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  JBM - Sport : 12 WM-Titel für Galfer 2021



Once again, GALFER Moto riders had a fantastic season in 2021, winning 12 world championships, two European championships and 20 national titles in different disciplines, including MX, Enduro, Trial and Track.

Names such as Toni Bou, Brad Freeman, Laia Sanz and Emma Bristow were some of the stars of the sport during 2021 thanks to their performances and the world titles they won, all of which were achieved using GALFER brake components.

GALFER riders won a total of 34 titles in 2021 including 12 world championships - seven in Trials and five in Enduro - with motorbike brands such as Montesa-Honda, Beta, TM Racing, Fantic, Sherco, Gas Gas and Electric Motion. The two European titles were won by Valerio Lata in Motocross (EMX125) and Máximo Martínez in Track (ETC), while the 20 national titles were won in Italy (11), Spain (5), France (2), Germany (1) and the United Kingdom (1).

Among the world title winners there were two standout performances by riders who managed the double: Toni Bou (Montesa-Honda) won the X-Trial + TrialGP and Brad Freeman (Beta) won the Enduro 3 + EnduroGP. Laia Sanz (Gas Gas) and Emma Bristow (Sherco) shared the women's TrialGP and X-Trial world championships respectively and Matteo Pavoni (TM Racing) won the Enduro Junior world championship, while Albin Norrbin (Fantic d'Arpa) was victorious in the Enduro Youth category. There was even success in the Trial-E championship for electric motorbikes, with victory going to Gael Chatagno (Electric Motion).

All the GALFER riders used various versions of “Disc Wave®” disc brakes (fixed, floating, grooved, oversize) and brake pads, in the specific compounds for each discipline (sintered G1396R for Enduro; semi-metallic G1805 or sintered G1395 for Trial).

2021 GALFER Moto champions results table:

RIDER TEAM DISCIPLINE CATEGORY REGION
Cristóbal Guerrero Beta Trueba Cross-Country Elite Spain
Rubén Fernández 114 Motorsport MX MX2 Spain
Alessandro Lupino MRT Racing Team KTM MX MX1 Italy
Gael Chatagno Electric Motion Trial TrialE World
Matteo Grattarola Beta Trial TR1 Italy
Andrea Sofia Beta Trial Women Italy
Maxime Desprey GSM MX MX1 France
Conrad Mewse Hitachi KTM MX MX2 UK
Toni Bou Montesa-Honda Trial TrialGP World
Laia Sanz Gas Gas Trial TrialGP World
Jack Dance Gas Gas Trial Trial 125 World
Kiara Fontanesi MX Fontaracing MX Women Italy
Andrea Sofia Rabino Beta TrialGP Trial2 Women World
Wil Ruprecht TM Boano Enduro Absolute Italy
Matteo Cavallo TM Boano Enduro 250 4T Italy
Lorenzo Macoritto TM Boano Enduro 250 2T Italy
Matteo Pavoni TM Boano Enduro Junior Italy
Elia Bartolini VR46 Academy CIV Moto3 Italy
Larissa Papenmeier - MX Women Germany
Albin Norrbin Fantic d'Arpa Enduro Youth World
Matteo Pavoni TM Boano Enduro Junior World
Laia Sanz WP KTM Eric Augé Enduro Women World
Brad Freeman Beta Factory Team Enduro Enduro 3 World
Brad Freeman Beta Factory Team Enduro EnduroGP World
Matteo Grattarola Beta Trial Trial TrialGP Italy
Andrea Sofia Rabino Beta Trial Trial Women Italy
Valerio Lata MRT Racing Team KTM MX EMX125 Europe
Christophe Nambotin Sherco Enduro E3 France
Jaume Betriu WP KTM Eric Augé Enduro E3 Spain
Sergio Navarro Gas Gas Spain Enduro E1 Spain
Jaime Busto Vertigo Trial TR1 Spain
Toni Bou Montesa-Honda Trial X-Trial World
Máximo Martínez Laglisse FIM CEV ETC Europe
Emma Bristow Sherco Trial X-Trial Women World

03.12.2021


  JBM - Sport : X-Trial Barcelona


X-Trial Barcelona 2021
X-Trial 2021 Round XTR2
Toni Bou conquers a 30th world title in Barcelona

