Toni Bou seeks to consolidate his leadership in Andorra

The penultimate test of the World Cup outdoors can be decisive for the aspirations of the eternal champion.


Without rest. This is how sports competitions are considered in this unusual season and trial could not be an exception. Andorra hosts this weekend the third consecutive grand prix after those of France and Spain, in addition to the penultimate of the year, so it can be decisive in the fight for the title.

Toni Bou arrives home, the Catalan resides in the country of the Pyrenees, as the leader after winning three of the four tests (two per event) disputed so far. His motivation, therefore, is great and he will try to increase the difference in points with respect to the second classified, Adam Raga, who before the Andorran event is a dozen (75 compared to 65). As third classified is the young Jaime Busto, with a good performance so far that has allowed him to add 61 points.

The optimism of the leader is only conditioned by his state of form, as Bou himself explains: "I arrive a little physically fit, it has happened to me since the season began: well the first day, the second very touched. The positive is that I know the terrain, although in return I will have to overcome the pressure of wanting to do well at home ".

The scene in the Naturlandia area, in Sant Julià de Lòria, is very demanding for both the pilots and their machines due to the altitude at which it is located, touching heights of 2,000 meters. The trial consists of ten zones that the World Cup riders will complete three times each of the competition days.

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