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300 Curves Of Gustav Havel: Cerveny Edges Grams After Classic, Enthralling Superbike Battle

IRRC greats Marek Cerveny, Didier Grams treated this afternoon the enthusiastic large crowd at the 300 Curves of Gustav Havel races, to an absolutely classic Superbike battle, that went right down to the wire.

After nine keenly contested, close fought, rapid laps of the famous Horice course, it was Czech roads legend Cerveny who made up for the disappointment of the opening Superbike encounter, edging out G&G Motorsport’s Grams in the second nine lap premier class race, by just 0.075 of a second!

Photo by Robby Repsol

Third behind the on top form all star duo of Cerveny and Grams, was Dafit Moto Racing’s Ales Nechvatal, whilst fellow countrymen Tomas Borovka, Pavel Tomecek made it four Czech racers within the first five finishers.

Performance Racing Achterhoek’s Virgil Amber Bloemhard claimed an impressive sixth place finish, Jiri Petrla was seventh, Dominik Haslinger secured eighth as Andreas Gangl and Patrik Vostarek finalised the first ten finishers.

Placing’s 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th and 15th were acquired respectively by Martin Suchacek, MHB Racing’s Hanno Brandenburger, Dan Vyslouzil, Robert Heitzinger and D2 Racing’s Thomas Mitgutsch.

Overall 21 racers completed the nine lap race, whilst notable non finishers included second place finisher in both Supersport races, Kamil Holan, Dirk Kaletsch and sole Aprilia runner Marek Stibor.

300 Curves of Gustav Havel: Superbike Race 2 results are as follows:

1 Marek Cerveny
2 Didier Grams
3 Ales Nechvatal
4 Tomas Borovka
5 Pavel Tomecek
6 Virgil Amber Bloemhard
7 Jiri Petrla
8 Dominik Haslinger
9 Andreas Gangl
10 Patrik Vostarek
11 Martin Suchacek
12 Hanno Brandenburger
13 Dan Vyslouzil
14 Robert Heitzinger
15 Thomas Mitgutsch
16 Bohdan Schaal
17 Jan Myslivecek
18 Petr Vajner
19 Bohumil Saroch
20 Vladislav Nezdara
21 Radovan Stipanek

Words by Stevie Rial

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