Bou is back in style

The Montesa Honda rider wins the second round and makes it full of victories at Pobladuras de las Regueras after his setback in the TrialGP in France.


To Caesar what is Caesar's. If Toni Bou lost a race for the first time in two years last weekend, his response has been that of a champion: a double with authority in the home GP. The discomfort that Piera had on his forearm have remained in the past and he has once again dominated with an iron fist, writing one more chapter in the endless history that is the Trial World Championship for Bou.

The virtue of a leader is none other than making the most of all situations. In Saturday's race, the Catalan rider won with some ease, but in the last one he had to break a lot of sweat and took the second race with just eight penalty points over Adam Raga (48-56). Jaime Busto has not been able to repeat the level shown in the first race, where he finished second, and has dropped to sixth. From second to seventh there were only thirteen points of difference.

With this double, Bou puts land in the middle of the championship and reaches 75 points. The bad role of Busto in the second round in Pobladuras de las Regueras relegates him to third place. Raga consolidates the second place with 65 points. The World Championship does not rest and the three will have another great opportunity next week at the TrialGP of Andorra in the town of Sant Julia.

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