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IRRC Horice – Round Up

IRRC Supersport Race 1:

Marek Cerveny began what would be a highly prodigious weekend for him at Horice, with a dominant display in the opening IRRC supersport race.

Nearest challenger and main IRRC supersport championship rival Joey Den Besten finished over six seconds behind in second place.

Wrapping up the top three finishers was 2012 newcomers A Manx Grand Prix winner, Kamil Holan.

Wolfgang Schuster finished a more than creditable fourth, whilst Pierre Yves Bian and Denmark’s Anders Blaha both impressed in finishing fifth and sixth.

Wildcard Richard Sedlak secured seventh as Max Gaube, Christian Schmitz and Daniel Schmidt all secured top ten placing’s.

IRRC Supersport Race 1 Results:

1 Marek Cerveny
2 Joey Den Besten
3 Kamil Holan
4 Wolfgang Schuster
5 Pierre Yves Bian
6 Anders Blaha
7 Richard Sedlak
8 Max Gaube
9 Christian Schmitz
10 Daniel Schmidt

IRRC Superbike Race 1:

Marek Cerveny was in lap record breaking form as he won a compelling opening IRRC superbike race at Horice, his new lap record set on the seventh was a lap time of 2 minutes 14.761 seconds.

Four times IRRC champion Didier Grams secured the runner up spot as reigning IRRC superbike champion Sebastien Le Grelle, finalised the top three finishers.

Vincent Lonbois was fourth whilst Kamil Holan, Johan Fredriks, Ales Nechvatal and Jochem Van Den Hoek all produced highly accomplished display’s in finishing fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth.

Petr Biciste finished a highly respectable ninth as Pavel Tomecek concluded the top ten finishers.

IRRC Superbike Race 1 Results:

1 Marek Cerveny
2 Didier Grams
3 Sebastien Le Grelle
4 Vincent Lonbois
5 Kamil Holan
6 Johan Fredriks
7 Ales Nechvatal
8 Jochem Van Den Hoek
9 Petr Biciste
10 Pavel Tomecek

IRRC Supersport Race 2:

Marek Cerveny’s domination of the fourth round of the 2016 International Road Racing Championship, continued in the second IRRC supersport race.

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Photo by Robby Repsol

As in the opening encounter, he was in top class form on the Intermoto backed ZX6R Kawasaki, although this time the gap to nearest pursuer Joey Den Besten, was not as big, with the race winning margin been 1.909 seconds.

Kamil Holan secured another third place finish, Wolfgang Schuster was once again fourth as Richard Sedlak finished an excellent fifth.

Pierre Yves Bian completed the top six as Karel Brandtner, Daniel Schmidt, Max Gaube and Christian Schmitz recorded seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth place finishes.

IRRC Supersport Race 2 Results:

1 Marek Cerveny
2 Joey Den Besten
3 Kamil Holan
4 Wolfgang Schuster
5 Richard Sedlak
6 Pierre Yves Bian
7 Karel Brandtner
8 Daniel Schmidt
9 Max Gaube
10 Christian Schmitz

IRRC Superbike Race Two:

Didier Grams recorded his first victory of the 2016 IRRC season, following a commanding performance in the second superbike race at Horice.

Didier and the G&G Motorsport backed S1000RR BMW proved to strong for everyone, including the undoubted IRRC rider of the meeting Marek Cerveny.

Sebastien Le Grelle in third made it a S1000RR BMW 1-2-3, as Vincent Lonbois ended a low key meeting by his high standards with another fourth place finish.

Kamil Holan fifth, enjoyed without a doubt his most successful IRRC meet of the year of the date, on his BMW Motorrad Czech Republic backed machine.

Amongst the leading newcomers at this years TT Races, Jochem Van Den Hoek finished sixth on the Performance Racing Achterhoek ZX10R Kawasaki, as he finished leading Dutchman in front of fellow countreyman Johan Fredriks.

Completing the ten finishers where three rising roads star from the Czech Republic, Ales Nechvatal, Tomas Myslivecek and Pavel Tomecek.

IRRC Superbike Race Two Results:

1 Didier Grams
2 Marek Cerveny
3 Sebastien Le Grelle
4 Vincent Lonbois
5 Kamil Holan
6 Jochem Van Den Hoek
7 Johan Fredriks
8 Ales Nechvatal
9 Tomas Myslivecek
10 Pavel Tomecek

Following an enthralling meeting at Horice, the next round of the 2016 International Road Racing Championship, is set to be in my opinion amongst the most prestigious as the series moves onto the famous Imatra circuit in Finland.

It’s going to be interesting to see who gels the quickest with a roads venue, steeped in history.

Words by Stevie Rial

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