Supermoto S3 and Supermoto SM Junior: season finale in the Czech Republic
Season finale for the Supermoto S3 and Supermoto SM Junior in Vysoke Myto, in the Czech Republic.
Supermoto SM Junior
In Race1, at his home race, Jan Ulman (TM) had no issues in securing a start to finish lead and correspondingly win of the first race in the junior class. With safe and stable riding, the Czech rider finished ahead of the Estonian Aksel Partelpoeg (Husqvarna) with a difference of 1.6 secs. Third place for the Russian Ivan Mosin (TM) who crashed in the off-road section and could not reach the leaders.
In Race2 Ulman repeated the start to finish lead and won proving to be the fastest Junior rider in season 2019 with 8 heats victories and 200 points. Despite his good weekend in Vysoko Myto and his double second position, Aksel Partelpoeg had to settle for the third position in the standing with 157 points. Third at the event, but second in the standing is Mosin.
In Race1 poleman Viktor Neychev had a good start and was leading for a couple of laps, when a mistake in the off-road section made him last, adding some extra delay by entering the pitlane for repairs. This gave the opportunity to home riced and championship title contender Denis Fligr (Honda) to win the race with extreme gap to the second and third riders. Behind Fligr, for the most of the race the Estonian Kristian Siilak (Husqvarna) was second, but Neychev overtook him in the last lap, getting the third final position.
In Race2, Neychev was overtaken by Fligr who took the lead for a couple of laps, with Siilak third. Some moments later, Fligr crashed in the off-road part: enough for Neychev to go ahead and keep the distance for the remaining laps of the race. Although the Bulgarian won the event in Vysoke Myto, the gold medal went to local rider Denis Fligr with 160 points, Neychev remained second with 147 and the bronze medal was won by Siilak with 145 points.