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300 Curves Of Gustav Havel: Dominant Supersport Success For Holan

As a high quality battle ensued for second, out front Kamil Holan showcased again why he is regarded amongst the Czech Republic’s leading closed roads exponents by producing a faultless display on the Dafit Moto Racing Yamaha, in the sole Supersport race of the 2018 300 Curves of Gustav Havel races.

Never headed in the race, which was red flagged on lap 10 following an incident involving Krystian Paluch, the 2012 Newcomers A Manx GP winners race, winning advantage stood at plus 11 seconds over the closely matched Thomas Walther and Christian Schmitz.

Photo by Robby Repsol

IRRC Supersport front runners Walther and Schmitz were covered by just over 0.3 of a second after nine laps, whilst fourth placed Jochen Rotter was only a further 0.6 plus off sealing a podium finish.

Czech roads specialists Richard Sedlak and Michal Vecko finished fifth and sixth, Max Gaube claimed a very creditable seventh place finish, whilst IRRC Supersport series leader Matthieu Lagrive concluded his maiden weekend of competition at Horice with a solid eighth place finish.

Concluding the first ten finishers, in a race which saw a diverse international field battle it out for class honours were Betontransport backed Petr Wiesenberg and Daniel Schmidt.

Supersport Race Results:

1 Kamil Holan
2 Thomas Walther
3 Christian Schmitz
4 Jochen Rotter
5 Richard Sedlak
6 Michal Vecko
7 Max Gaube
8 Matthieu Lagrive
9 Petr Wiesenberg
10 Daniel Schmidt
11 Anders Blacha
12 Wolfgang Schuster
13 Henrik Voit
14 Karel Brandtner
15 Martin Riedl
16 Pavel Zima
17 Martin Sedlak
18 Jan Nehasil
19 Lubos Nehasil
20 Petr Kostal
21 Krystian Paluch
22 Marian Blazek
23 Sebastian Witt
24 Robert Rohde
25 Petr ml Vajner
26 Miroslav Kuchta
27 Lukas Svoboda
28 Jiri Subr
29 Anezka Svobodova

Words by Stevie Rial

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