Following on from last month’s Spring Prize meeting, high level race action was back at the Czech Grand Prix venue Brno this weekend, with the Summer Prize event taking centre of attraction.
Leading roads competitors in action included Banbridge’s Shaun Anderson. Kramer Motorcycles backed Anderson went onto take second in the sole Super Mono race, finishing just over nine seconds behind class victor, experienced Czech roads exponent Petr Najman.
Added roads royalty from the Czech Republic to showcase accomplished form included twice IRRC Supersport Champion Marek Cerveny, who acquired a brace of top five finishes within the premier 1000cc races.
Aside from Wepol Racing’s Cerveny, additional Czech roads talents in competition included Libor Kamenicky, David Hanzalik, Michal Vecko, Ales Nechvatal, Tomas Borovka, Leos Hlavacek and Emil Krchnavy.
Racers well known to pure road racing fans for their exploits on closed roads courses not mentioned yet, who also sampled the Summer Prize meet include the following:
KDM Hire Cookstown 100 bound David Datzer, Slovakia’s Miroslav Sloboda, Nadieh Schoots and two time IRRC Supersport class Champion, DLF Racing’s Laurent Hoffmann.
Words by Stevie Rial