The event takes place between 23 and 25 June, but the teams occupy their “headquarters” some days earlier. The main event on Friday will be the Supertest, starting at 5 PM, where the drivers of the Championship compete on parallel tracks. This race form is quite popular among the spectators as it takes place on a small track full of obstacles. Organisers plan to raise the standard of Friday’s “warm-up” by organising a concert of a famous Hungarian band on the disused prologue track. The offroad days, which play an essential role in the final result of the race, start at 9 AM both on Saturday and Sunday. Drivers take 3 laps a day, demonstrating their skills in 3 different types of special sections (cross, enduro and extreme). The daily distance to be covered is about 200 km, which means 7 and a half hours of motorcycling. The tests are easily accessible and are expected to be highly spectacular. Drivers must complete the linking sections within the specified time limit and arrive at the designated time control points on time. At the end of the day, the winner is the driver with the least total time, with penalty seconds included. Both race days will be rewarded separately on the awards ceremonies at the end of the day in Women, Youth, Junior, GP2 and GP categories.