IRRC Frohburg: Grams Ends Fifth Championship Season Victorious

IRRC Frohburg: Grams Ends Fifth Championship Season Victorious

Didier Grams concluded the 2021 IRRC series in victorious fashion, as the foremost German road racer of his generation powered to Superbike race 2 spoils at Frohburg.

In command throughout the ten lap race, Grams was the only racer lapping sub 1.35 seconds and such was his authority that his eventual race winning advantage stood at almost nine seconds.

Whilst Grams showed metronomic pace on route to a 45th IRRC victory, the race for second wasn’t as clear cut.

David Datzer, Marek Cerveny were previous occupiers of second position before lap five saw twice IRRC Supersport Champion Laurent Hoffmann slot into 2nd which he held onto for the remaining race proceedings, having held off the resilient attentions of Virgil Amber Bloemhard.

Aforementioned BMW machinery pilots Datzer, Cerveny respectively placed fifth, fourth whilst former Newcomers A Manx GP runner-up Julian Trummer scored a more than creditable sixth place finish.

Wrapping up the top ten finishers from the final IRRC Superbike encounter of 2021 were Amalric Blanc, top Suzuki runner Joey Den Besten, Markus Karlsson and Dafit Motoracing’s Ales Nechvatal.

There was 28 finishers overall with note worthy performances outside the top 10, arising from the likes of Eddy Ferre (11th), Tomas Toth (12th) and Never Be Clever Racing’s Mark Purslow (15th).

IRRC Frohburg – Superbike Race 2 result is as follows:

1st – Didier Grams
2nd – Laurent Hoffmann
3rd – Virgil Amber Bloemhard
4th – Marek Cerveny
5th – David Datzer
6th – Julian Trummer
7th – Amalric Blanc
8th – Joey Den Besten
9th – Markus Karlsson
10th – Ales Nechvatal
11th – Eddy Ferre
12th – Tomas Toth
13th – Kamil Holan
14th – Marcel Elsner
15th – Mark Purslow
16th – Nico Muller
17th – Gido Nittke
18th – Marnix D’Hondt
19th – Yannick Jacops
20th – Jean Pierre Polet
21st – Andreas Gangl
22nd – Dirk Walter
23rd – Stephane Bednarek
24th – Emil Krchnavy
25th – Wayne Bourgeais
26th – Andreas Bose
27th – Michael Wimmi
28th – Aku Korhonen

Photo credit Robby Repsol

Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou

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