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  JBM - Sport : X-Trial Bilbao
Klarer Sieg für Bou (HEBO) vor Raga (HEBO)




X-TRIAL Bilbao 19
X-Trial 2019 Round XTR3 , Race
Toni Bou back on top after a great triumph in Bilbao
Repsol Honda Team rider Toni Bou rode to victory in the third round of the FIM X-Trial World Championship held tonight in Bilbao. The second win of the season sees the champion bounce back to the head of the overall standings.
As Bilbao debuted as a host in the FIM X-Trial World Championship, spectators at the Bizkaia Arena-BEC were able to witness a somewhat hesitant start from Toni Bou who nevertheless made the cut for the second phase.
The second round saw the Repsol Honda Team rider finish on equal points with Adam Raga whom he went on to beat in a thrilling final. The final proved to be a hotly disputed one with Bou emerging victorious for the second time this season.
The win means that Toni Bou, once again, retakes the top spot in the overall rankings with a five-point advantage over Adam Raga.
The fourth trial of the X-Trial World Championship is scheduled for this coming Saturday, February 23rd at the Palacio Municipal de Deportes in Granada, Spain.

Results X-Trial Bilbao 2019
Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Points Team Constructor Time/Gap
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 20 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 7
2 RAGA Adam 67 SPA 15 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 9
3 BINCAZ Benoit 16 FRA 12 Beta Factory Racing Beta 5
4 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 9 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 11
5 GELABERT Miquel 11 SPA 6 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 16
6 FAJARDO Jeroni 4 SPA 4 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 18
7 MARCELLI Gabriel 38 SPA 3 RG Team Montesa 12
8 PETRELLA Luca 98 ITA 2 Beta Factory Racing Beta 15
9 HAGA Sondre 99 NOR 1 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 21


Rider Standings
Pos. Rider Num Nation Points Team Constructor
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 55 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
2 RAGA Adam 67 SPA 50 TRRS Factory Team TRRS
3 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 30 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
4 FAJARDO Jeroni 4 SPA 25 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
5 BINCAZ Benoit 16 FRA 24 Beta Factory Racing Beta
6 GELABERT Miquel 11 SPA 10 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
7 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 6 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo
8 FUJINAMI Takahisa 3 JPN 5 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
9 MARCELLI Gabriel 38 SPA 3 RG Team Montesa
10 DABILL James 22 GBR 3 Beta Factory Racing Beta
11 PETRELLA Luca 98 ITA 3 Beta Factory Racing Beta
12 HAGA Sondre 99 NOR 1 TRRS Factory Team TRRS
13 PEACE Dan 17 GBR 1 Sherco Factory Team Sherco

18.02.2019


  JBM - Sport : X-Trial Barcelona
Bou (HEBO) stürzt - Raga (HEBO) gewinnt




Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona today witnessed the second round of the FIM X-Trial World Championship. Toni Bou took second place on the podium with Takahisa Fujinami posting seventh.

In spite of a good performance, Toni Bou was unable to conclude the trial with the desired result. After making the cut for both the second phase and the final, Toni suffered a heavy fall in the semi-final sustaining an injured back. The pain severely hampered the champion in the head-to-head with Adam Raga, with Bou eventually having to settle for second place.

The result sees Bou in second overall place in the championship general standings on 35 points, equal to the current leader Adam Raga.

Repsol Honda Team stable-mate Takahisa Fujinami, a wildcard rider in this second round of the world championship, rode a solid first phase, but failed to make the grade for the semi-final finishing seventh in the event.

The third event of the X-Trial World Championship, with Toni Bou competing as the sole representative of the Repsol Honda Team, is scheduled for Saturday February 16th at the Bizkaia Arena (Bilbao Exhibition Center) in Barakaldo.

