Sebastien Le Grelle maintained his IRRC superbike class championship lead following the Oss Road Races.
S1000RR BMW mounted Sebastien was victorious in opening IRRC superbike race whilst race two would see him finish in second position following another top quality display.
Photo by Stephen Bower
Vincent Lonbois secured race victory in second IRRC superbike race as he impressed hugely around Oss.
Add in second place finish during opening race it means that Vincent now holds fourth position at present in international road racing championship superbike class.
Koen Zelen recorded back to back third place finishes whilst Johan Fredriks, Didier Grams, Timothy Baken, Marc Fissette, Matti Seidel, Jochem Van Den Hoek, Ales Nechvatal, Lambert Berrewaerts all produced high quality display’s at Oss.
Marek Cerveny proved the dominant force in IRRC supersport races securing back to back race victories.
Leading the challenge to Marek was rising road racing star Luca Gottardi who chalked up two second place finishes as he further enhanced his reputation as one of Italy’s leading pure road racers.
Reigning IRRC supersport champion Joey Den Besten finished third in opening race whilst nailing back to back fourth place finishes was Kevin De Frenne.
Laurent Hoffmann was happy with fifth place finish in IRRC supersport race two as he showed his proven real road racing quality.
Sammy De Caluwe, Marc Bornhausser, Marcel Zuurbier, Daryl Dorich, Thomas Wendel, Hanno Brandenburger, Chris Nobel, Stefan Wauter, Christian Schmitz all produced strong performances during top class IRRC supersport races.
Next round of the 2015 international road racing championship takes place at the Oostende Road Races in Belgium.
Photo by Robby Repsol
The meeting which takes place on the 20th to 21st of June is set to see racing of the highest quality as Sebastien Le Grelle and Marek Cerveny bid to maintain their championship leads.