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IRRC Horice: New Series Champion Webb Powers To Big Bike Double

Newly crowned 2018 IRRC Superbike series champion Danny Webb made it back to back big bike victories, today at Horice, following another text book, peerless, world class display within the second ten lap encounter.

Steadily getting into the groove, from mid race distance Wepol Racing by Penz 13.com’s Webb gradually opened up a comfortable advantage over Didier Grams, ultimately going onto clinch race honours by just over the 3.7 second margin.

Photo by Henk Teerink

Chalking up another third place finish behind fellow S1000RR BMW stalwart Grams, was Czech roads legend Marek Cerveny whilst Markka Racing’s Erno Kostamo made it back to back fourth place finishes.

Positions five and six in a race which once again illustrated the dominance of BMW’s S1000RR steed within the IRRC scene, were claimed respectively by twice TT Privateers championship runner up Jamie Coward and lead Suzuki runner Jonathan Goetschy.

Rapidly improving IRRC competitor David Datzer banked seventh, Ales Nechvatal was eighth as Nadieh Schoots and Tomas Borovka finalised the top ten finishers.

IRRC Horice Superbike race 2 results, are as follows:

1 Danny Webb
2 Didier Grams
3 Marek Cerveny
4 Erno Kostamo
5 Jamie Coward
6 Jonathan Goetschy
7 David Datzer
8 Ales Nechvatal
9 Nadieh Schoots
10 Tomas Borovka
11 Juha Kallio
12 Josef Luksik
13 Andreas Gangl
14 Timo Schonhals
15 Nico Muller
16 Jiri Petrla
17 Hanno Brandenburger
18 Eddy Maniguet
19 Robert Heitzinger
20 Martin Suchacek
21 Marek Stibor
22 Yannik Jacops
23 Paul Manx
24 Emil Krchnavy
25 Jean Pierre Polet
26 Dirk Kaletsch
27 Ryan Trocherie

Words by Stevie Rial

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