Results X-Trial Barcelona 2019
Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Points Team Constructor Time/Gap
1 RAGA Adam 67 SPA 20 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 13
2 BOU Toni 1 SPA 15 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 14
3 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 12 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 8
4 FAJARDO Jeroni 4 SPA 9 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 9
5 BINCAZ Benoit 16 FRA 6 Beta Factory Racing Beta 16
6 GELABERT Miquel 11 SPA 4 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 23
7 FUJINAMI Takahisa 3 JPN 3 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 16
8 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 2 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 17
9 PETRELLA Luca ITA 1 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 23




Standings
Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Points Team Constructor Time/Gap
1 RAGA Adam 67 SPA 20 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 35
2 BOU Toni 1 SPA 15 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 35
3 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 12 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 21
4 FAJARDO Jeroni 4 SPA 9 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 21
5 BINCAZ Benoit 16 FRA 6 Beta Factory Racing Beta 12
6 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 4 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 6
7 FUJINAMI Takahisa 3 JPN 3 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 5
8 GELABERT Miquel 11 SPA 2 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 4
9 DABILL James 22 GBR 1 Beta Factory Racing Beta 3
10 PETRELLA Luca ITA 0 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 1
11 PEACE Dan 17 GBR 0 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 1

05.02.2019


  JBM - Sport : X-Trial Budapest
Toni Bou (HEBO) dominiert weiter




X-Trial 2019 Round XTR1 , Race
Toni Bou debuts in Budapest with a victory as X-Trial championship gets underway
The FIM X-Trial World Championship kicked off with a triumph for Repsol Honda Team’s Toni Bou in Budapest. Takahisa Fujinami was unable to make the cut for the semi-final.
Repsol Honda Team ace Toni Bou opened the season in the style with a resounding victory in the Laszlo Papp Arena in Budapest, becoming the 2019 campaign’s first overall leader. Bou, who was forced to sit out the Hungarian date at the end of last season due to injured vertebrae, completed his maiden Budapest trial taking top honours.
Bou had already marked the difference by the end of the first round, collecting a single penalty mark compared to the six of the nearest second placed adversary. In the semi-final, where only the top finisher from each group would make it through to the grand final, Bou again proved unmatchable notching up two solitary marks. The final showdown saw the champ face his tough arch-rival Adam Raga, with the riders forced to take the same sections but in the reverse direction. Bou started the final losing ground to his opponent before some deft handling eventually moved the Spaniard up into first place. Toni managed to hold on to the lead – in spite of picking up a five in the penultimate hazard – to secure the first victory of the 2019 FIM X-Trial championship.
Repsol Honda Team comrade-in-arms Takahisa Fujinami was unable to replicate the semi-final place picked up in the same competition the previous year and struggled to make it through to the second phase.
Repsol Honda Team will again compete with the full line up of Toni Bou and Takahisa Fujinami for the second championship date scheduled for Palau Sant Jordi de Barcelona on Sunday 3rd February.

Results X-Trial Budapest 2019
Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Points Team Constructor Time/Gap
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 1 2 10 20 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 10
2 RAGA Adam 67 SPA 6 7 14 15 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 14
3 FAJARDO Jeroni 4 SPA 11 8 2 12 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 2
4 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 13 6 12 9 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 12
5 BINCAZ Benoit 16 FRA 13 8 6 Beta Factory Racing Beta 8
6 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 15 4 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 15
7 DABILL James 22 GBR 16 3 Beta Factory Racing Beta 16
8 FUJINAMI Takahisa 3 JPN 19 2 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 19
9 PEACE Dan 17 GBR 25 1 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 25

21.01.2019


  JBM - Sport : UEC European Trial Championship 2018
Oliver Widmann (HEBO) ist Junioren-Europameister 2018


