An uncompromised road legal performance car with race‑bred principles that offers a unique combination of light weight, high power and phenomenal aero – for challenging lap records or dominating track days, whilst offering on-road comfort and practicality: from an historic company with global race-winning pedigree.
Over the past 20 years Praga has grown to reach a new level of global representation in many different kinds of track activities, production and services. Praga manufactured its own enduro bikes and specialises in karts as well as the race-winning, carbon monocoque Praga R1 racing car. The R1 has taken the chequered flag in European and American racing competition, most recently winning its class in the UK’s highly competitive 2019 Britcar series. Following success on the track, the brand has returned to the road - and to the skies - in recent years. Road car design and production was tested again with the unique Praga R1R prototype, whilst the Praga Alfa programme took flight in 2016
The purest racing car combination: lightweight with extreme downforce and low running costs. Full carbon chassis, body and safety cell.
Praga, one of the world’s oldest car brands, has confirmed its first road-legal hypercar has entered production in a dedicated facility in the Czech Republic. The Praga Bohema – first revealed
Praga, the historic European race and road car manufacturer based in Prague, Czech Republic, signed its first official national US race car dealer in early 2023: and it’s been pole position from the
As production starts for the road-legal Bohema hypercar, Praga celebrates its growing influence on the track in 2023 with the R1 competing internationally across nine countries, taking race wins and s
University of Wolverhampton Racing (UWR) driver, Shane Kelly, has been named as the Praga Driver of the Year by the ZEO Prototypes Series. Having competed the Praga R1 alongside UWR team mate Jess