Horice: Fastest Super Twins/Supermono Racers Per Nation

Horice: Fastest Super Twins/Supermono Racers Per Nation

Special thanks to Czech road racing statistician Jan Vavra, for this latest intriguing stats-based piece on Horice.

Recently Jan, compiled the fastest Super Twin, Super Mono exponents per nation at Horice.

The list comprising respectively of thirteen, eight nation’s most rapid Super Twin, Super Mono Horice pilots, reads as follows:

Super Twins:

(All lap times issued below, set after 2010, lap times located near racer’s name)

Czech Republic: Marek Cerveny – 2.21.609 (Super Twin lap record holder – from 2023)
Italy: Andrea Majola – 2.24.743 (former Super Twin lap record holder – from 2021)
Slovakia: David Hanzalik – 2.25.661
France: Wayne Bourgeais – 2.25.986 (unofficially: Pierre Yves Bian – 2.23.860 in practice / DNS in race)

Finland: Tuukka Korhonen – 2.28.573
Belgium: Joel Smolders – 2.29.056
Germany: Stefan Holz – 2.30.160
Netherlands: Toufik Bijenhof – 2.30.531

Northern Ireland: Timmy Elwood – 2.30.873
Poland: Krystian Paluch – 2.33.534
Austria: Stefan Schoergendorfer – 2.34.514
Australia: Eric Lenser – 2.42.000
England: Stuart Fitton – 2.45.565

Super Mono:

(All lap times issued below post 2002, premiere of Supermono class at Horice in 1999)

Germany: David Datzer – 2.24.870 (Supermono lap record holder – from 2023)
Northern Ireland: Shaun Anderson – 2.25.085 (former Supermono lap record holder – from 2018)
Czech Republic: Petr Najman – 2.25.339
Switzerland: Ivo Ladde – 2.26.857

Austria: Christopher Eder – 2.33.156
England: Stuart Fitton – 2.40.887
Australia: Eric Lenser – 2.48.454
Ireland: Desmond Butler – 2.51.930

Photo credit: Madli Hanson

Words by Jan Vavra

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