This time yes, Raga can with Bou

After drawing on Saturday and losing the victory by time, the TRRS player wins, claims and remains eight points behind the champion, third after Busto.


Adam Raga is already stalking Toni Bou in the general classification. Although a weekend of triumphs in Andorra was expected for the multiple world champion, the Honda rider was unable to replicate his victory on the second day of competition in Sant Julià. On Saturday he tied on penalty points with Raga, but being the fastest on this circuit gave him the victory that would keep him first in the general points classification. However, this Sunday, his greatest rival wanted to demonstrate the potential he has to take his relief in the championship.

Raga has won the second round in Andorra and thus puts the World Cup tighter than it reached this first date after the summer holidays. With 84 points, the 39-year-old driver cuts the gap with Toni Bou, who could only be third on this second day of competition in Andorra, the place where he accumulates the most victories (in addition to being the area where he resides). With this, the current world champion only has an advantage of eight points in the general classification, with four appointments remaining for the end of the TrialGP season.

Y is that Sunday was not easy for Toni Bou. With a new route in the same enclave of Sant Julià, the Barcelonan finished the day of competition with a card of 23 penalty points, very far from the 18 points of TRRS, the winner of the appointment. It is clear that Adam Raga wanted to remove the thorn from Saturday and his superiority this weekend has been manifested in the results.

In second place, Jaime Busto sneaks in with a 19-point penalty card, which helped him to get ahead of Bou. The Basque rider took advantage of the weekend in an area that he knows very well, taking advantage of the Andorran landscapes to take a podium that he tastes better than the fourth place on Saturday. With this, Spain signs a new triplet in the TrialGP that gets more interesting than ever. Next week the World Cup will head to the fourth round of the season, once again, in France.

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