Last weekend saw the Czech Grand Prix take place in Hrotovice with 90 racers in attendance along with some top international drivers too. In qualifying it was Toni Rheinard who stuck it on pole position ahead of David Ehrbar with new Tamiya driver Steen Graversen lining up in 3rd, with race organiser Michal Bok and Dennis Fadtke rounding out the top 5. In the finals Toni took the win in the first leg by just a second ahead of Steen, with David having to settle for 3rd spot. In the second leg David took the win, following a touch between Toni and Steen that opened a gap and allowed Ehrbar to take the lead, setting up a last leg battle for the overall title. In the final leg Toni set off and built up what looked to be an unassailable 3 second lead, but a crash together with slow marshalling lost the Tamiya driver his lead and once again David was there to pick up the pieces. This leg win secured Xray driver David Ehrbar his first International win ahead of Toni Rheinard in 2nd and Steen Graversen in 3rd spot. In the stock class it was Xray racer Zdenko Kunak that took the win from Rene Klöckner in 2nd driving a Tamiya and Jakub Plechac in 3rd for Hot Bodies.