The Big Shock! Racing team reached an excellent fifth place in the second demanding stage of the Dakar and holds the 4th position in the overall ranking. This time, too, there was no shortage of adventures. The crew of the yellow truck consisting of Macik, Tomasek and Svanda drove 457 kilometres in a vibrating truck.
In the first sharp stage of this year's Dakar leading from Jeddah to Bisha, the Big Shock! Racing team kept pace and after a thrilling fight for the top positions in the truck category, reached the finish line in an excellent 5th place and holds the same position in the overall ranking. The crew managed
The Big Shock! Racing team’s yellow truck with the number 503 passed the technical inspections smoothly in the morning and a few hours later reached the finish line of the 2021 Dakar prologue in the 3rd place. The driver Martin Macik, navigator Frantisek Tomasek and mechanic David Svanda, the crew that managed to win the
“The first small victory of this year's Dakar! We all tested negative, so we can go. It will be a piece of cake from now on," the head of the Big Shock! Racing team Martin Macik, Sr. sighed with relief when all members of the Sedlcany team received negative PCR test results, which gives them
"Hooray, we're here," Martin Macik announced on Monday morning when the Big Shock! Racing team, together with other Czech competitors, landed in Jeddah, the venue of the 43rd Dakar Rally. The great adventure will start on Saturday, January 2, eagerly awaited by millions of fans around the world. Truck driver Martin Macik is looking forward
Dakar 2021 is becoming a reality. Part of the port of Marseille has just turned into one of the most interesting car parks in Europe. Racing teams are gathering there to hand over their vehicles to the organizers of the Dakar rally for a transfer to Jeddah, where the 43rdyear of the legendary race will
Dakar 2021 is approaching. Martin Macik, Frantisek Tomasek and David Svanda, the truck crew of the Big Shock! Racing team received a message that the organizers of Dakar ranked them among the priority crew, which means that they will be more closely monitored during the race. This is another novelty in the current turbulent development.
The Big Shock Racing! team has received safety instructions for the 43rd annual legendary Dakar Rally 2021. This is another positive news confirming that the world's most demanding rally will start as planned from Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah on Sunday, January 3. The competition is expected to have stricter security measures to guarantee the protection of
The Big Shock! Racing team left for the Polish rally Baja Drawsko this weekend mainly to practice on the 330 valuable racing kilometres before the upcoming Dakar. The crew members were as usual: Charles, an Iveco truck, driven by Martin Macik, navigated by Frantisek Tomasek, with the technical assistance of David Svanda. Francis, the team’s
3 months left until Dakar and Macik is getting excited, searching for ‘backup’ dunes and a plane to Jeddah
Big Shock! Racing team preparations for the 2021 Dakar are in full swing. Charles, the truck, had an automatic gearbox installed and went through several technical improvements by the skilled mechanics in the Sedlcany workshops. The crew, driver Martin Macik, navigator Frantisek Tomasek and mechanic David Svanda, have already tested the modified truck at a
All trucks from the Big Shock! Racing team workshop have earned respect On Sunday, all three Czech trucks, based on the development of Martin Macik, Sr. in Sedlcany workshops, happily arrived at the Baja Poland finish. Although the rainy weather turned the Polish track into a muddy riverbed with sections where water was up to
The first race of the season will be "fratricidal," we built the competition ourselves Dakar Big Shock! Racing team starts in the first race of this season. Baja Poland, a race motorsport fans have been looking forward to for a long time, will send drivers on an off-road track leading to a military area near
The Big Shock! Racing truck passed the stress test Sedlcany team Big Shock! Racing missed the May camp in Africa due to the coronavirus. That is why the driver Martin Macik traded the Sahara sand dunes for mud on the off-road track in Milovice. The goal was clear; to push the improved race truck as
Macik tried the automatic gearbox and needs to find something to do with his right hand The Big Shock! Racing team driver Martin Macik has begun his training for the Dakar 2021. This week, the Czech driver was finally able to drive through the Sedlcany valley in his Iveco truck with a new automatic gearbox.