Wednesday, June 21: Officials and riders have begun to arrive for this weekend’s Grand Prix of Hungary, the opening round of the 2023 UIM-ABP Aquabike European Continental Championship in Nyíregyháza-Levelek.
After final registration and technical scrutineering tomorrow (Thursday) at the settlement adjacent to the 200 hectare Levelek lake in Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county, free practice sessions get underway on Friday morning for seven of the 13 racing categories and run through after the lunch break until 16.30hrs. Day one action then concludes with Moto 1 heats for Ski GP3, Ski Junior 3.2 and 3.3 (World Championship), Runabout GP4 and Ski GP4 entrants.
Saturday’s hectic schedule begins with the Moto 1 heats for eight of the remaining nine race categories and a pole position session for Freestyle entries. The lunch break precedes a further eight Moto 2 heats that round off the day’s action.
Sunday morning sees a further five Moto 2 heats and Moto 3 action for Ski GP3 and Ski Junior 3.2 (World Championship) riders. A frantic final session on Sunday afternoon sees another 10 Moto 3s, starting with the Runabout GP4 finale and ending with Runabout GP1 and the second of the Freestyle Motos.