2 September 2021

The Goodyear Cup at Most produced another superb weekend of racing, where Téo Calvet secured a triple victory on his team’s home circuit, and British driver Shane Brereton took the win in the last race on Sunday

Buggyra racer Téo Calvet claimed three consecutive victories on his team’s home circuit, taking over the lead in the Goodyear Cup standings.

After an admittedly difficult qualifying session for race 1 on Saturday, which saw the Frenchman start from tenth, Téo worked his way up into eight to secure the win in the Goodyear Cup and also pole position for race 2.

He didn’t get the best getaway from the top spot though, as he spun his rear tyres on the wet side of the track, which made way for André Kursim. Norbert Kiss, who was on a charge from behind, made his way past Calvet, who drove home a very strong race crossing the line in third overall. A post race penalty for Kiss meant that Téo moved up into second overall, his best FIA ETRC result to date.

In race 3 Calvet started from sixth on the grid and went on to secure his third victory of the weekend. Only in race 4 he had to settle for second place, as British racer Shane Brereton secured the victory. 

Brereton took home solid points from the weekend in Most, claiming 3 second places and a win in the last race, which also saw him finish third overall. 

The purple MAN racer showed consistently strong performances in all four races, and leaves Most in second place overall, six points behind Téo Calvet.


Fellow British racer Jamie Anderson scored a podium in race 1 and took home a good points haul, which places him third in the standings in the Goodyear Cup.  

“It’s a new truck and we didn’t have a lot of seat time,  we’re still learning,” said Anderson.  “We tend to struggle in qualifying which puts us on the back foot, but we showed good pace in race 3 which is encouraging. It’s been a challenge with the new truck and sitting on the right hand side. Every single bit has been a challenge, including looking at the track from a different angle. We’re working with Sascha at Team Löwenpower, it’s looking good and we’re going at the right stages, we just have to be patient." 

Most too seems to be a happy hunting ground for one race entrant Lukas Hahn, who took two podiums in the races on Sunday.

Tankpool24 racing driver Steffen Faas had a mixed weekend overall after a retirement in race 1 and a fifth and two sixth place finishes.

Buggyra racing driver Aliyyah Koloc collected 22 points over the race weekend, as she continues to gain experience at the wheel of her Buggyra Freightliner.

Clemens Hecker, who celebrated his 40th birthday earlier in the week,  scored points in all four races on the weekend. The German racer leaves Most in sixth in the Goodyear Cup standings.

Luke Garrett was on racing duties for British entry MV Commercial. The Czech track proved a challenge, as he was hit with a drive through penalty for track limits in race 2. Garrett leaves Most with 15 points in the books and the Brit is set to get more track time later in the year.

The next races in the Goodyear Cup will take place at circuit Zolder in just over a week’s time.

Check out the latest points standings HERE