký returns but is set to miss two races at Red Bull Ring and Le Mans. The team will be hoping to go one better in both the drivers and teams titles with its distinctive Freightliner 'Fatfox' trucks.
- Alen Draganovic
- Enes Draganovic
- Adam Lacko
- David Vrsecky
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