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WTCR contender Michelisz in demand in Hungary

WTCR contender Michelisz in demand in Hungary

10/02/2018 12:00

Norbert Michelisz was the centre of attention at a press conference to promote the Hungaroring’s 2018 fixtures in Budapest on Thursday.

WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup racer Michelisz (pictured left) joined Zsolt Gyulay, CEO of Hungaroring (centre), and Gyárfás Oláh, President of the Hungarian federation the MNASZ (right), for the gathering in his country’s capital city.

More than 70 journalists were in attendance including four TV stations. Having recently been announced as a BRC Racing Team Hyundai driver for 2018, Michelisz was in big demand, answering a number of questions.

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