Repsol Honda Team rider Toni Bou is on top of the world tonight in Barcelona having claimed yet another world title. The feat marks a 15th consecutive X-Trial title and the 30th of his career as the legend goes from strength to strength.
Toni Bou’s magic shone once again tonight in Barcelona. In front of more than 6100 fans and spectators who filled the Olympic Palau Sant Jordi, the Repsol Honda Team rider won convincingly over his rivals to achieve a new career milestone: 15 titles in X-Trial bringing his career total of 30. Toni Bou is the greatest of all time.
Bou, aboard the Montesa Cota 4RT, came out guns blazing in the semi-final to qualify for a final as the newly crowned world champion. In the final, the difficulty of the sections did little to prevent the champion from once again demonstrating his skills as the world’s greatest trial rider.
Bou’s domination of the world trial scene has now run for fifteen years in a row. As yet nobody has been able to outshine him in this period. During this time Bou has accumulated no less than 194 wins, 69 of them in the indoor competition.

Results X Trial Barcelona 2021
Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Champ Team Constructor Points
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 12 20 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 12
2 MARCELLI Gabriel 38 SPA 23 15 Montesa Factory Montesa 23
3 RAGA Adam 68 SPA 3 12 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 3
4 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 5 9 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 5
5 GELABERT Miquel 56 SPA 14 6 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 14
6 GRATTAROLA Matteo 88 ITA 18 4 Beta Factory Racing Beta 18
7 FAJARDO Jeroni 3 SPA 13 3 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 13
8 MARTYN Toby 212 GBR 15 2 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 15
9 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 21 1 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 21




Rider Standings
Pos. Rider Num Nation Points Team Constructor
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 40 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
2 RAGA Adam 68 SPA 27 TRRS Factory Team TRRS
3 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 21 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo
4 MARCELLI Gabriel 38 SPA 18 Montesa Factory Montesa
5 GRATTAROLA Matteo 88 ITA 13 Beta Factory Racing Beta
6 GELABERT Miquel 56 SPA 10 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
7 FAJARDO Jeroni 3 SPA 9 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
8 MARTYN Toby 212 GBR 4 TRRS Factory Team TRRS
9 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 2 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas

24.11.2021


  JBM - Sport : X-Trial Andorra
X-Trial Andorra 2021



Toni Bou opens the X-Trial season with a stunning win in Andorra

The first round of the FIM X-Trial World Championship held tonight in Andorra la Vella saw Repsol Honda Team rider Toni Bou clinch the victory.
Toni Bou kicked off the 2021 X-Trial season with a rip-roaring triumph at the Poliesportiu de Andorra in Andorra la Vella to become the first leader of the 2021 championship.
The action got underway with the first qualifying round, where riders had to overcome a total of six sections with Toni Bou making several mistakes to finish fourth on seven penalty marks. In the second round, where just the top riders in each group would make the cut for the final, the Repsol Honda Team rider stormed back, delighting the Andorran spectators with a fine display of riding skills, finishing the round with a clean sheet to grant the champion direct access to the final round.
In the final, against one of his toughest rivals Adam Raga, Toni Bou once again pulled it off, cleaning all six sections for 0 points compared to Raga’s 11, thus sealing the win at the Andorrean season opener.
In two weeks the Repsol Honda team and Toni Bou will once again be back in action for the second and final trial of the X-Trial World Championship at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona on Sunday 21 November.

Results X Trial Andorra 2021
Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Champ Team Constructor Points
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 0 20 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 0
2 RAGA Adam 68 SPA 11 15 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 11
3 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 5 12 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 5
4 GRATTAROLA Matteo 88 ITA 5 9 Beta Factory Racing Beta 5
5 FAJARDO Jeroni 3 SPA 17 6 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 17
6 GELABERT Miquel 56 SPA 30 4 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 30
7 MARCELLI Gabriel 38 SPA 11 2 Montesa Factory Montesa 11
8 MARTYN Toby 212 GBR 16 1 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 16
9 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 20 0 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 20

08.11.2021


  JBM - Sport : 5 Enduro-WM-Titel 2021 für Galfer


Brad Freeman has been crowned the new EnduroGP and Enduro3 World Champion, while Laia Sanz, Matteo Pavoni and Albin Norrbin have also won in the Women’s, Junior and Youth categories.

