High level two wheel racing returned this weekend in the Czech Republic, with the iconic Brno circuit based Spring Prize meeting.
Racers in attendance included various Czech road racing stars including Wepol Racing’s Marek Cerveny, who placed a creditable seventh within the sole 1000cc encounter.
Others with proven pure roads pedigree gaining track time a plenty included Michal Vecko, Tomas Borovka, Marek Stibor, Leos Hlavacek.
Two stroke specialist Chris Meyer, multi times Czech Roads Superbike Champion Ales Nechvatal and Super Twins front runner at Horice Petr Najman who powered to back to back Super Mono class triumphs in front of 2010 Newcomers A Manx GP runner-up Shaun Anderson.
Photo by Tommy Vennard
Czech Republic based action on closed roads courses is hoped to return in early August with the two day Kopcany meet, whilst an IRRC affiliated event at Horice is also planned to take place in just over two months time.
Words by Stevie Rial