Road Racing News

Czech Roads Stars Thrill At Ostrava Radvanice

Czech roads stars a plenty thrilled at the annual Ostrava Radvanice meeting, as many of the nations leading road racers recorded high calibre results.

A top draw Super Twins race saw SV650 Suzuki mounted Marek Stibor secure victory, edging out prospective Manx GP competitor Miroslav Sloboda by just over 0.9 of a second.

Photo by Rene Stejskal

Front runner at Terlicko, Daniel Zornweg scooped Super Mono honours, heading home Libor Kamenicky and Karel Kalina.

Whilst 125 SP/125 GP victories went the way of respectively, Eduard Werner and Patrik Kolar with Marek Zima, David Rezac, Werner Steege and Jiri Obtulowicz all obtaining podium placing’s.

Riders to secure Classic class titles included Jiri Tenk, Vaclav Drabek and David Frencl.

3.5 kilometres long, the roads of Ostrava Radvanice has developed in the last 9 years, into one of the Czech Republic’s most technically challenging roads circuits.

There’s a subtle purity about the Frantisek Bartos circuit, it feels and looks raw and real, and in my opinion is a prime example of pure road racing in it’s most undistilled form.

Words by Stevie Rial