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Welcome at Fast & Speed

Swiss autocross season

On 12 and 13 may the Swiss autocross season started in Hoch Ybrig very near to the Bodensee, at which 140 drivers in 15 classes where present at the race organised by Sepp Marty. After about 10 years succesfully running in a Fast&Speed 2000cc 2wdr Egon Haufe began his first race with his last year car which has been modified to  4wdr. Egon explained that he sees this as a new challenge for himself in the superbuggy class. Also Josef Vögel from Austria was present with his F&S 4wdr till 1.600 cc and he was succesfull by winning all heats during this event. Furthermore Emil Süsli, Erich Knauseder und Thomas Ladler where driving their F&S buggies at Hoch Ybrig.

European Championship 2012

Last week the first European Championhsip has been driven in St Martin Valmeroux. It was a very rainy but spectacular event. In the super buggy class Bernd Stubbe won with his Fast & Speed buggy, followed by Dofour and Bartos on the second and third place.  Patrick Lavenu, Alessandro Galotta, Tim ten Dolle and Wim Kok all driving a Fast & Speed buggy became respectively 9, 10, 12 and 18.


In April autocross team Payage drove the endurance race in Marken (Belguim). This were three races of 1,5 hours.  

Mauron 2012

Bernd Stube has used the yearly winter brake to prepare his Fast&Speed autocross div 3 Superbuggy by working on all details to improve his car to defend his European Championship 2011 title. The first race for the French Championship (FFSA) in Mauron (former EC circuit) was a perfect occasion to test the car on the hard surface from the speedy track. During the time trials Stubbe managed to obtain the best laptime followed by Laurent Fouquet and Patrick Lavenue. In the heats Stubbe collected two first places and one second place which resulted in a second starting position after Laurent Fouquet. Patrick Lavenue had to start from the second row. Bernd Stubbe had a good start as a result of the improvements done with new Reiger front suspension and he showed  the public that his performance as European Champion is consistent by finishing first. Patrick Lavenue  finished second with his F&S buggy and Florent Tafani in thirth position. The French public was very enthousiastic after the races, one of the reasons for this was the attractive driving style of the German driver. During the ceremony this resulted in a big applause of the audience and gratitude of the organizers.

Race of Champions 2011

This year's Race of Champions was, like last year, at Dusseldorf Germany. The nations cup has been won by Germany for the fifth time in row.. Schumacher and Vettel drove this year for the German team. On the second day of the Race of Champions all drivers had to compete against each other. From all drivers Sébastien Ogier won the Race of Champions at his first attempt.