IRRC Horice: Blistering Hamberg Acquires Supersport Pole

IRRC Horice: Blistering Hamberg Acquires Supersport Pole

Perhaps going a touch against the form book, Performance Racing Achterhoek’s Jorn Hamberg bested home favourite Marek Cerveny, in this afternoon’s race for IRRC Supersport pole at Horice.

The top contenders for this year’s IRRC Supersport title, duked it out, recording evenly matched lap times before Dutch talent Hamberg found the combination to another gear, setting a new unofficial middleweight class lap record of 2:16.752 seconds.

This gave Hamberg an advantage of almost 0.4 of a second over 765 Triumph pilot Cerveny.

Cerveny’s fellow countrymen Petr Najman, Kamil Holan went onto finish third, fourth fastest.

Ex Czech Road Racing 250 Champion Wolfgang Schuster took fifth on the live timing leader board, closely followed by TT Races newcomer from 2022, Ilja Caljouw.

Seventh quickest, Michal ‘Indi’ Dokoupil was the final competitor to go sub 2:20 seconds.

Completing the first ten from Supersport Q2 were Karel Brandtner, Mauro Poncini and 373 plate holder Romain Cleaz Savoyen.

Quick mention as well about Horice circuit debutant, Never Be Clever Racing’s Forest Dunn who placed a respectable 19th quickest overall.

Photo credit: Robby Repsol

Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou

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