A great season in 2021 for British rider Brad Freeman and his Beta Factory team. Freeman went into the final round in Langeac (France) under pressure from Josep García after four consecutive wins, but Brad had a spectacular weekend, winning Friday’s Super Test and the second round on Sunday to finish 18 points ahead of García and take the overall championship. Freeman also won the world championship in his category (E3) ahead of Jaume Betriu (WP KTM). Brad Freeman is therefore the new EnduroGP world champion, succeeding his teammate Steve Holcombe, both using GALFER brake components on their Beta: Disc Wave® RW and Racing Off-Road G1396R sintered brake pads.

In the other categories, 3 GALFER riders won world titles in the last race: Laia Sanz (Gas Gas) won both rounds and took the overall women’s championship by 16 points; Matteo Pavoni (TM Boano) took a first and a second place to win the Junior title, 14 points ahead of team-mate Lorenzo Macoritto; and the young Albin Norrbin (Fantic d’Arpa) won convincingly in France to take the overall title by 54 points. His team-mate Kevin Cristino finished third.
Australian rider Wil Ruprecht (TM Boano) also had a good season, finishing second in Enduro2 and fourth overall in EnduroGP.

The 2021 season therefore produced 5 world titles for GALFER Enduro riders, one more than in both 2020 and 2019.

The GALFER brake component brand was very prominent in the Enduro 2021 World Championship: not only did it help riders achieve sporting success, it was also one of the official sponsors of the championship and had its own stand at the last two events of the season.

As the EnduroGP World Championship ends, preparations for the 2021-2022 SuperEnduro World Championship begin.

21.10.2021


  JBM - Sport : Galfer wird offizieller Sponsor bei MXGP
GALFER, the brake systems specialist and leading manufacturer and dealer of disc brakes and pads for the two-wheeler market, is proud to announce it will be an official sponsor for the world’s foremost Motocross championships (FIM Motocross World Championship and Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations). The sponsorship will cover the end of the current season and the next two seasons (2022-2023).

GALFER is well known and respected in international competition and has long been the number one choice of many top teams and riders at the top level both on the track (MotoGP and WSBK) and off-road (MXGP, EnduroGP, TrialGP, Extreme Enduro), as well as the first choice of major motorbike manufacturers (KTM, Gas Gas, Beta Motor, TM Racing, Montesa, etc.), who look to the Spanish specialist, GALFER, for their braking systems.
Having won 50 world titles in the last 10 years across the different FIM Off-Road competitions (Steve Holcombe, Kiara Fontanesi, Toni Bou, Laia Sanz and many other riders), GALFER is no stranger to the international Motocross scene and the company has supported riders such as Alessandro Lupino (MRT Racing Team KTM), Kiara Fontanesi (MxFontaracing Gas Gas Syneco), Nathan Watson (Team Honda SR Motoblouz) and Jeremy Van Horebeek (Beta SDM Corse), among others.

The sponsorship agreement was signed with INFRONT Moto Racing, the long-serving promoter and symbol of international Motocross. Starting at the MXGP in Madrid on October 17th, 2021, and running through the end of the 2021 season and both the 2022 and 2023 seasons, the GALFER brand will be an important presence both in the races and in the paddock area, where it will be possible to find out more about their range of products and participate in autograph sessions with riders representing the brand.

>From next season GALFER plans to hold a range of promotional activities at many of the races on the 2022 and 2023 calendar. And to celebrate its debut as an Official Sponsor for the 2021 season, GALFER is offering the chance to win 3 paddock passes for the MXGP in Spain on October 16-17 in a competition that will be launched soon on the company’s Instagram page (@galfer_brakes).

15.10.2021


  JBM - Sport : Trial GP Portugal


TrialGP Portugal 2021
TrialGP 2021 Round WORLD6
Toni Bou wins a 29th Trial World Championship title in Portugal
The Repsol Honda Team rider has been proclaimed the 2021 TrialGP World Champion. Toni Bou – who also won the day’s trial in Portugal – takes his GP palmares to 125 triumphs and 15 consecutive TrialGP titles, plus 14 indoor: 29 championship wins for the greatest rider of all time.
The Repsol Honda Team ace set the benchmark from the start in a trial filled with natural yet demanding sections, where the first 12 sections had been made quite slippery by the water which flows through the Portuguese town of Gouveia. Bou made it through to the end of the trial with sufficient advantage to claim a 125th victory in the Trial World Championship for the Montesa Cota 4RT rider. This season saw him victorious in seven 2021 Trial World Championship events to clinch the top TrialGP World Championship honours for a 15th time in a row.
Today was also a very special event for Japanese Repsol Honda Team rider Takahisa Fujinami who brings to an end his career in the Trial World Championship. Fujinami rode a trial that went from strength to strength, improving considerably on the second lap before eventually posting seventh place on the day. “Fujigas” thus wraps up the world championship in sixth place overall.
With this final trial in Portugal, Repsol Honda Team bids farewell to this year’s TrialGP campaign. The next appointment for Toni Bou will be tomorrow, held in the same Portuguese town, where the champion will represent the Spanish national team in the Trial des Nations event.

