Source Pravda.Ru

Russian auto racers' triumph at 4th round in Latvia of European Championship

Russian auto racers took first three places at the 4th round in Latvia of the European Championship.

The two-day races stopped on Monday at the Musa track nearby the Latvian town of Bauska. Crews from 10 European countries participated in the race.

The winner of the D-1 class auto racing is Radik Shaimiyev - son of the Tatarstan President. The second place went to last year's European Champion Ilya Reznichenko. The third place is occupied by Rustam Minnikhanov, Tatarstan Prime Minister. Prominent Latvian racers brothers Ivo and Ugis Traurbergis especially tuned Ford Puma for Minnikhanov before the race.

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