Supersport 300 Cup and Superstock 1000 Cup: the season started in Hungary
Pictures: Matteo Cianciosi
Last weekend Panonia Ring, Hungary, hosted the Alpe Adria Motorcycle Union with the first round of the Supersport 300 Cup and Superstock 1000 Cup,
The event had been organised at short notice as a result of the disruption of the original calendar due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Never the less it was a very well planned and executed event with a total of 89 rider, with a changeable weather that made the weekend very demanding.
In the Superstock 1000 Cup Mateo Laczko from Hungary won both the race on Saturday and Sunday, while the Swiss Florian Hüsler and the Slovenian David Bozic finished respectively second and third.
The Supersport 300 class is relatively new, but it’s already becoming an important entry class for the young riders sharpening their skills before the head for the larger machines or even the FIM championship in this class.
Winner in both the days was Petr Svoboda, from Chez Republic. Mateusz Hulewicz (Poland) got the second position in race1 and race2. Third position for the Slovenian Lukas Simon on Saturday and for the Hungarian Mate Szamado on Sunday.
Next round will be on 30th August in Croatia.