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31.07.2018


  JBM - Sport : Trial GP Belgien


TrialGP Belgium
TrialGP 2018 Round TGP 6 , 1
Heroic triumph for Toni Bou in Belgium. 100 victories with Montesa. Fujinami joins the party
Bou put on a fine display of riding prowess today in Comblain-au-Pont in the sixth round of the World Championship, where despite starting with an injury, was able to outclass his rivals in the fight for the title. Takahisa Fujinami occupied the third step of the podium, proving to be Repsol Honda Team’s first rostrum double so far this season.
Toni Bou injured his right knee yesterday in the qualifying round and after a medical check-up had to spend the night bandaged up. The champion, nevertheless, came out guns blazing, keen not to let the injury be a hindrance. Leader by the end of the first lap, in the second he kept his adversaries firmly in check to score a brilliant first place. This is victory number 100 with the Montesa Cota 4RT since joining the team in 2007. Bou extends his overall advantage in the TrialGP World Championship to twenty-three points over the nearest second place rival.
Bou’s Repsol Honda Team team-mate, Japanese rider Takahisa Fujinami, took an excellent third place on the day where he fought nail and tooth from the first section. The hard work paid off as the rider took his second podium of the season – after the one in Japan – as the team clinched the first podium double of the 2018 season. ‘Fujigas’ climbs a position and now holds sixth in the provisional world championship table.
The course of this sixth event in the top flight category was a demanding one that invited easy mistakes. In addition, the heat proved to be one of the day’s main protagonists, forcing the riders to constantly hydrate to not lose strength on the longest fifteen-section course of the trial calendar.
Repsol Honda Team now get a few well-deserved weeks of rest before returning to the competition for the seventh world championship event in Silsden, Great Britain, on 1st and 2nd September.

TrialGP of Belgium 2018 results
Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Points Team Constructor Time/Gap
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 20 22 1 20 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 43
2 RAGA Adam 67 SPA 31 16 17 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 47
3 FUJINAMI Takahisa 5 JPN 38 21 15 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 59
4 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 32 27 4 13 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 63
5 DABILL James 22 GBR 39 30 1 11 Beta Factory Racing Beta 70
6 FAJARDO Jeroni 4 SPA 52 22 1 10 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 76
7 CABESTANY Albert 37 SPA 46 31 9 Beta Factory Racing Beta 77
8 KADLEC Franz 9 GER 52 35 8 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 87
9 PRICE Jack 34 GBR 47 41 7 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 88
10 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 48 40 1 6 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 89
11 NOGUERA Oriol 14 SPA 59 41 2 5 Team Jotagas JTG 102
12 GELABERT Miquel 11 SPA 52 49 2 4 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 103
13 BINCAZ Benoit 16 FRA 56 61 3 Scorpa Factory Scorpa 117
14 ROBERTS Iwan 21 GBR 71 66 5 2 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 142




Rider Standings
Pos. Rider Num Nation Points Team Constructor
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 130 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
2 FAJARDO Jeroni 4 SPA 107 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
3 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 104 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
4 RAGA Adam 67 SPA 95 TRRS Factory Team TRRS
5 CABESTANY Albert 37 SPA 78 Beta Factory Racing Beta
6 FUJINAMI Takahisa 5 JPN 68 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
7 DABILL James 22 GBR 62 Beta Factory Racing Beta
8 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 60 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo
9 GELABERT Miquel 11 SPA 47 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
10 PRICE Jack 34 GBR 39 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
11 BINCAZ Benoit 16 FRA 33 Scorpa Factory Scorpa
12 KADLEC Franz 9 GER 29 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
13 NOGUERA Oriol 14 SPA 27 Team Jotagas JTG
14 FERRER Alexandre 29 FRA 13 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
15 KUROYAMA Kenichi 98 JPN 8 Yamaha Racing Yamaha
16 OGAWA Tomoyuki 97 JPN 5 Honda Team Mitani Honda
17 ROBERTS Iwan 21 GBR 3 TRRS Factory Team TRRS
18 NOZAKI Fumitaka 99 JPN 3 Yamaha Racing Yamaha

23.07.2018


  JBM - Sport : Trial GP Frankreich


TrialGP France 18
TrialGP 2018 Round TGP 5
Onwards and upwards: Victory number 101 for Toni Bou in the world championship

