Federico Liber from Italy dominated this weekend on Hillclimb Lučine in Slovenia. He won with Gloria G8p Evo on all three practices and all three races and on Race 2 made also new track record with time 1:59.397.
He was without any serious opponent. The closest was czech driver Vaclav Janik, who was three seconds behind after Race 2, but had to retire before start of Race 2 so second place went to hungarian driver with croatian licence Laszlo Szasz in Raynald Zetek.
On third place overall finished slovenian driver Vladimir Stankovič with Dallara T2, but he doesn’t compete in general standings of slovenian hillclimb championship where win went into Milan Bubnič’s hands. He won with his Lancia Delta ahead Rado Raspet (Audi R8 GT3) and Matevž Čuden (Renault Clio).
With a high win finished race Franci Likovič (MG ZR 105) in division 1 of slovenian championship. More than seven seconds behind finished Aleksander Buh (Peugeot 205 Rallye) on second place and three more seconds ahead Žan Nagode (MG ZR 105) on third place.
Matevž Čuden won in division 2 and Aleš Prek (Honda Civic Type R in divison 3.