The first race of this year’s Moravian Cup and Slovakian Championship took place on June 27-28th on the new race track Slovakia Ring. For the organizers of the MP and MSR, this modern go-kart track which is located next to the famous Slovakian car circuit and which was finished and opened at the end of 2019, was the organizer’s premiere.
Despite very demanding conditions that prevailed on the track due to extremely hot temperatures exceeding 40 degrees in the background of the team tents, the race went smoothly and very successfully for the MS KART brand.
The new MS KART factory driver Jakub Talaš made his debut in the highest category of KZ2. And his performance was really breathtaking. After a little hesitation in the first race when Kuba did not started well and finished second he won both next 2 races, the third race even with an overwhelming lead of the entire finish straight. Jakub Talaš well deserved the highets step on the podium at Slovakia Ring and commented the race with following words: “The chassis goes so great that I am driving and actually still laughing all the time!”
The race of the ROTAX DD2 class was a real battle from start to finish and a really interesting show for the spectators. The talented Slovakian driver Nikolas Szabó, a new member of the MS Kart Racing Team since 2020, excelled on his new MS Kart Blue Phoenix chassis. Nikolas won the time practice and secured pole position for the start of the first heat. He finished second behind Petr Bežel, the winner of the Rotax Grand Final 2019. In the second and third heat, he had exciting fights with both Běžel brothers and also with Adam Kovacs from Hungarian Kancsar Racing team, who is also driving MS Kard. Nikolas finished 2 times on P3 which meant a beautiful 3rd place overall behind Petr Běžel and Adam Kovacs. With results P6 in time practice and P5, P5 and P6, another driver of the MS KART Racing Team Marek Mizera finished on P6 and his teammate Vilém Hene finished on P8 overall.
In DD2 Masters Kamil Kubera got P2 on MS!
In the Rotax Max Junior cathegory Tomáš Javůrek ranked 9th overall and Jakub Kubera took the same result in Rotax Micro Max.