At automotodrom Most it was held another race valid for Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship, European Championship Stock 250 and International Motorcycle Race Cup (IMRC) with over two hundred riders from 13 countries This event was honored by the visit of the FIM Europe Road Racing Commission President Mr. Ejgil Solkær from Denmark.
European Championship Stock 250 4T class: victory in Most was shared by the resident rider Oliver König and Italian Manuel Torrini, who also increased his lead in this class.
Winner at both races at class 125GP/Moto3 was a 14-year old rider Martin Gbelec, who came to Most straight from the ongoing series of Red Bull MotoGP Rookies. The remaining two places on the podium were occupied by Italian riders Gabriele Gnani and Nicola Settimo. For ageless Gnani this race was prove to his lead in championship classification.
Class 125 SP was dominated by Pierre Coppa, who, after a short break in racing quickly returned to excellent form. In this case again, the second and third place were shared by two riders, this year’s traditional rivals, Radek Lamich from Czech Republic and Italian rider with croatian licence Andreij Kosmač. Lamich’s unregular participation in Alpe Adria, makes Kosmač the main favourite of the series and on next race in Hungaroring Kosmač can take first championship title of this AARR season.
The most successful rider of Superstock600 class in Most was Karel Pešek, who won on Saturday and finished second on Sunday behind the Hungarian Dávid Juhász. Alen Györfi is leading at championship but only with 8 point lead over David Juhász.
Hungarian rider János Chrobák experienced defeat in Supersport class races for the first time this year. He won on Saturday, but on Sunday he was defeated Sebastian Zielinski. Nevertheless, Chrobák got back to the first place of the championship in front of the Czech rider Igor Kaláb.
As soon as the Czech rider Michal Filla, the defending champion of Alpe Adria title in Superstock1000 class, enter the event in Most, it was obvious that this race will be very difficult for other riders to win. Michal Filla win both races. Filla’s compatriots, Michal Prášek and Michal Šembera, are the biggest rivals in the battle for Alpe Adria championship. Šembera was more successful in Most and he takes the lead for a single point over Prašek.
Polish rider Marek Szkopek and austrian Roland Resch both win one race at Most at class SBK. Roland Resch increased his lead in the crampionship to 63 points in front od Marko Jerman.
Next event of Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship, ME Stock 250 and IMRC series will be held from 7th from 9th August on Hungaroring.