PRAGA R1 ON WINNING STREAK AHEAD OF START OF 2023 PRAGA CUP UK
Three weeks ahead of Round 1 of the 2023 Praga Cup UK, the Praga R1 is on a winning streak securing race wins at circuits around the world.
Praga Racing UAE and the R1 piloted by Ian Roberts dominated on track at Round 5 of the Gulf ProCar Championship at Dubai Autodrome on 25th and 26th February, securing two pole positions, two fastest laps and two outright wins, up against tough competition from Ferrari Challenge and Porsche cup cars.
Meanwhile in the USA, Fellner Motorsport and driver Danny van Dongen picked up two race wins at Homestead-Miami Speedway at the FARA USA Miami 500 on 11 th and 12 th February, following four race wins at the PBOC Motorsports Club’s WinterFest at Sebring on 21 Wed and 22nd January .
In Australia, Praga Racing ANZ and lead driver Ricky Capo have begun pre-season preparation in the Praga R1 ahead of the Australian Prototype Series 2023, which begins at Phillip Island on 29th and 30th April.
REGISTER FOR THE 2023 PRAGA CUP UK
In the United Kingdom, Praga Racing UK and a host of other UK-based teams are in the final weeks of testing ahead of the start of the 2023 Praga Cup UK, which will run as its own class in the Britcar Prototype Cup.
Entries for the Praga Cup UK are still open to both PRO and AM drivers and will see the Praga R1 share the grid with other prototypes across five Rounds at the UK’s top race circuits.
Round 1 see the Pragas return to Silverstone Circuit on 25th and 26th March with live race coverage on YouTube.
To register and find out more visit: https://www.britcar-endurance.com/prototype-cup/ .