300 Curves Of Gustav Havel: Race Day Round Up

300 Curves Of Gustav Havel: Race Day Round Up


2012 Newcomers A Manx GP winner, Kamil Holan backed up his qualifying form, with a dominant Supersport success at Horice.

Gradually moving his way to the front, during the ten lap race, his nearest challenger throughout was Wolfgang Schuster, who dropped out of contention on lap 8.

This elevated Christian Schmitz, to a brilliant second place finish, as Richard Sedlak finalised the podium finishers.

Michal Dokoupil had a productive race finishing fifth, behind fellow Czech racer Michal Vecko, whilst prospective Manx GP newcomer Miroslav Sloboda was a solid seventh.

300 Curves of Gustav Havel – Supersport Race Results:

1 Kamil Holan
2 Christian Schmitz
3 Richard Sedlak
4 Michal Vecko
5 Michal Dokoupil
6 Max Gaube
7 Miroslav Sloboda
8 Karel Brandtner
9 Daryl Dorlich
10 Petr Kostal

Super Twin:

Michal Dokoupil, concluded his preparations for upcoming eighth TT Races in style, with Super Twins success at Horice, following a top draw display from the crowd favourite.

Marek Stibor battled his way to second, Joel Smolders was third, whilst additional notable race results included Stefan Holz in sixth place, and Niklas Pfeiffer finishing a respectable ninth.

300 Curves of Gustav Havel – Super Twin Race Results:

1 Michal Dokoupil
2 Marek Stibor
3 Joel Smolders
4 Jan Markalous
5 David Hanzalik
6 Stefan Holz
7 Marian Blazek
8 Martin Hulin
9 Niklas Pfeiffer
10 Petr Najman

125 Production:

With the start of the 125 production race red flagged, the re started race, now run over seven laps, would see Radek Lamich victorious.

The RS 125 Aprilia mounted rider, was over eight seconds clear of nearest pursuer Martin Sedlo, as Petr Kolar secured the final spot on the podium.

It was good to see such a healthy entry within the production 125 class, showcasing that the ultra lightweight machines, still have a prominent presence within the continental European roads scene.

300 Curves of Gustav Havel – 125 Production Race Results:

1 Radek Lamich
2 Martin Sedlo
3 Petr Kolar
4 Miroslav Sedlo
5 Marek Zima
6 Michal Vecko
7 Pavel Habrda
8 David Rezac
9 Lukas Fikker
10 Miroslav Kuchta


Shaun Anderson powered to his second Supermono success, at Horice, absolutely dominating today’s 10 lap Super Mono encounter.

Almost a minute ahead of second placed Frantisek Loucka, the former Newcomers A Manx GP runner up, was in blistering form on the Kramer Motorcycles 690 machine.

Karel Kalina edged out Libor Kamenicky for the final place on the rostrum, following a close fought battle for third.

300 Curves of Gustav Havel – Supermono Race Results:

1 Shaun Anderson
2 Frantisek Loucka
3 Karel Kalina
4 Libor Kamenicky
5 Alexander Michel
6 Pavel Jancik
7 Mario Wilhelm
8 Christopher Eder
9 Marek Nemecek
10 Ladislav Vojtko

125 GP/250:

Patrik Kolar tasted success in the 125 GP race, finishing 16.593 seconds clear of Oldrich Podlipny, with Christopher Eder wrapping up the final spot on the podium.

The 250 class saw Darvill Racing’s Eric Lenser victorious. Eric now based in France, but originally from Australia, stated on his Twitter page about his momentous race win:

“Win on the 250 at Horice! Had to fight for it every lap, but so happy to pull it off!.”

Karel Matus second, was joined on the podium by Franko Piesner, who completed the podium finishers.

300 Curves of Gustav Havel – 125 GP Race Results:

1 Patrik Kolar
2 Oldrich Podlipny
3 Christopher Eder
4 Jan Novotny
5 Chris Meyer
6 Jiri Obtulowicz
7 Radim Daniel
8 Radek Konarik
9 George Carlson
10 Werner Steege

300 Curves of Gustav Havel – 250 Race Results:

1 Eric Lenser
2 Karel Matus
3 Franko Piesner
4 Petr Kunc
5 Radek Josefik
6 Tomas Fichna
7 Philippe Delaunay
8 Petr Kovar
9 Boris Korcak
10 Robert Svorc

Words by Stevie Rial

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