We used the two-week break between the races in the Czech Republic and Hungary for minor repairs and improvements to the electric vehicle for the upcoming races. In addition, we tested intensively with the aim of better understanding the whole car and giving the pilots more space to get used to it. However, the unmanned single-seater suffered a problem with the unit in the accumulator, so we had a lot of work to do with the repair, which lasted until the last days of the races themselves. Hope always dies last.
The first races after the break awaited us at the Hungarian Hungaroring. It is a race track near Budapest and regularly hosts Formula 1. We were lucky that the F1 Grand Prix was held here the week before, so we could still see signs of the event in many places.