Repsol Honda Team rider Toni Bou clinched victory in the fifth round of the TrialGP World Championship held this weekend in Auron, France. Takahisa Fujinami posted fifth.
The fifth event of the TrialGP World Championship was battled out this weekend at an altitude of 1700 metres above sea level, in Auron, a French town in the Alps-Maritimes. Despite the grim weather forecast, good weather reigned over both the competition’s main days, the qualifying stage and race day. The course, the usual fifteen sections ridden over two laps, was a fairly selective one, but also one that invited careless mistakes. Rocks formed the prevalent terrain type in most of the route’s sections.
World championship leader Toni Bou started with strength and some dexterous riding skills and, in spite of some negligible errors, was able to finish the first lap in top position, with thirteen penalty points plus one for exceeding the time limit. On the second lap, Bou was able to whittle down the score, securing the win before finishing the course. This is victory number 101 for Bou in top flight competition and thus extends the champion’s lead over Jeroni Fajardo in second overall place to thirteen points.
Bou’s brother-in-arms at Repsol Honda Team, Takahisa Fujinami also found a good rhythm. Thanks to a solid qualification yesterday, he was able to take note from some of the riders who started out in front. The result saw Fujigas holding a provisional podium place at the end of the first lap. The marginal differences between many of the top riders meant that the trial’s final positions were decided on minimal errors and ‘Fujigas’ had to eventually settle for fifth place. The Japanese rider does, however, climb one position in the overall championship standings after the event.

Results TrialGP of France 2018
Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Points Team Constructor Time/Gap
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 13 7 2 20 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 22
2 FAJARDO Jeroni 4 SPA 16 11 2 17 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 29
3 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 26 12 1 15 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 39
4 RAGA Adam 67 SPA 27 13 1 13 TRS Factory Team TRS 41
5 FUJINAMI Takahisa 5 JPN 25 24 1 11 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 50
6 CABESTANY Albert 37 SPA 33 23 1 10 Beta Factory Racing Beta 57
7 GELABERT Miquel 11 SPA 36 23 1 9 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 60
8 FERRER Alexandre 29 FRA 42 23 8 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 65
9 NOGUERA Oriol 14 SPA 38 29 2 7 Team Jotagas JTG 69
10 PRICE Jack 34 GBR 38 34 6 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 72
11 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 45 28 2 5 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 75
12 DABILL James 22 GBR 34 40 2 4 Beta Factory Racing Beta 76
13 BINCAZ Benoit 16 FRA 41 34 1 3 Scorpa Factory Scorpa 76
14 KADLEC Franz 9 GER 42 41 2 2 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 85

Rider Standings
Pos. Rider Num Nation Points Team Constructor
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 110 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
2 FAJARDO Jeroni 4 SPA 97 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
3 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 91 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
4 RAGA Adam 67 SPA 78 TRS Factory Team TRS
5 CABESTANY Albert 37 SPA 69 Beta Factory Racing Beta
6 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 54 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo
7 FUJINAMI Takahisa 5 JPN 53 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
8 DABILL James 22 GBR 51 Beta Factory Racing Beta
9 GELABERT Miquel 11 SPA 43 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
10 PRICE Jack 34 GBR 32 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
11 BINCAZ Benoit 16 FRA 30 Scorpa Factory Scorpa
12 NOGUERA Oriol 14 SPA 22 Team Jotagas JTG
13 KADLEC Franz 9 GER 21 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
14 FERRER Alexandre 29 FRA 13 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
15 KUROYAMA Kenichi 98 JPN 8 Yamaha Racing Yamaha
16 OGAWA Tomoyuki 97 JPN 5 Honda Team Mitani Honda
17 NOZAKI Fumitaka 99 JPN 3 Yamaha Racing Yamaha
18 ROBERTS Iwan 21 GBR 1 TRS Factory Team TRS

