The real sweet food for the spectators will be the BMW 325 CUP class rides, where more than 30 cars will start. In the overall standings of the championship, the Lithuanian Karolis Jovaišs has a convincing lead, ahead of his compatriot Edvinas Žadeikis by 85 points. Latvian Krišjānis Oskerko has all hopes to fight for the second place in the overall rating. In case of good performance, Artjoms Kočlamazašvili and Mārtiņš Lapiņš can also take the third place in the overall rating. Regardless of the outcome of the championship, one thing is clear – spectators will have something to see!
126 against 126 points. Walter Swede and Estonian Mikk Maaten have fought for the title of TCR class champion in such three stages! The Swede has a unique opportunity to become the first Latvian – TCR class champion, a prestigious title on the world motor sports stage. Everything will be decided on the home track in Biķernieki!
In the Baltic Six-Hour Endurance Championship, the expectations of the fans are related to the “LV Racing” team – in the prestigious TCR class overall with the Audi RS3 LMS TCR car, this unit ranks third, but if successful, it is also possible to become champions. Another Latvian team “Mazeikiu Auto sporta klubs” has an equally difficult task in the A3000 class, but the team with Artūrs Šimins in the lead is only in the mood for victory!
There will also be fans’ favorites “Flash Racing Latvia” with the exclusive Lamborghini “Super Trofeo” vehicle. The same will be true for two more competitors. The team has not succeeded this season due to technical reasons, but even the walls help at home and the team will fight for the victory in the absolute race of the class!
Everything is in Jānis Hāns’ “BTC4” class – victory in both races will allow fulfilling the long-cherished dream of becoming the Baltic champion. However, Finnish athlete Jyrki Jonkkari has exactly the same ambitions to defend his title! But Atis Veismanis in the “BTC2” class with a stable performance during the season is at arm’s length from the first place, currently taking the second place in the overall ranking table. The competition in this class in Riga will be very fierce, but Ata’s experience on the Biķernieki track allows us to hope for success.
It is a pleasure to see that the participants are also active in the newly created V1600 class – at least 3 participants will start, who will also share the championship prizes!
In other classes, too, the fate of the champions has not been decided yet, which means that there will be uncompromising battles for victory and award-winning places on the track.
Tickets for the Motul Grand Prix will be available on the day of the competition at the box office at Biķernieki track. Ticket price 10 EUR. Admission is free for children under 12, pensioners and the disabled. The event will be open to people with an interoperability certificate – vaccinated or ill.