One day from the end of World Trial Outdoor, the Catalan Toni Bou puts things in their place, achieving a victory in Tona that leaves him only a point to revalidate your crown. In addition, Montesa has scored a double thanks to the Takahisa Fujinami's second place, while Jeroni Fajardo (Beta) could not repeat the victory obtained in the Andorran event, and had to settle for third place.
For its part, Adam raga (Gas Gas) misses the last chance to close the gap with the leader, and walks away from the title fight. A time penalty dropped him to fourth place, putting the title on a layup for Bou. Gas Gas, the appointment came 12 points behind the leader, and goes to 17. Although mathematically he can still be champion, everything seems to indicate that - if nothing extraordinary happens - Toni Bou will revalidate his scepter. In fifth place he finished Albert cabestany (Sherco), followed by Marc Freixa (Gas Gas). With the eighth place of Daniel Oliveras (Gas Gas) are six nationals in the top eight positions. With design and organization of the Moto Club Tona, the appointment - the penultimate of the world championship - has resulted in an extraordinary sporting and public success. About the test, Toni Bou has commented:
For his part, Adam Raga agreed with the result:
In Junior, the victory has been for the Spanish Alfredo Gómez (Montesa), followed by the Italian Matteo grattarola (Sherco) and Catalan Francesc Moret (Gas Gas). With this triumph, Gómez consolidates himself in the second place of a championship that he has already won Alexz Wigg (Beta). For its part, Laia sanz He has also taken part of the test, obtaining tenth place.
In the section Youth 125, the victory went to Pere Borrellas (Gas Gas) followed by Jack Sheppard (Beta) and Maxime warenghien (Sherco). In the absence of a test to close the contest, the Champion is Jonathan Richardson (Sherco), while Spanish Carles Naughty (Gas Gas) is third, while Borrellas is in fifth place overall.
Next day (last of the World Cup) next Sunday (9/13) at the French resort of Isola 2000.