stretch out on. So my ritual before important
things, like timed practice or a race, is to
stretch out there for at least a minute and
relax, think about the ride, and then go into
the car with a clear head. It’s actually like
a kind of meditation. Everybody knows to
leave me alone for those few minutes.
My lifelong racing dream is
to try the 24 Hours of Le Mans
How difficult is it to raise money and
attract potential partners on the Czech
Times are, of course, getting harder, in all
fields. So we also have to get up to work
and find sponsors, because we know that
we can’t do it without them. That’s why we
always thank all our sponsors and we are very
happy that they support us. Fortunately, so
far, we have been we have been successful
with this. Thanks to the fact that we have
good results so there will always be sponsors.
The sponsors become visible not only in
the Czech Republic, but also in the whole
of Europe, which is of great value to these
What are your plans for next year?
Where can we see you racing?
I would like to continue racing tractor
trailers and this year I also raced touring
cars, the so-called “GT”, so I would like to
continue that next year as well.
Have you experienced everything in the
world of cars, or do you still have some
Apart from formulas, I have really driven
almost everything with cars. But my lifelong
racing dream is to try the 24 Hours of Le
Mans endurance race. I haven’t managed
to achieve that yet but I hope to one day.
just sitting on your
turning the wheel.
You currently live in Prague with your
family, but you come from Frenštát pod
Radhoštěm. Do you often come back to
your home town?
Yes, I live in Prague with my wife and
children, but I still have my base in
Frenštát. I like to come back to Beskid
Mountains and spend time there. Apart
from my company, I have my parents and
sister there, so as they say, I always have
somewhere to go back to “the warm
Adam, thank you for the interview.
Foto: archiv Adama Lacka
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