The second round of the Mibosport Cup 2016/17, organised by the team of Michal Bok, saw a total of 170 participants, with 93 drivers signing up for the on-road and 128 drivers signing up for the off-road classes. Qualifying for the Touring Car Modified class was won by Alexander Hagberg. Marek Černý finished second with Viljami Kutvonen in third.
Alexander won the first A-main with Dominic Vogl and Viljami Kutvonen behind. Marek Černý lost his second position in the second lap due to a contact with Viljami and took the fourth place in the race finish. Alexander won the second A-main and took the overall win. The battle for second, between Marek Černý and Viljami Kutvonen, finished better for Viljami who made a very nice move and took the second position. The third A-main started with a race collision which meant a retirement for Viljami. However, Marek and Alexander took advantage of the situation, made a gap to their rivals and fought for the win. Even though they drove very closely to each other, Alexander managed to defend his position ahead of Marek and took the win. Alexander then took the overall victory with Marek Černý and Viljami Kutvonen completing the podium.
Philipp Neudinger took the TQ in the Stock LRP class ahead of Tom Krägefski. Philipp won the first A-main in the start-finish style, the second place went to Oliver Havránek with Robert Patrzek finishing in third. Philipp won even the second A-main and prematurely took the overall race win. Tom Krägefski finished close behind Philipp, Oliver Havránek managed to fight through to the third position. The third A-main was very similar to the second one, when Philipp and Tom made a gap to their rivals and Oliver overtook Alexander Mayer for the third place. Philipp then took the overall victory with Tom Krägefski and Oliver Havránek behind.
Herbert Weber was the one to dominate the Formula class again. In qualifying, Herbert managed to take an one-lap gap to his nearest rivals, Gabor Forrai and Wolfgang Reichel. Herbert won the first two A-mains and prematurely took the overall race victory. After a great drive in the first A-main, Lukáš Hoch managed to take the second position ahead of Gabor. In the second A-main, Gabor Forrai, Lukáš Hoch and Thomas Göschel fought for the second position. This battle was won by Gabor with Lukáš finishing in third. After Herbert’s retirement from the third A-main, Gabor took the win ahead of Wolfgang Reichel and Lukáš Hoch. The overall first place went to Herbert Weber with Gabor Forrai and Lukáš Hoch completing the podium.
Same as in the past event, Tomáš Lipták dominated the 1/12th scale class with taking the TQ ahead of Thomas Dvorszky and Aleš Pelikán. Tomáš won all the A-main as well and became the overall winner of the event. Thomas Dvorszky took the second position in the first A-main with Thomas Göschl finishing in third. Thomas Göschl managed to finish on the second position in the second A-main ahead of Aleš Pelikán. Aleš fought through to the second position in the third A-main, Wolfgang Reichel finished third. The overall victory went to Tomáš Lipták with Aleš Pelikán and Thomas Göschl behind.
Qualifying for the 2WD Buggy class was won by Martin Bayer, second on the grid went to Hupo Hönigl with Kája Novotný finishing in third. Martin Bayer made a mistake in the third lap of the first A-main and was overtaken by Hupo and Kája. Martin then managed to win the second A-main ahead of Kája and Marcel Rekettye. Martin was leading the way in the third A-main when he made a mistake again and lost some positions to Hupo and Kája. Then he was overtaken by Aleš Bidovský. Hupo Hönigl then won the final and took the overall victory with Martin Bayer and Kája Novotný completing the podium.
Martin Bayer took the TQ even in the 4WD Buggy class with Kája Novotný and Aleš Bidovský behind. Martin won the first A-main without any problems with Hupo Hönigl losing many positions in the second lap. However, Hupo managed to fight his way back to the top and took the second position ahead of Kája Novotný. Martin was leading in the second A-main but he was overtaken by Kája Novotný. Aleš Bidovský finished third. The third A-main was lead by Martin ahead of Kája, until he made a mistake and Kája took the lead. Then the positions turned back again, as Kája made a mistake too, and Martin took the lead ahead of Kája. Third finished Hupo Hönigl. First overall finished Martin Bayer ahead of Kája Novotný and Hupo Hönigl.
The EFRA referee, Markus Winkler, contributed with his authority and professional attitude to the fair drive, especially in the on-road classes.
During the podium ceremony, Oldřich Groch ml. was announced as the best junior of the race. The next prizes went to Thomas Göschl and Zbigniew Chelminski. All those drivers were given prizes dedicated by Schumacher, the race sponsor. Peter Loncsar was given the Yokomo star prize.
The next round of the Mibosport Cup will take place on the 14th of January 2017 traditionally in Hotel-Sport in Hrotovice.