Dealer Daredevils front runner, David Vrsecky of the Czech Republic, bagged the Champion title in the PRO Class, with a double victory at the fourth T1 Prima Truck Racing Championship held at the Buddh International Circuit. The Two-time European Champion stayed true to his title, grabbing the lead in both PRO Class races. Drivers from FIA’s European Truck Racing Championship dominated the race in their first time competing in India at the T1 championship. These International drivers competed in the PRO Class Category.
Vrsecky was closely followed by the Hungarian, Norbert Kiss of Team Tata Technologies Motorsport, clinching the second podium position. German driver, Gerhard Korber of Dearer Warriors secured the title of second runner up, finishing off the podium positions. The Madras Motor Sports Club (MMSC) organised the only Indian Truck Racing Championship, adhering to performance and safety standards according to the guidelines of the British Truck Racing Association (BTRA). 400 bhp powered T1 Prima race trucks were built for the T1 Prima Truck Racing Championship, which was conducted under the aegis of FIA and FMSCI.
Six international teams competed in the PRO class category of the one-make championship. The Super Class victory went to Uttar Pradesh based driver, Pitambar. This was punctuated by it being his first professional truck race win. Tata motors partnered with multiple leading Indian brands for this season of the T1 Championship. WABCO, JK tyre, Castrol, Cummins, and Tata technologies were the partners. The 1000 bhp T1 Prima Race Truck, featured in this edition of the championship as India’s fastest and most powerful racing truck, clocked in the fastest lap time of 1:35.674, around a 3.1 kilometre circuit. The Czech champion, David Vrsecky clocked in a lap time of 1:47.204, making it the fastest lap time in a 400 bhp race truck of this season.
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