16.07.2018


  JBM - Sport : Trial GP Portugal



TrialGP Portugal 18
TrialGP 2018 Round TGP 4
Toni Bou breaks a new record: 100 victories in the world trial championships
In Gouveia, Portugal today, Repsol Honda Team rider Toni Bou set yet another new record in the TrialGP World Championship: 100 victories. Bou established a 50% win ratio on the same day as reaching the new milestone of a 200th championship appearance.
The triumph of Toni Bou today in Portugal was far from just going through the motions, but represents another career high-point for the Repsol Honda Team rider. The champion managed to break the record for number of victories in world championship trials, as he surpasses the long-established record of Dougie Lampkin with 99 wins. The Barcelona rider continues to write history.
The trial of Gouveia, in Portugal, the fourth round of the TrialGP World Championship, was a particularly tough one: competitors faced scorching temperatures, sections with steep climbs that demanded both superb physical form and impeccable technique amid some of the complicated sections set in the granite of the Nuestra Señora Los Verdes Park.
The current world champion had virtually finished off the competition on the first lap with an exceptional ascent in section ten, where Bou became the sole competitor to overcome the vertical step. Completing the first lap with just a single penalty point ahead of the nine of the nearest second place rival, effectively sealed the victory. The rider went on to extend the lead on lap two to finish with a twelve point margin. This marks the third victory for Toni Bou this season and stretches the lead in the overall standings to ten points ahead of the second placed rider.
Bou’s companion at Repsol Honda Team, Takahisa Fujinami, suffered in the demanding areas, but kept the scorecard low enough on the first lap to remain in the top ten. In the second, with a very small margin separating the elite riders, Fujigas improved to be able to finally post eighth place.
With the 100th victory out of 200 participations, Bou also accumulates 145 podium places in the world championship. The Spaniard remains the only rider to achieve a 50% victory record in the sport’s highest category. Takahisa Fujinami remains the rider with the highest number of participations, 326, as well as the competitor to have accrued the highest number of points in the contest.
The next round of the TrialGP World Championship, the fifth whose points count towards the championship, will be held in Auron, France, on 14th and 15th July.

Rider Standings
Pos. Rider Num Nation Points Team Constructor
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 90 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
2 FAJARDO Jeroni 4 SPA 80 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
3 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 76 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
4 RAGA Adam 67 SPA 65 TRS Factory Team TRS
5 CABESTANY Albert 37 SPA 59 Beta Factory Racing Beta
6 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 49 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo
7 DABILL James 22 GBR 47 Beta Factory Racing Beta
8 FUJINAMI Takahisa 5 JPN 42 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
9 GELABERT Miquel 11 SPA 34 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
10 BINCAZ Benoit 16 FRA 27 Scorpa Factory Scorpa
11 PRICE Jack 34 GBR 26 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
12 KADLEC Franz 9 GER 19 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
13 NOGUERA Oriol 14 SPA 15 Team Jotagas JTG
14 KUROYAMA Kenichi 98 JPN 8 Yamaha Racing Yamaha
15 FERRER Alexandre 29 FRA 5 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
16 OGAWA Tomoyuki 97 JPN 5 Honda Team Mitani Honda
17 NOZAKI Fumitaka 99 JPN 3 Yamaha Racing Yamaha
18 ROBERTS Iwan 21 GBR 1 TRS Factory Team TRS

26.06.2018


  JBM - Sport : Trial GP Andorra



TrialGP 2018 Round TGP 3 , 1
Toni Bou scoops 99th world championship victory in Andorra
Repsol Honda Team rider, Toni Bou, triumphed in the Andorra TrialGP, the third round of the world championship, taking his victory tally to a record ninety-nine wins.
It was the second victory of the season for Bou and a win to relish, not only because it represents a win on ‘home soil’ in Andorra where he resides, but also because the Repsol Honda Team rider equals the ninety-nine win record of seven times world champion Dougie Lampkin. Bou, in addition, extends his advantage in the overall standings to seven points over immediate rival Jeroni Fajardo.
Toni Bou displayed a high level today in spite of the sections not being the most demanding in a trial where any errors paid dearly. A five in section eleven on the first lap threw the trial wide open before Bou eventually completed the first lap in second place overall. A splendid ride on the final lap saw the current champ put the pressure on rivals, who took maximums in some rather unexpected places. The victory was accomplished in the last of the thirty sections by a mere two point-advantage.
Elsewhere, Takahisa Fujinami was one of the first riders to take the start after a less-than-positive qualification round yesterday. Overcoming the sections with virtually no previous reference weighed heavy on the scorecard and saw the Japanese rider take twelfth position. ‘Fujigas’ is now eighth in the general rankings.
The sections of this third TrialGP date in the 2018 calendar were battled over hard, slate terrain that disintegrated very easily as the bikes went through, as well as offering some high steps to negotiate. In addition, the Repsol Honda Team riders had to deal with both suffocating heat and altitude, with most sections 1,300 metres above sea-level in the mountainous area of Sant Julià de Lòria.
The next stop for TrialGP World Championship takes place next weekend in the town of Gouveia, in Portugal. The Senhora dos Verdes Park will host this, the fourth date of the trial outdoor calendar.