Results TrialGP Portugal
Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Champ Team Constructor Points
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 10 10 0 0 20 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 20
2 RAGA Adam 68 SPA 13 11 0 0 17 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 24
3 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 15 11 0 0 15 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 26
4 MARCELLI Gabriel 38 SPA 22 9 2 0 13 Montesa Factory Montesa 33
5 GRATTAROLA Matteo 88 ITA 19 19 0 0 11 Beta Factory Racing Beta 38
6 GELABERT Miquel 56 SPA 29 10 0 0 10 Gas Gas Gas Gas 39
7 FUJINAMI Takahisa 7 JPN 26 13 2 0 9 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 41
8 FAJARDO Jeroni 5 SPA 32 10 0 0 8 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 42
9 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 46 7 0 0 7 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 53
10 BINCAZ Benoit 73 FRA 38 24 0 0 6 Beta Factory Racing Beta 62




Rider Standings
Pos. Rider Num Nation Points Team Constructor
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 172 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
2 RAGA Adam 68 SPA 150 TRRS Factory Team TRRS
3 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 122 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo
4 GRATTAROLA Matteo 88 ITA 112 Beta Factory Racing Beta
5 GELABERT Miquel 56 SPA 95 Gas Gas Gas Gas
6 FUJINAMI Takahisa 7 JPN 94 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
7 MARCELLI Gabriel 38 SPA 92 Montesa Factory Montesa
8 FAJARDO Jeroni 5 SPA 80 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
9 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 57 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
10 BINCAZ Benoit 73 FRA 38 Beta Factory Racing Beta
11 PEACE Dan 10 GBR 20 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
12 COLAIRO Téo 13 FRA 5 Beta Beta

20.09.2021


  JBM - Sport : Trial GP Spanien Tag 2


TrialGP Spain 2021
TrialGP 2021 Round WORLD5
Toni Bou’s Spanish TrialGP double leaves him just one point shy of a 15th title
Repsol Honda Team rider Toni Bou won for the second day running in the trial at Pobladura de las Regueras, León, to secure a sixth win of the season. Bou increased his lead in the championship standings to 19 points. Fujinami finished seventh.
As had been expected, Toni Bou had to struggle somewhat at the trial in Pobladura de las Regueras today. Opponent Jaime Busto put the pressure on the champion and it wasn’t until the very final sections that the event swung in favour of the Repsol Honda Team rider. With the triumph, the sixth of the season, Toni Bou increases the gap at the head of the overall championship, now holding a 19-point lead over second-placed rider Adam Raga. Bou needs just a single point next Saturday to be crowned 2021TrialGP champion.
Japan’s Takahisa Fujinami struggled today after being the second rider in the elite category to tackle the sections. “Fujigas” had to make do with virtually no lines of reference from his opponents, leading to a particularly taxing first 12-section lap. On lap two things picked up with the rider eventually going on to post seventh position. Fujinami remains fifth in the world championship standings.
The final event of the 2021 Trial World Championship will be held next Saturday in Gouveia, Portugal. The following day, Sunday 19, the Trial of Nations is scheduled to take place in the same Portuguese town.

Results TrialGP Spain Day 2
Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Champ Team Constructor Points
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 10 12 0 0 20 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 22
2 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 8 15 0 0 17 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 24
3 RAGA Adam 68 SPA 21 9 0 0 15 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 30
4 MARCELLI Gabriel 38 SPA 28 13 0 0 13 Montesa Factory Montesa 41
5 GRATTAROLA Matteo 88 ITA 22 17 2 0 11 Beta Factory Racing Beta 41
6 GELABERT Miquel 56 SPA 23 19 0 0 10 Gas Gas Gas Gas 42
7 FUJINAMI Takahisa 7 JPN 27 24 0 0 9 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 51
8 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 32 24 0 0 8 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 56
9 FAJARDO Jeroni 5 SPA 37 30 0 0 7 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 67
10 BINCAZ Benoit 73 FRA 45 38 0 0 6 Beta Factory Racing Beta 83

