What does the first winner’s trophy that Laurin & Klement vehicles secured three times in a row in the so-called Industry Prize between 1909 and 1911 actually look like? What challenges did the ŠKODA OCTAVIA TS 1200 face in 1964 when it won its class twice in the Shell 4000 Rally across Canada? And what trophy did Pavel Sibera and Petr Gross hold high in the sky after winning the FIA Formula 2 World Cup for rally cars of up to 2.0-litre capacity in 1994?
The answer to these and many other exciting questions about ŠKODA AUTO’s motorsport history can be discovered on a virtual tour of the ŠKODA Storyboard. As part of a digital exhibition, racing enthusiasts can journey back in time and view 11 of the many trophies, prizes and winners’ plaques that testify to the successful motorsport history of Laurin & Klement and ŠKODA AUTO over the past 120 years. Each of these trophies tells its own story, from the pioneering era at the beginning of the 20th century to the FIA World Championship title in the WRC2 Pro category in the 2019 season.