Praga cup vision

Praga cup
vision

This will be an absolutely unique and exciting championship. Nothing like this has been seen in the UK for years.

Mark harrison
CEO, Praga Cars UK

1 Highly competitive downforce racing
2 High safety standards compared to open cockpits and tubular chassis
3 Proven reliability, very low maintenance costs and depreciation
4 Dynamic driving experience similar to LMP cars for novice and pro‑drivers
5 2022 and 2023 season commitment from Praga

Drivers'
prizes

Drivers'
prizes

Grand Prize

Paid Arrive and Drive 24 hours race

2nd place overall

Entry fee for racing in Praga Cup 2023

3rd place overall

2 Praga karts

Team
prize

Team
prize

Grand Prize

2021/2022 Used Praga R1*

* OWNER OF THE WINNING R1 WINS AN R1 IN 2022

Key Facts

Key Facts
6 UK Rounds
16+ Cars guaranteed on the grid
1 At least 1 non‑championship
European race Weekend
R1 2021/2022 used factory car
to the winner*

#winninginstinct

* OWNER OF THE WINNING R1 WINS AN R1 IN 2022

Race
format

Race
format
Total track time 290 min
Fri – testing 4×30 min
Sat – qualifying 30 min
Sat – race 60 min
Sun – qualifying 20 min
Sun – race 60 min

Drivers‘
references

Drivers‘
references
Picture of driver Ben ‘The Stig‘ Collins

Ben
‘The Stig‘
Collins

PRAGA CARS UK

The Praga R1 is a rocket ship and it's amazingly rewarding as every wide-eyed lap requires total commitment.

Picture of driver Romain Grosjean

Romain Grosjean

PRAGA CARS UK

With the R1’s design and performance, the 2022 Praga Cup will be spectacular. And a great addition to UK motorsport. I hope to see you there!

Picture of driver Jimmy Broadbent

Jimmy Broadbent

PRAGA CARS UK

Racing the R1 this year has been an amazing experience. I am now desperate to win a race!

Technical
specifications

Technical
specifications
Renault-Alpine Praga T Engine 978 × 4130 × 1803 mm
Cylinders / Valves: 4 / 16 Dry weight: 643 Kg
Bore / Stroke: 82.7 × 93 mm
Displacement: 1998 cm3
Engine Power: 365 bhp
Engine Torque: 395 Nm