The 2nd round of the 2014/15 Mibosport Cup took place this past weekend with some big names on the entry list such as Marc Rheinard, Yannic and Björn Prümper, Hupo Hönigl, Peter Pinisch, and Tom Cockerill. A total of 87 drivers attended the on-road classes with 35 drivers in Touring Car Modified, 32 in Stock LRP, 13 in Formula and 7 drivers in 1/12th scale while the off-road classes attracted a total of 83 drivers with 43 drivers participating in 2WD Buggy and 40 drivers in 4WD Buggy.
After a great battle in the the TC Modified qualifying between Marc Rheinard and Yannic Prüper, it was Yannic whose amazing time in the second round allowed him to get the TQ ahead of Marc and Patrick Gollner. The first A-main then was won by Yannic Prümper, the 2nd place went to Marc Rheinard in front of Kuba Šimurda. Marc made a mistake in the second A-main allowing Yannic to open a gap on him but after a while, Yannic had a glitch as well which Marc took an advantage of to reduce the gap a little. Despite the mistake, Yannic managed to keep the lead ahead of Marc and Kuba Šimurda. Marc Rheinard then won the third A-main with Yannic Prümper and Patrick Gollner behind. This meant the overall win would went then to Yannic Prüper with Marc Rheinard and Kuba Šimurda completing the podium.
In the TC Stock class René Kölbel took the TQ with a one-lap gap to Marcus Galler and Aleš Pelikán. René made a little gap on his rivals and won the first A-main ahead of Marcus Galler and Bartlomiej Zambrzycki. In the second A-main, Marcus Galler overtook René and he held the lead for some time but René reduced the gap to Marcus and with 4 laps to go he managed to pass him for the first position. Marcus then finished second behind René and ahead of Jürgen Horn. Even the third A-main saw the battle between René and Marcus. René again managed to keep the win ahead of Marcus and Aleš Pelikán. The overall win went to René Kölbel with Marcus Galler and Bartlomiej Zambrzycki rounding out the top 3.
Like in the Stock LRP class, it was René Kölbel who dominated the Formula class. René won all three qualifiers to take the TQ. 2nd place on the grid went to Andreas Teubl, 3rd place to Markus Wurmhöringer. Although René had to fight for the win with Andreas in every final, he managed to come in 1st in all three A-mains and to kept Ansreas behind in 2nd place. So the overall win went to René Kölbel with Andreas Teubl and Mario Sailer behind.
The TQ in the 1/12th scale class was grabbed by Marcell Wostalek ahead of Christian Schiff and Marcel Dostál. Marcell Wostalek then won the first two finals ahead of Christian Schiff to secure the overall win. Igor Lipták finished 3rd in the first final, Aleš Pelikán in the second one. Marcell Wostalek then retired from the third final and Martin Zvára took the lead ahead of Igor Lipták and Aleš Pelikán. With Marcell Wostalek in 1st place it was Christian Schiff who grabbed the runner-up spot from Igor Lipták in 3rd.
The qualifying of the 2WD class saw Tom Cockerill taking the overall TQ by winning the third and final qualifier to take the pole position in front of Hupo Hönigl and Björn Prümper who was keeping the TQ until the final round.
Tom Cockerill then won the first A-main with Hupo Hönigl and Martin Bayer behind. The second A-main again saw Tom Cockerill finishing in 1st place followed by Hupo Hönigl with Björn Prümper in 3rd. A3 again saw Tom and Hupo finishing in 1st and 2nd but his time Philipp Stocker grabbed the 3 spot in front of Martin Bayer behind so the overall win went to Tom Cockerill with Hupo Hönigl and Martin Bayer completing the podium.
4WD class qualifying had Hupo TQ in round one with Michal Orlowski and Tom Cockerill in 2nd and 3rd. Q2 had Martin Bayer coming out successful with Hupo and Tom in tow so the final qualifier had to bring the decision on the TQ. Again Hupo was the man to beat but come the start of the opening A-main Hupo had to retire, allowing Martin Bayer to take the win ahead of Peter Pinisch and Michal Orlowskik. The second A-main was led by Hupo Hönigl until lap 8 when the Austrian racer made a mistake which allowed Martin Bayer to take the lead and later the win. Hupo Hönigl came in 2nd with Michal Orlowski behind. A bit of relief for Hupo in A3 when he was able to take the win from 2nd placed Michal Orlowski with Martin Bayer in 3rd, who passed Peter Pinisch in the final laps of the race. Overall Martin Bayer took the win from Hupo Hönigl on the runner-up spot while young Michal Orlowski rounded out the podium in 3rd.