The Winter Czech National Championship was held in Rtyne v Podkrkonosi 150km North of Prague. The race format saw controlled practice on Friday, qualification on Saturday and finals on Sunday. Around 100 drivers attended in the several classes including touring car modified, 17.5T zero boost stock, GT, formula and hobby. 17 drivers in stock and 34 touring modified mixed up with some of the top Czech drivers makiing for close and competitive racing. In modified Zdenko Kunak started strong during the controlled practice and he also was on the top of the field in the stock class but he experienced pressure by Marek Cerny. Zdenko though struggled with setup as the hand out tyres been too old delivering virtually zero traction and side bite. After a slow start Zdenko was able to win the important last qualifying races taking TQ in both the stock and modified class. In the finals the race was still on between Zdenko and Marek and at the end it was Zdenko who took the modified class with Marek being successful in stock.