Tatra RallyAn unforgettable utilitarian event
On Wednesday, May 1, an important event was held reserved for Utility Vehicles in Bratislava, organized by the Slovak ANF Federation of FIVA, in collaboration with the local Veteran Club TATRA 141, which was attended by the Director of the Utilitarian Commission Fiva Roberto Sarzani and the members of the Commission Mr. Timo Vuortio, Frantisek Cecil, Petja Grom, and of course Mikulas Ivansko, organizer of the event and also a member of the Commission.
The event, titled Veteran Tatra Rely, Fiva 2019 calendar, saw the participation of many Tatra vehicles, a Slovak manufacturer, both for transport and cars; Tatra also built trams and buses, which were also present at the event.
In the morning, the local authorities, together with the members of the FIVA Utilitarian Commission, started the event which, from the central Piazza dell’Opera House, led through the streets of the city to continue towards Austria; on the return, in the afternoon, in the pleasant area of the Forest Koliba, just outside Bratislava, a large audience awaited the return of the many vehicles, trucks, buses, military vehicles and much more.
On the gala evening, held in the nearby Slovak Television Tower, Director Roberto Sarzani awarded the organizers of the important event and the owner of the oldest vehicle in the group, a small Tatra bread transport van, built in 1925, with the Spirit Of FIVA award, the important award reserved for the best events and the most interesting historical vehicles.
The President of the local Tatra Club, Peter Baliga, thanked for the presence of the FIVA Utilitarian Commission almost complete and for the attention that FIVA had for the event in Bratislava; Commission Director Roberto Sarzani, in turn, thanked for the welcome and excellent success of the event.
Special thanks go to Commission member Mikulas Ivansko for his availability and for the splendid organization of his stay in Slovakia.
The Utilitarian Commission also held a meeting on the previous day, during which it discussed the programs carried out and the work to be done in the coming months, aimed at the projects planned for 2019.
For the Commission, this was a moment of great growth and greater presence in the world of all utilitarian vehicles, both military and civil, from tractors to trucks, to buses, etc. during which, for the first time ever, a specific event was awarded with the award Spirit of FIVA.
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