Didier Grams became superbike international road racing championship champion for the fourth time at Frohburg road races this weekend. Opening IRRC superbike race saw Didier clinch the title with race victory after a closely fought race with Johan Fredriks and Michael Dunlop.
Second IRRC superbike race provided the rider regarded by many as one of the best road racers in Europe with second win of the day around Frohburg following an extremely close race with Johan Fredriks who in 2014 has been Didier’s main pursuer for IRRC superbike title victory.
Overall 2014 has been a fantastic season of road racing for Didier Grams who along the way has secured wins at Hengelo road races, Oostende road races, Chimay road races and now at the Frohburg road races.
Plus the popular rider enjoyed a good North West 200 debut which included 18th place finish in feature superbike race. Didier is set to compete at this years Macau Grand Prix where he will be bidding to end his season in style bettering his current personal best finish around Macau of 8th place.