Race day at the Dymokury Road Races attended by Czech Road Racing stars a plenty didn’t disappoint and some with thrilling action across all classes.
KTM machinery regular Christopher Eder powered to combined 125 GP/250 CRR/Moto 3 honours whilst 250 spoils went to 7 plate holder Karel Kalina.
Jiri Svinhos secured Classic 250, Classic 350 race victories, Johann Furbock, Pavel Novak took respective Classic 750, 500 successes and top 175cc yesteryear machine exponent was respected German road racer Chris Meyer.
Meyer who’s racing CV includes success at Armoy, also enjoyed 250cc success and finished runner-up in the aforementioned 125 GP race.
Supersport wise, Matej Vit edged impressive IRRC Horice entrant Tomas Toth for race victory, emerging just 0.631 ahead.
The above showcased Toth also took the runner-up spot in the showpiece Superbike race, finishing 3.8 seconds in arrears to Dolny Hricov, Letisko Trencin 1000cc top speedster Michal Prasek.
Lukas Fikker, Marek Nemecek acquired Super Twins, Supermono victories whilst added prominent roads course competitors in action included Slovakia’s fastest Manx GP racer Miroslav Sloboda, Tomas Borovka, Petr Biciste, Jiri Petrla and Mountain Course racing stalwart Toni Rechberger.
Yes Czech roads competition for 2021 as in 2020 has been relatively short and sweet but what we’ve witnessed at Dymokury and at the prior Horice Czech TT, shows just how unique and highly regarded it is within the Czechia region and the worldwide pure road racing hemisphere.
Long may Czech Road Racing of all kinds, continue!
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou