Horňák-Aditis will deploy two cars in 2021 season

Horňák-Aditis will deploy two cars in 2021 season

24. 2. 2021 0 News , ,

Horňák-Aditis will race with two cars in 2021 season. The team manager Radim Adámek will sit behind the wheel again. But except for him, Petr Fulín jr. will also defend the colours of Horňák-Aditis. He will compete at least at Hungaroring.

In previous two years, Horňák-Aditis raced in TCR Eastern Europe with only one Audi RS 3 LMS TCR car. The team manager Radim Adámek drove it. And we will see Adámek in the action this season again.

„Our targets for 2021 season are to improve, to be closer to the top, to finish races without troubles and without damage of health, to set the best possible times and to achieve the best possible results. We will see what TCR Eastern Europe will offer and what drivers and how many cars will be on the grid. The prestige of TCR Eastern Europe is still growing. We will set goals after first round, but it would be nice to achieve podium result,“ said Adámek.

But he will not compete for Horňák-Aditis as only one driver. The team will race with two Audi RS 3 LMS TCR cars this year. And it will be Petr Fulín jr., who will drive the second one. He will appear during the opening round of the season at Hungaroring and more starts are under negotiation. Fulín jr. will race within ESET RaceSTAR project. It will be the joint project of Horňák-Aditis and Josef Křenek, the TCR Eastern Europe promoter. The project will support the talented drivers. It will be supported by personalities and significant suppliers.

„Petr will definitely race at Hungaroring. But we are still negotiating and it is possible he will compete also in more rounds or even in the full season. We would like to cooperate even more with TCR teams in the future to create acceptable and quality conditions not only for young talents. We would like to bring TCR races closer to the more drivers,“ added Adámek.

Horňák-Aditis will continue in TCR Eastern Europe this year.

In 2019, Adámek finished 12th in the overall standings and Horňák-Aditis was 10th in the teams championship. Last year, Adámek was 14th amongst drivers and Horňák-Aditis took 12th position amongst teams.