Rider Standings
Pos. Rider Num Nation Points Team Constructor
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 70 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
2 FAJARDO Jeroni 4 SPA 63 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
3 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 61 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
4 RAGA Adam 67 SPA 54 TRS Factory Team TRS
5 CABESTANY Albert 37 SPA 46 Beta Factory Racing Beta
6 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 42 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo
7 DABILL James 22 GBR 37 Beta Factory Racing Beta
8 FUJINAMI Takahisa 5 JPN 34 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
9 GELABERT Miquel 11 SPA 28 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
10 PRICE Jack 34 GBR 23 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
11 BINCAZ Benoit 16 FRA 22 Scorpa Factory Scorpa
12 KADLEC Franz 9 GER 15 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
13 KUROYAMA Kenichi 98 JPN 8 Yamaha Racing Yamaha
14 NOGUERA Oriol 14 SPA 6 Team Jotagas JTG
15 FERRER Alexandre 29 FRA 5 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
16 OGAWA Tomoyuki 97 JPN 5 Honda Team Mitani Honda
17 NOZAKI Fumitaka 99 JPN 3 Yamaha Racing Yamaha
18 ROBERTS Iwan 21 GBR 1 TRS Factory Team TRS

26.06.2018


  JBM - Sport : Triptis DMV-MX
HARTMANN AM SANDBERG ZWEIMAL ZWEITER



Beim Motocross-2-Takt-Cup auf der Strecke "Am Sandberg" in Triptis belegte Husqvarna-Fahrer Mike Hartmann zweimal den zweiten Platz und verteidigt damit seine zweite Position in der aktuellen Meisterschaft.
Beim ersten Lauf des Tages konnte Hartmann gleich den zweiten Platz übernehmen, während der Meisterschafts-Leader Moritz Schittenhelm auch prompt gewann.
Hinter dem Schnaitheimer landete Simon Schmidt auf dem dritten Platz.
Im zweiten Lauf lief es zunächst besser für den Husqvarna-Fahrer: Er gewann den Start und blieb auch bis zur Hälfte des Laufes in Führung.
Doch dann machte Schittenhelm von hinten so viel Druck, dass er ihn vorbei lassen musste: "Ich fühlte mich schon völlig platt, seit zwei Wochen laboriere ich an einer Erkältung und bekomme die einfach nicht weg."
Hinter ihm erneut Schmidt auf dem dritten Platz, der damit auch als neuer Dritter der Meisterschaft die Verfolger ordentlich durcheinander wirbelt. Schon jetzt hat Hartmann 53 Punkte Vorsprung und könnte damit sogar einen Lauf ausfallen lassen, ohne seine Platzierung in der Meisterschaft zu gefährden.

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12.06.2018


  JBM - Sport : MX-WM England
A hard-packed, fast and jumpy Matterley Basin track played host to the British Grand Prix where Romain Febvre's performance was nothing short of heroic. The Frenchman could barely walk as a result of the ligament injury he sustained two weeks ago at the MXGP of Germany, but he dug deep and was fast enough to stand on the third step of the box after a fifth place finish in Race 1 and a hard-fought third place finish in Race 2.

Febvre has moved up into fourth place in the MXGP Championship standings following his podium appearance, which was the first of 2018 for the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing Team




12.06.2018


 
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