Having successfully retained his IRRC Supersport crown at Imatra, Marek Cerveny goes into competition at Frohburg, with without a doubt, a lot of pressure off his shoulders.
Competing on the Intermoto backed ZX6R Kawasaki, Marek arguably at this moment in time the most in form pure road racer from continental Europe, will start a strong favourite in the IRRC Supersport races at Frohburg.
Main challengers to Marek for the final round of the 2016 IRRC series, include 2014 champion Joey Den Besten.
This year has seen him embroiled in multiple great battles for wins with Marek, expect no different around the popular roads of Frohburg.
Two times IRRC Supersport champion Laurent Hoffmann has the roads craft, proven pace, determination and experience, to be in prime contention for race wins.
Amongst Belgium’s leading pure road racers, he’s sure to be right at the sharp end in the Supersport encounters around Frohburg, same applies to France’s Pierre Yves Bian.
It’s fair to say Pierre has been one of the most improved roads competitors throughout 2016. Don’t be surprised to see him end his years IRRC campaign in the best possible style with at least one race win.
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Added notable entrants include Seymour trophy winner at the 2016 Manx Grand Prix Thomas Gottschalk, Andres Blaha, Tuukka Korhonen, Wolfgang Schuster and Ilja Caljouw.
An interesting entry, comes in form of Hendrik Voit piloting a Suter, for his own team which is titled Road Racing Team Voit.
35 riders are entered in total, for the IRRC Supersport races at Frohburg, which includes five wildcards.
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Supersport action is always closely fought, expect no different at Frohburg, as multiple riders aim for victories, at one of Continental Europe’s most prestigious and famous roads venues.
Words by Stevie Rial