First held in 1998, the Letisko Trencin meet held at the Trencin Airport in Slovakia is an established favourite with various renowned Czech road racing talents.
Similar in essence to the Jurby Airfield circuit on the Isle of Man, last weekend’s competition at the flowing Trencin circuit saw Wepol Racing’s Marek Cerveny illustrate his proven qualities.
Bested by Michal Prasek in both Superbike races, BMW machinery stalwart Cerveny would acquire successive second place finishes as he warmed up productively for the upcoming IRRC Hengelo meeting.
Going into Varsselring competition 28 points in arrears to IRRC Superbike Championship leader Lukas Maurer, he’s firmly aware he needs strong finishes to vastly improve his chances of scooping a third IRRC title.
Alongside Cerveny others fresh from sampling Czech TT action at Horice, competing across the past weekend included opening Supersport race victor Tomas Toth.
Toth who placed seventh in the Horice Supersport contests, nearly made it a middleweight class double, finishing by the conclusion of Sunday’s 600 encounter only 0.699 behind MontEx-LoStav Racing’s Matej Vit.
Additional seasoned pure roads craftsman racing at Trencin included Emil Krchnavy, Tomas Borovka, Jiri Obtulowicz, Jiri Petrla, Libor Kamenicky, Super Twins pace setter Jan Markalous and Dafit Moto Racing’s Ales Nechvatal.
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou