Location Information
First edition 2018
Location Budapest Aréna (from 2003)
Seats 12.000

Budapest Arena, Budapest, Stefánia út, Hungría - View in Google Maps

www.x-trial.com

Records

Podium 2019 Toni Bou (Montesa) - Adam Raga (TRS) - Jeroni Fajardo (Gas Gas)
Podium 2018 Adam Raga (TRS) - Jaime Busto (Gas Gas) - Benoit Bincaz (Scorpa)
X-Trial 2020
Trial Round XTR3   Budapest

Repsol Honda Team rider Toni Bou burst back onto the 2020 trial scene, snatching a 65th career win in the indoor discipline, in the third points-scoring round of the X-Trial World Championship held in the Hungarian capital Budapest. Budapest played host to round three of the FIM X-Trial World Championship… read more.


X-Trial 2020
Preview Round XTR3   Budapest

Repsol Honda Team rider Toni Bou, leader in the 2020X-Trial World Championship after the two events held, this weekend arrives in Budapest to take part in the third event of the trial calendar. This Sunday, the Lazslo Papp centre of Budapest is set to host round three of the X-Trial… read more.


X-Trial 2019
Trial Round XTR1   Budapest

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… read more.


X-Trial 2019
Preview Round XTR1, Preview   Budapest

Toni Bou and Takahisa Fujinami will be two of the riders who will open the FIM X-Trial World Championship next Sunday in Budapest, Hungary. Bou, starting as champion, will be on the hunt for a thirteenth indoor title. The Laszlo Papp Sports Palace in Budapest will be the setting for… read more.


X-Trial 2018
Trial Round XTR 8, 1   Budapest

Repsol Honda Team rider Takahisa Fujinami today took part in the seventh and final round of the X-Trial World Championship, held in the Laszlo SportArena in Budapest. He did it, however, without the presence of Repsol Honda Team companion and world champion Toni Bou. Bou had sealed the title earlier… read more.


X-Trial 2018
Preview Round XTR 8, 1   Budapest

Spanish Repsol Honda Team rider Toni Bou, recently crowned FIM X-Trial World Champion in Paris for the twelfth time, will not take part in this season’s final event. Toni Bou had reappeared in the competition only twenty-seven days after breaking three vertebrae in an X-Trial event in Le Mans. In… read more.