The organisers of next month’s brand new MIBO International Race in the Czech Republic has released the track layout on which the titles of inaugural Champions will be decided over the two and half day event that runs from March 3-5th. Featuring a 30 metre long straight, the track is 19 metres deep and is the creation of touring car racer Enrico Jung with input from man behind this event Michal Bok. A follow on from the very popular pre-pandemic Mibosport Cup held at the Sports V Hotel venue in Hrotovice, the first running of the MIBO International Race has already attracted an entry of more than 200 that includes star international drivers such as Mugen’s Ronald Volker, Yokomo’s Christopher Krapp and Xray’s Bruno Coelho.
Top international female offroad racer Jessica Palsson is to contest the inaugural MIBO International Race. The Schumacher backed 1:10 Offroad driver will travel to the Czech Republic for the March 3-5th event as one of a number of Swedish drivers making the trip to Hrotovice. The 20-year-old EFRA Ambassador, is the reigning 2WD Euro Buggy Master Champion and joins the likes of Bruno Coelho, Martin Bayer, Ronald Volker and Christopher Krapp as part of the international field of racers representing 12 counties that will contest the event. Organised by Michal Bok, like its predecessor, the Mibosport Cup, which was a series of races, the one off MIBO International Race weekend will feature two separate tracks to cater for both Onroad and Offroad racing action.
Xray has confirmed that it will be sending Bruno Coelho to the inaugural MIBO International Race in the Czech Republic. The exciting new indoor event on March 3-5th, will feature both onroad and offroad racing action with Coelho set to focus his attentions on the Offroad competition. Kicking off his 2023 season with victory at the annual GP3F in France last weekend, the reigning Touring Car World Champion will use the event to work alongside Xray’s offroad designer Martin Bayer as the duo begin preparations for what is a big year for 1:10 Offroad. In September, the two time 4WD Buggy World Champion will travel to the US to contest the IFMAR 1:10 Offroad World Championship with one of Bayer’s creations. Xray will also be officially represented at the MIBO International in onroad with Martin Hudy, who is responsible for Xray’s onroad car design, contesting the Modified Touring Car class at the inaugural Michal Bok created event.
Factory Mugen Seiki touring car ace Ronald Volker will contest the inaugural MIBO International Race. The former World Champion will represent the Japanese manufacturer at the Czech Republic event on March 3-5 marking a return to the venue where the German has enjoyed much previous success. The multiple ETS Champion has clocked up numerous championship race wins at the Sport V Hotel including kicking of his long run of title defences with victory in Hrotovice. The MIBO International Race will see separate onroad and offroad tracks provide two stages for a full weekend of racing action and with drivers like Volker and Yokomo’s Christopher Krapp already confirmed, it is sure to witness some of the great touring car battles of the past relived in this exciting new chapter in Hrotovice’s racing history.
MIBO has added these super rigid 25T aluminium adjustable servo horns, a logical addition to its growing product offering given their already extensive range of servos. This reliable and universal servo horn is for everyone who wants to use their servo to the max and achieve quick and precise steering on any off-road, on-road, or drift machine. Thanks to the clamp-lock for servo spline fitting and rigid design, this servo horn transfers the servo movement to the steering mechanism without any backlash or flex. In addition, thanks to the easy wide-range length adjustment, it allows for steering response tuning. Whether you need to shorten the lever ratio in order to get a maximum servo travel and precise control, or lengthen it for maximum possible speed, you can do it in few seconds. Just loosen the ball end, move it in the groove and tighten it back. Thanks to the embedded self-locking nut, you don’t need to worry about it ever going loose.
Continuing to grow its race team, MIBO has added successful German Team Yokomo Stock Class driver and highly experienced Yokomo Factory Team mechanic Enrico Jung. Jung joins top international touring car ace Christopher Krapp in representing newcomers MIBO and its ever expanding range of products that already includes servos and chargers. One of MIBO’s goals in signing Jung is to use his experience to assist and consult in the development of new products with them stating they believe he is the right person with whom they will be able to bring even more new products in the long term. Commenting on the announcement, Jung said, “I am really happy to join Mibosport/MIBO I will use the new charger, servo’s and some more stuff who is coming really soon… stay tuned. Big thank‘s to Michal, can’t wait to push this amazing brand.”
Following on from the recent announcement of the new MIBO International Race that will take place in the Czech Republic on March 3-5, details of the race weekend schedule and the classes have been published. The international indoor event will bring together both offroad and onroad as it presents two separate tracks at the Sport V Hotel in Hrotovice. A venue that always proved hugely popular with racers for the sheer convenience of being able to race, eat and sleep all under one roof. the Mibo International Race is also node to the past when individual international race weekends were once common and made up the indoor season. Onroad, the racing action will cater for Modified, 13.5 Stock & FWD Touring cars plus Formula. Offroad will cater for 2WD and 4WD Buggy as well an open class of ‘Offroad Kids’ that will give the future stars of racing an opportunity to be a part of this international event.
Mibosport is excited to announce that it is bringing a new international indoor event to the calendar in 2023 with the inaugural running of the Mibo International Race on March 3-5 in the Czech Republic. Pre pandemic, the Mibosport Cup was well established as one of Europe’s top annual indoor race series attracting some of the biggest names in racing to the town of Hrotovice. Now following the series’ forced break, Mibosport is looking to bring back the racing in style to the Sport V Hotel with the creation of one big exciting weekend for both onroad and offroad racers. A venue that always proved hugely popular with racers for the sheer convenience of being able to race, eat and sleep all under one roof, the Mibo International Race is also node to the past when individual international race weekends were once common and made up the indoor season. The Mibo International Race will see separate onroad and offroad tracks provide two stages for a full weekend of racing action. Set to be a who’s who of electric racing scene, the story of the inaugural event is set to be shared with the world as it unfolds with Red RC confirming they will make a return visit to Hrotovice. As someone who still enjoys racing himself, Mibosport founder Michal Bok and his race crew are finalising a number of exciting plans for the event, details of which be announced over the coming weeks. So save the date, March 3-5, 2023, and get ready to be part of the next exciting new chapter in Hrotovice’s racing history.