20.09.2021


  JBM - Sport : Trial GP Spanien Tag 1


TrialGP Spain
TrialGP 2021 Round WORLD2
A win in Pobladura moves Toni Bou closer to a 15th TrialGP title
Repsol Honda Team rider Toni Bou rode to a fine victory in Pobladura de las Regueras, León, in the seventh round of the TrialGP World Championship. Team-mate Takahisa Fujinami posted ninth place.
The course of this seventh event of the elite trial competition played out over varied terrain with river areas offering little grip and indoor-style areas featuring logs and stones, with riders having to complete two laps of the twelve-section course.
Repsol Honda Team rider Toni Bou dominated the first of the double-date event in Pobladura de las Regueras with an excellent showing, finishing with a total of sixteen marks, twenty less than the nearest second-placed rider, arch rival Adam Raga. Bou continues to lead the overall TrialGP World Championship standings, currently fourteen points clear of the second-placed adversary.
Japanese rider Takahisa Fujinami has seen better days and struggled to find the right sensations to keep up the necessary pace and, in spite of improving over the second lap, eventually finished in ninth spot. The result sees ‘Fujigas’ holding fifth in the general world championship standings.
With no time to rest, Repsol Honda Team will go straight on to tackle tomorrow’s eighth trial, the penultimate in the world championship at the same venue in the Bierzo region.

Results TrialGP Spain Day 1
Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Champ Team Constructor Points
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 11 4 1 0 20 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 16
2 RAGA Adam 67 SPA 25 10 1 0 17 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 36
3 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 24 12 1 0 15 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 37
4 MARCELLI Gabriel 14 SPA 28 15 1 0 13 RG Team Montesa 44
5 GRATTAROLA Matteo 88 ITA 34 17 1 0 11 Beta Factory Racing Beta 52
6 FAJARDO Jeroni 12 SPA 32 22 2 0 10 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 56
7 GELABERT Miquel 56 SPA 27 28 2 0 9 Gas Gas Gas Gas 57
8 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 43 21 0 0 8 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 64
9 FUJINAMI Takahisa 3 JPN 40 24 0 0 7 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 64
10 BINCAZ Benoit 73 FRA 42 28 0 0 6 Beta Factory Racing Beta 70

20.09.2021


  JBM - Sport : Trial GP Frankreich


Round WORLD4 TrialGP France 2021
Toni Bou, increases world championship leadership after the French GP


Repsol Honda Team rider Toni Bou came away from France having extended his lead at the head of the world championship after today’s win in the French town of Cahors. Team-mate Takahisa Fujinami finished fifth.

After the twin trials in Andorra, the single-day sixth event of the 2021 Trial World Championship took place today in Cahors, France. The course turned out to be somewhat artificial, with some sections even resembling indoor, rather than natural ones.

Even in such conditions, Repsol Honda Team rider Toni Bou claimed the top honours in an almost flawless manner, completing the two laps of the 12 French sections with only three penalty marks in the first lap, ten less than the nearest second placed rider and main rival, Adam Raga. The second lap of the Montesa Cota 4RT rider was impeccable, without so much as a single mistake. With today’s results Bou remains top of the overall TrialGP World Championship standings, 11 points off Raga with three races still to go.

Repsol Honda Team team-mate Takahisa Fujinami did not get off to the best of starts, struggling on the first lap, but on the second he was able to pull back, to eventually finish in fifth position with the same score as the fourth-placed rider, but only thirty seconds behind. With this result “Fujigas” remains fifth in the overall standings.

Next stop for the TrialGP World Championship will be in Pobladura de las Regueras, Spain, on 11th and 12th September with the double-date format.

