A small company builds a racing car around an engine borrowed from an established manufacturer. This description could fit any number of carmakers, such as Ariel or Caterham. The thing is, most of them call the British Isles, not Slovakia, home.

Praga Racing is based in Orechová Potôň, a village in Southwest Slovakia with a population of less than 2,000. Don’t let this fool you, though, because the company is far more serious and said village is also the place where the Autodrom Slovakia Ring, a track built in 2009 that has hosted FIA World Touring and GT1 championship races, is located.

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