The best Serbian race car driver Dušan Borković continued his winning streak the last weekend of the TCR Eastern Europe championship, by winning the first of the two races that are being held at the Hungaroring. In the general rankings, the Serbian ace now has a maximum of 175 points and already has the title of the champion. After the fastest lap in the qualifying, Borković secured the pole position for the both races.
The best Serbian race car driver and NIS Petrol Racing Team driver Dušan Borković and his co-driver Igor Marković defended the championship title and climbed the podium of the 53rd Serbia Rally. Borkovic and Markovic were the fastes in their Škoda Fabia R5 EVO, with 2 minutes and 20 seconds lead to the second-placed Bulgarian crew Angelov - Gadzhev. On the second day of the competition, stages were held at: Klobuk 1, Župa Tamjanika 1, Staniševci REV 1, Klobuk 2, Župa Tamjanika 2 and Stanišinci REV 2.
The best Serbian race car driver Dušan Borković and his co-driver Igor Marković finished leg 1 of the 53rd Serbia Rally as the fastest in all six special stages that were held today. Apart from the incidents on the first and fourth stage (Stanišinci 1 and 2) last year's champion tandem had no other problems on the way to the great result. In the total score after the first day they were one minute and 43 seconds faster than the second placed Angelov-Gadzhev tandem.
Dušan Borković, the best Serbian race car driver and a NIS Petrol Racing Team driver who is the last year's winner of the Serbia Rally confirmed his participation in this year's most important international automobile competition for Serbia. The winning tandem of Borković and his co-driver Igor Marković will thus defend the title at the 53rd Serbia Rally this year, which will be held from October 2nd to 4th in Vrnjačka Banja, Serbia.
The best Serbian race car driver Dusan Borkovic finished the sixth consecutive race with a victory and the maximum number of points, and thus one weekend before the end of the championship he secured the title of the TCR Eastern Europe. The Serbian ace now has the maximum of 150 points in the general standings, 84 more than the second-placed driver which enables him a solid position at the top before the finishing round of the championship at Hungaroring.