Kept in Suspense!


The Entry List deadlinefor this year’s EHC Buzetski Dani closed on Monday and, unofficially, we are expecting over 180 cars from 10 European countries, including 19 Formulas, seven of which hold top positions, about 40 promo drivers and 10 zero cars.

Currently leading Italian driver and Buzet track recorder, Simone Faggioli is a special treat. Last year he broke his own record – 2.11,858, racing the track at 137 km/h. Bearing in mind the Buzet event is last in the European calendar, the usual picture so far has been one of relaxed competitors with little or no need to get at each other’s vehicles. This year, however, this is not so – the holders of the European championship will be decided in Buzet, which means we are in for a great weekend full of suspense and excitement. In Category l Mr. Faggioli is only slightly ahead his compatriot, Mr. Bormolini so the race will be sizzling.
In Category ll in which the Croatian driver Tomislav Muhvic runs for the European trone, we also expect an exciting showdown.

As mentioned above, the Buzetski Dani event is the last in the European calendar and seventh in the Croatian Championship. It is the oldest hillclimb race in Croatia and along the Croatian Rally event it attracts the biggest audience.

Shows and Concerts

Buzetski Dani opens on Friday, 13th September with the Technical scrutineering and the Administrative checks.

At 6 p.m. there will be a competitors’ parade, going towards the city centre, along the ll. Istarske Brigade Street, during which fans will be able to take photos of their heroes, get autographs and see the vehicles, listen to Error band and discover what Buzet Tourist Office has to offer.

Furthermore, at the Masimova Skuja car park, just a few metres before the Start line, Car Dealers will showcase their vehicles during the whole race weekend. This is a perfect opportunity for all car lovers and fans to find out about the novelties in the car industry.

Saturday is reserved for two practices, starting at 10 a.m. Sunday race begins at 9 a.m. with the first heat. The Official Opening is at 1.15 and the second heat at 1.30 p.m.

The Prizegiving Ceremony will be held at 6 p.m.

Tickets for this year’s event cost 40 kuna for both days.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.