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We are pleased to invite you to 2011 Wing Car World Championship.

 May 15th - 22th, Pilsen, Czech Republic

 

Classes:

G12, G27 light, OMO (G7), G27, G7

 

Preliminary timetable:

Sunday 15. May - Free practice

Monday 16. May - G 12 (box stock)

Thuesday 17. May - Free Practice

Wednesday 18. May - G 27 light

Thursday 19. May - G 27

Friday 20. May - Free practice, Brewery visit -  Party

Saturday 21. May - OMO

Sunday 22. May - G 7 (opens)

 

Rules:

Rules ESROC 2011 + free rims.

Other info is here.

 

 

Directions:

 

Airport Prague, Czech Republic

80 km on the highway, not necessary to rent a passenger car, we will organize the transport for you

 

Airport Munich, Germany

300 km on the highway, passenger car is necessary

 

Airport Frankfurt, Germany

450 km on the highway, passenger car is necessary

 

Accomodations:

The rooms are reserved for championship participants in favorite hotel ROUDNA, 10-15 min on foot from the slot track.

 The Swedes, Finns, Skinner, Gugu and MSP use this hotel regularly.

Participants should book the rooms their selves. Add the remark “WING WORLD” into the booking.

www.hotelroudna.cz

 

or

 

www.booking.com/plzen 

Organizer recommends the hotel IRIDA situated also 10 min on foot from the slot track. 

 

Contact:

e-mail: zd.benes@volny.cz

 

 

Registration for the World Cup ends 5.5. 2011.

Entrants here.

Results here.

Online webcam here.

 

 

 

Traces of The Pilsen History

 

The New Town of Pilsen was founded at the confluence of four rivers - Radbuza, Mze, Uhlava and Uslava - following a decree issued by the Czech king Wenceslas II. He did so in 1295. Since the very beginning, the town became a busy trade center located at the crossroads of two important trade routes. They were linking the Czech lands with German cities Nuremburg and Regensburg.

 

In the 14th century, Pilsen was the third largest town after Prague and Kutna Hora. It comprised 290 houses on an area of 20 ha. Its population was 3,000 inhabitants. In the 16th century, after several fires that damaged the inner center of the town, Italian architects and builders contributed significantly to the changing character of the city. The most renowned among them was Giovanni de Statia. The Holy Roman Emperor, Czech king Rudolf II, resided in Pilsen twice between 1599-1600. It was in the time of the Estates revolt. He fell in love with the city. He even bought two houses neighbouring with the town hall and had them reconstructed according to his taste.

 

Later, in 1618, Pilsen was besieged and captured by Count Mansfeld‘s army. Many Baroque style buildings dating to the end of the 17th century were designed by Jakub Auguston. Sculptures were done by Kristian Widman. The historical heart of the City - almost identical with the original Gothic layout - was declared protected historic city reserve in 1989.

Pilsen experienced a tremendous growth in the first half of the 19th century. The City Brewery was founded in 1842 and the Skoda Works in 1859. With the population of 167, 000 inhabitants, Pilsen prides itself on being the seat of the University of West Bohemia and Bishopric.

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  • Registration for the EC 2016 ends 10.3. 2016.

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