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Hengelo Road Races – IRRC Superbike Races Round Up

Top class racing was seen throughout at the opening round of the 2015 international road racing championship at Hengelo Road Races.

Opening IRRC superbike race saw Sebastian Le Grelle triumphant following a high quality performance from the S1000RR BMW mounted rider.

Koen Zeelen finished a fine second as Vincent Lonbois completed the podium finishers.

Reigning IRRC superbike champion Didier Grams finished a highly creditable fourth, Johan Fredriks was fifth as Matti Seidel finalised the top six.

Sealing top ten finishes included David Drieghe in seventh, Marc Fissette in eighth, Kamil Holan in ninth and Marnix D’Hondt in tenth.

Second IRRC superbike race of the weekend would provide race victory to Johan Fredriks. In wet conditions Johan proved why he is will be amongst the main contenders for IRRC superbike championship victory in 2015.

Didier Grams finished in second place as Sebastian Le Grelle chalked up third place finish.

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Photo by Stephen Bower

Koen Zeelen sealed highly respectable fourth as Jochem Van Den Hoek showed his star quality in clinching fifth place finish.

Marc Fissette, Moritz Gunther, Kamil Holan, Franck Petricola and Lambert Berrewaerts all showed good form in achieving top ten placing’s.

Following opening round of the 2015 international road racing championship Sebastian Le Grelle holds championship lead on 41 points whilst Johan Fredriks holds second position in standings on 38 points.

Didier Grams is two points further back in third position as Vincent Lonbois and Marc Fissette hold joint fourth place on 20 points.

Next round of the 2015 international road racing championship takes place at Oss road race in the Netherlands.

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