Stare Mesto ‘Old Town’ Road Races Summary

Stare Mesto ‘Old Town’ Road Races Summary

First formed during the early 1950’s, the Stare Mesto Road Races, commonly known as the ‘Old Town’ meeting, remains one of the foremost fabric layers of Czechia road-racing.

Clashing with the FonaCAB & Nicholl Oils North West 200, the latest event edition (13th-14th May) featured races for yesteryear, three wheeling, four-stroke, Super Twin machines.

Competitors to bank class victories included Irish roads regular, enthusiastic German road racer Chris Meyer.

Meyer sped to 125 (B) race spoils, finishing one lap in front of respective second, third place finishers Lubomir Kamenar, Tomas Parus.

Petr Najman, Patrik Horak led the Supermono, Supersport 400 classes whilst another seasoned Czech-roads participant Marek Zima, edged out Matyas Kapral for Sport Production 125cc honours.

Additional classified race winners, were the following:

Christopher Eder (Moto 3), Pavel Navratil (Open 250), Jiri Obtulowicz (Classic 175 A), Petr Cadek (Classic 250 B).

Miroslav Jebavy (Classic 350 A), Gerald Nestler (Classic 350 B), Ladislav Vitvar Junior (Classic 500 A), Jan Malina (Classic 500 B).

Johann Furbock (Classic 750 A), Matej Mohler/Adam Kostiuk (Sidecars).

RE featured image – Yes, before anyone states it this picture is from the Ulster Grand Prix in 2019, showcasing Chris Meyer’s real roads skillset.

Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou

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