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IRRC Terlicko: Momentous Superbike Double For Wepol Racing by Penz 13.Com’s Webb

Taking his tally of championship points to a perfect 100 from a possible 100 available after the first four rounds of the 2018 International Road Racing Championship, Superbike class series leader Danny Webb continued his stellar maiden Terlicko tenure by securing a second successive big bike triumph.

As in the previous nine lap race, Wepol Racing by Penz 13.com’s Webb set a relentless consistent pace, steadily moving clear of G&G Motorsport’s Didier Grams.

Victorious by just over 1.8 seconds, the Royal Tunbridge Wells racer fourth successive gain of 25 points, gives him heading into action next month at Imatranajo, Finland, a handy championship lead of over 30 points.

Photo by Robby Repsol

Behind the Frohburg lap record holder, German roads great Grams banked another second place finish, as Markka Racing’s Erno Kostamo continued his impressive start to the season with another rostrum finish.

Marek Cerveny again lead the local challenge in fourth place, whilst Wepol Racing by Penz 13.com team mate Jamie Coward ended his first Terlicko venture, with a very creditable fifth place finish.

Petr Biciste was fourth, Tomas Borovka secured seventh, Josef Jezovica acquired eighth as Ales Nechvatal and the ever improving Nico Muller rounded out the top ten finishers.

Photo courtesy of Robby Repsol

IRRC Superbike Race 2 results:

1 Danny Webb
2 Didier Grams
3 Erno Kostamo
4 Marek Cerveny
5 Jamie Coward
6 Petr Biciste
7 Tomas Borovka
8 Josef Jezovica
9 Ales Nechvatal
10 Nico Muller
11 David Datzer
12 Pavel Tomecek
13 Martin Suchacek
14 Vassilios Takos
15 Timo Schonhals
16 Robert Heitzinger
17 Hanno Brandenburger
18 Yannik Jacops
19 Paul Manx
20 Ryan Trocherie
21 Fabrice Miguet
22 Rob Van Eijs
23 Kurt Haek

Words by Stevie Rial

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