Low budget racing

ER Classics Desktop 2022

low budget racing Low budget racing. With a Russian boxer

And low budget racing cannot be much cheaper. But that only makes the game more fun.

Mario Withake from Vlagtwedde does demos with a "Ural" for veterans. Actually it is a Dnepr, but after all the name Ural was on the tank when the project started. And in Russian circles it's usually not that difficult ...

Mario has motor oil flowing through his veins, but like so many of us only limited financial options. With the current price level of classics you would almost forget it. But Mario proves that fun does not depend on mega bank accounts. And that there are still plenty of options. What low budget racing is still racing!

http://www.uraldnepr.nlBut in that context too, support is sometimes highly appreciated. Mario has a sponsor.

Okay, it's not Breitling or Shell, but Richard Busweiler from RB motorhandel from Genemuiden, the Ural, Dnepr, M72, K750 en Chang Jiangs specialist. And that it is not about mega campers, pit cats and capitals, that is clear. Just look up

But it is nice that this is how it works: Low budget racing.

Our compliments for Mario Whitalen and Richard Busweiler

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