One of just a few Czech roads meetings to take place this year, the Dymokury Road Races (5th-6th September) has attracted a truly star studied entry list.
Amongst those set for their first real roads competition of 2020 include IRRC legend Didier Grams.
Consistently in contention for IRRC Superbike title honours, Grams latest roads expedition sees him compete again under the G&G Motorsport banner, piloting S1000RR BMW machinery.
Others to keep a close eye on within the blue riband 1000cc class include twice IRRC Supersport Champion Laurent Hoffmann (Delaur Road Racing), Performance Racing Achterhoek’s Virgil Amber Bloemhard, Nadieh Schoots (Rebel Racing), MTP Racing’s David Datzer.
Not forgetting renowned Czech roads talents such as Tomas Borovka, Ales Nechvatal and Jiri Petrla.
Looking towards Supersport action, high calibre entries include LSE Racing’s Christian Schmitz, the Performance Racing Achterhoek duo of Ilja Caljouw and Jorn Hamberg, plus improving Mountain Course exponent Miroslav Sloboda.
Alongside the 1000’s, 600’s, there’s also Super Twins, yesteryear classic (175-250cc, 350/500/750cc), 125/Moto 3, Super Mono/400 races set to take place next month.
Ones to watch within the above mentioned classes include Kramer Motorcycles Shaun Anderson, David Hanzalik, Michal Vecko, Stefan Holz, Chris Meyer and KTM pilot regular Christopher Eder.
Reminder competition around the fast flowing Dymokury course, begins on the 5th of September with timed practice scheduled to begin at 08:10 AM local time.
Words by Stevie Rial