The Brno Masaryk Circuit has had a great novelty since Sunday. The seventh turn of the Brno track is newly named after the legendary Czechoslovak motorcyclist Bohumil Staš. The ceremony takes place on the occasion of a domestic motorcycle race, which is also named after a domestic motorcycle legend.
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Bohumil Staša Jr. was at a solemn ceremony on the Masaryk Circuit, during which they named the bend after his famous father.
| Photo: Automotodrom Brno / Lukáš Ston
The present riders and also the son of the famous racer Bohumil Staš Jr. of the same name learned about the ceremony. “When we went to watch MotoGP on the service road, we were always in the seventh turn the longest. We stayed in other sections only for a while, but we were here for thirty minutes. I think it was his favorite turn. He rode here a few times at the end of his career, but as an active racer, of course, everyone remembers him mainly from the original circuit, “said Staša Jr. His father was a twenty-time national motorcycle champion and twice took the podium at the World Championships. He died two years ago.
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