More than 1,000 euros of cash prizes, eight other special awards, about 1,200 toys distributed among the 6,000 spectators that packed the Murcia Way and the Corner of the Convent, a total of 21 participating cars - the highest figure of the sixteen editions of this test - from geographical points such as Totana, Abarán, Archena, Fuente Álamo, Pinoso and, of course, Cieza.
The Crazy Cars race of Cieza goes to more every year having consolidated as the activity of the fair of the city that attracts more public.
The crazy cars began to arrive at the pits at ten o'clock in the morning to launch from noon on the already traditional circuit of the Camino de Murcia.
As for the awards, the car 'El Talao' won first place in the Speed â€‹â€‹category, since it completed the tour in just 30 seconds, followed by 'Los Albares' and 'Gas Mokey'.
The originality was in 'Trojan Horse', with the first place, the 'Homage to Fleki' convoy, a memory to the memory of an already disappeared man who sweetened the town's patron saint festivities countless years with his insurmountable waffles and 'Hotrook' .
Finally, the award for the best stage was taken by the Peña Autolocotón, a crazy car that simulated a fruit box in clear tribute to Cieza, the first European peach producer, and fruit cooperatives and farmers in the municipality.
The mayor, Pascual Lucas, and the councilor of Festejos, María Jesús López, attended the awards ceremony.
The Spanish Television evening program 'Direct Spain' is scheduled to issue a report on the test this week.