Police in the Czech Republic launched an investigation after several videos of the GP2-era Dallara driving around the main circuit were posted on social media over the weekend.
A series of tweets showed the Dallara GP2/08, which served as the base for the second-tier GP2 series between 2008 and 2010, the championship renamed Formula 2 in 2017, being driven at apparent speed on the highway before its will be released from the interchange. albeit civilized after a few moments.
Someone took an old GP2 car for a road trip in the Czech Republic.
Police have not been able to identify the driver and are searching for him.
????: @MigueluVe pic.twitter.com/rNgr8j87H0— Dan — EngineMode11 (@EngineMode11) August 14, 2022
Decked out in Marlboro colors and branding meant to mimic Michael Schumacher’s 2004 F1 championship-winning Ferrari F2004, the GP2/08 was motivated by a normally aspirated 4.0-litre V8 instead of Ferrari’s claimed 3.0-litre V10 capacity up to 462 kW. in the special race.
According to the caption of the related video, the sighting first began in 2019, and in this case, Dallara is shown briefly chasing a previous-generation Chevrolet Corvette C7 while driving at a seemingly leisurely speed.
Y esta no es la primera vez que lo hace, ya fue recorded haciendo lo mismo en 2019 y entonces tampoco pudieron identificarlo pic.twitter.com/O4rDQeV9w0— uVe (@MigueluVe) August 14, 2022
When publishing the mentioned clip, the American edition Road and track reports that the driver has never been identified by the police despite his sporadic appearance on Czech roads.
Said to have happened last Saturday before becoming a viral sensation on Sunday, authorities are said to be looking for the Dallara and its driver, although nothing else is known at this time.