Race winner David Buky will make his return to the Milltek Sport Civic Cup after 12 months away, where he will drive one of his Kinetic Motorsport run Civic EP3’s in the Cup class.
Having focused on the 2022 season from behind the scenes as Team Manager, running several cars in both the Cup class and the Production class, Buky will once more get behind the driver’s seat, where he will run under the number 51, used by protégé Dan MacDonald earlier in the season.
Whilst four drivers are in contention for the Cup class title this year, Buky aims to make up for last season, where he endured a difficult final three rounds of the year at the Norfolk circuit.
Already having knowledge of the circuit and enjoying a recent test at Donington Park, the Kinetic Motorsports driver is eager to get back into action during what is expected to be a hotly contested final event of the 2022 season.
“After eight consecutive years competing in the Civic Cup, I decided 2022 was time to concentrate on running my team Kinetic Motorsport. I have enjoyed being involved but from the other side of the fence. However, I have been provided with a chance to drive in the final rounds, after coaching Dan MacDonald this season,” explained Buky.
“With the recent pace shown in testing, I feel this is the perfect round to get back on track and make amends for last season’s finale. My aim is to mix it with the front-running drivers, although I am aware that the level of competition this year has gone up another notch. I want to say thank you for the continued support and loyalty from my sponsors MTEC Brakes, Chemodex and a big thanks to my new sponsor Jap Service Parts. I can’t wait to get back out in the seat and see what I can do!”