Results TrialGP France
Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Champ Team Constructor Points
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 0 3 0 20 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 3
2 RAGA Adam 68 SPA 11 2 0 17 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 13
3 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 12 2 0 15 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 14
4 GELABERT Miquel 56 SPA 11 17 0 13 Gas Gas Gas Gas 28
5 FUJINAMI Takahisa 7 JPN 20 8 0 11 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 28
6 GRATTAROLA Matteo 88 ITA 14 17 0 10 Beta Factory Racing Beta 31
7 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 16 17 0 9 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 33
8 MARCELLI Gabriel 38 SPA 24 10 0 8 Montesa Factory Montesa 34
9 BINCAZ Benoit 73 FRA 25 12 0 7 Beta Factory Racing Beta 37
10 FAJARDO Jeroni 5 SPA 21 22 0 6 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 43




Rider Standings
Pos. Rider Num Nation Points Team Constructor
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 112 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
2 RAGA Adam 68 SPA 101 TRRS Factory Team TRRS
3 GRATTAROLA Matteo 88 ITA 79 Beta Factory Racing Beta
4 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 75 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo
5 FUJINAMI Takahisa 7 JPN 69 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
6 GELABERT Miquel 56 SPA 66 Gas Gas Gas Gas
7 FAJARDO Jeroni 5 SPA 55 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
8 MARCELLI Gabriel 38 SPA 53 Montesa Factory Montesa
9 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 34 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
10 BINCAZ Benoit 73 FRA 20 Beta Factory Racing Beta
11 PEACE Dan 10 GBR 20 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
12 COLAIRO Téo 13 FRA 5 Beta Beta

30.08.2021


  JBM - Sport : Trial GP Andorra Tag 2



TrialGP Andorra 2021
TrialGP 2021 Round WORLD3
World championship leader Toni Bou finishes a tough Andorra TrialGP in third

Repsol Honda Trial Team rider Toni Bou finished the fifth round of the TrialGP World Championship in Andorra on the third step of the podium, yet retains the overall championship lead. Takahisa Fujinami replicated yesterday’s result finishing eighth.
The second trial of the Andorra TrialGP turned out to be an arduous task for the Repsol Honda Team riders. Andorra, while always a gruelling event for riders, also usually makes huge demands on the bike due to the high altitude of the sections and the high temperatures. Today proved a struggle for all the competitors over the two twelve-section laps of the Sant Julià de Lòria course.
It was Toni Bou’s turn to struggle in Andorra. Right off the bat, in section two, he picked up a puncture, before committing several errors which would eventually cost him the lead and rob him of a potential tenth win in Andorra. The Repsol Honda Team rider had to settle for third place in the end, but Bou keeps hold of the overall championship lead with an eight-point advantage over pursuer Adam Raga, winner of today’s trial.
Takahisa Fujinami was unable to improve on the feelings and performance of yesterday and concluded the trial in eighth place. The result drops the Japanese rider down a position in the overall standings to fifth.
Repsol Honda Team will get little rest this week with the forthcoming sixth trial of the 2021 TrialGP World Championship to be held next weekend in Cahors, France.

Results TrialGP Andorra Day 2
Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Champ Team Constructor Points
1 RAGA Adam 68 SPA 10 8 0 20 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 18
2 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 6 13 0 17 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 19
3 BOU Toni 1 SPA 12 11 0 15 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 23
4 GELABERT Miquel 56 SPA 17 15 0 13 Gas Gas Gas Gas 32
5 GRATTAROLA Matteo 88 ITA 17 24 0 11 Beta Factory Racing Beta 41
6 MARCELLI Gabriel 38 SPA 17 26 0 10 Montesa Factory Montesa 43
7 FAJARDO Jeroni 5 SPA 26 28 0 9 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 54
8 FUJINAMI Takahisa 7 JPN 25 30 0 8 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 55
9 BINCAZ Benoit 73 FRA 29 30 0 7 Beta Factory Racing Beta 59
10 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 35 29 0 6 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 64




Rider Standings
Pos. Rider Num Nation Points Team Constructor
1 BOU Toni 1 SPA 92 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
2 RAGA Adam 68 SPA 84 TRRS Factory Team TRRS
3 GRATTAROLA Matteo 88 ITA 69 Beta Factory Racing Beta
4 BUSTO Jaime 69 SPA 60 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo
5 FUJINAMI Takahisa 7 JPN 58 Repsol Honda Team Montesa
6 GELABERT Miquel 56 SPA 53 Gas Gas Gas Gas
7 FAJARDO Jeroni 5 SPA 49 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
8 MARCELLI Gabriel 38 SPA 45 Montesa Factory Montesa
9 CASALES Jorge 33 SPA 25 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas
10 PEACE Dan 10 GBR 20 Sherco Factory Team Sherco
11 BINCAZ Benoit 73 FRA 13 Beta Factory Racing Beta
12 COLAIRO Téo 13 FRA 5 Beta Beta

23.08.2021


 
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