Andorra belongs to Toni Bou. The world champion continues his winning streak on the second day of the Andorra Grand Prix and edges further ahead in the championship. The podium still continues to elude Jaime Busto.

Repsol Honda Team wrapped up a great all-round weekend in Sant Julià de Lòria. Today, Sunday, saw a repetition of the results from recent championship trials with another triumph for Toni Bou aboard the Montesa Cota 4RT. Bou set out his stall early and had a four-point advantage over rival Adam Raga by the end of the first lap. By the second it was plain sailing for the Spaniard who lapped without picking up even a single penalty mark in any section.

The win marks a sixth victory for the Repsol Honda Team rider this season, the last five of which have been consecutive. Toni Bou arrives at the halfway point in the championship sporting a sixteen point advantage over his main rival in the general rankings.

Basque rider Jaime Busto missed out once more on a podium finish. Several errors early in the event weighed heavy on the rookie’s scorecard. Busto failed to recover the points later. His comrade-in-arms at Repsol Honda Team, Japanese rider Takahisa Fujinami felt the full brunt of the judges on the second lap which left him without options of a better finish. Nevertheless, Fujinami holds strong in third place in the championship with a point more than teammate Busto.

Repsol Honda Team will remain in action next week for the French Trial GP which will be held in Lourdes.

Toni Bou

TRIAL: 1st CHAMPIONSHIP: 1st

I’m very happy for this perfect weekend. I wanted to win here after the trial last year. To have clinched the win both days is very positive. Yesterday the sections were very tricky, but today in the dry, I picked up far less marks. It’s been a very positive weekend for the championship.
To live here and be able to work and train here is really good. Adam is really on form and here in Andorra he always makes things difficult. We have worked really hard and I have to thank the whole team for all the help that they have given us to get ahead in the championship. We have to not get distracted and continue with this line. Physically I’m feeling much better.

Takahisa Fujinami

TRIAL: 6th CHAMPIONSHIP: 3rd

I started quite well and I held it together with a few marks but I picked up a couple of faults in sections 3 and 10, but that wasn’t so bad. But towards the end of the first lap I was pushed for time and got a bit nervous and got a five in the final section, which should have been easy. On the second lap things went better but the ground was dry and the rivals weren’t making any mistakes. In section 12 I had some problems with the non-stop rule and I picked up a five that weighed very heavy on me. In general, I’m very happy with the way that the bike is going. The team has done a fine job and I wish to thank them for that. At the halfway point of the season I’m third and I’m very pleased about that.

Jaime Busto

TRIAL: 4th CHAMPIONSHIP: 4th

I started really badly as I made a few mistakes in a row. Later things got better and I managed to string together various zeros and that encouraged me a lot. I made some mistakes but I finished with some good feelings and with more clear sections. I’m pleased and I’m sure that the podium that we have been chasing for so long will arrive soon.

Miquel Cirera

Team Manager

We come away from Andorra very satisfied. This GP has always been a tough one for us. Toni has ridden fantastically over the two days with two great results that are beginning to make a big difference in the championship. Obviously we are taking nothing for granted and will take each race as it comes, section by section. As far as the other riders go, they have done well. Jaime finished with two fourth places but just can’t get onto the podium! Fujinami is fighting harder than ever in far better physical shape than during the past two years. Things didn’t turn out quite right for him today but he had a good race yesterday. Once again I have to thank the team for the great work that they’ve done: the riders have been great but without the team behind them everything would be that much harder.

Trial 2016
Trial Round T4 , Trial 2   Sant Julia de Loria

Results Trial Andorra 2016 day 2

Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Points Team Constructor Time/Gap
1 Bou Toni 1 SPA 4 0 20 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 4
2 Raga Adam 2 SPA 9 0 17 TRS Factory Team TRS 9
3 Fajardo Jeroni 3 SPA 14 2 15 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 16
4 Busto Jaime 6 SPA 17 10 13 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 27
5 Cabestany Albert 4 SPA 22 7 11 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 29
6 Fujinami Takahisa 5 JPN 23 9 10 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 32
7 Gelabert Miquel 20 SPA 25 11 9 RFME Spea Sherco 36
8 Dabill James 8 GBR 25 12 8 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 37
9 Casales Jorge 9 SPA 35 9 7 Beta Factory Racing Beta 44
10 Ferrer Alexandre 7 FRA 34 12 6 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 46
11 Kadlec Franz 11 GER 37 15 5 Gas Gas Gas Gas 52
12 Gubian Loris 21 FRA 30 32 4 Beta Factory Racing Beta 62
13 Karlsson Eddie 10 SWE 36 34 3 Montesa Team Karlsson Montesa 70
14 Noguera Oriol 24 SPA 47 32 2 MRW Limit Motos Montesa Montesa 79
15 Grattarola Matteo 18 ITA 59 25 1 Gas Gas FG Italia Gas Gas 84
16 Tarres Pol 12 SPA 51 35 0 TRS Factory Team TRS 86
17 Pedersen Hakon 15 NOR 57 44 0 Gas Gas Gas Gas 101
18 Sorensen Ole Kristian 16 NOR 73 69 0 Sherco Sorensen Sherco 142
19 Tournour Gianluca 23 ITA 0 Gas Gas Gas Gas
Location Information

Podium 2017 Adam Raga - Jaime Busto - Toni Bou
Podium 2016 -day2- Toni Bou - Adam Raga - Jeroni Fajardo
Podium 2016 -day1- Toni Bou - Adam Raga - Takahisa Fujinami
Podium 2015 -day2- Adam Raga - Toni Bou - Albert Cabestany
Podium 2015 -day1- Adam Raga - Toni Bou - Jeroni Fajardo
Podium 2013 -day2- Toni Bou - Adam Raga - Albert Cabestany
Podium 2013 -day1- Adam Raga - Toni Bou - Albert Cabestany
Podium 2012 -day2- Albert Cabestany - Jeroni Fajardo - Adam Raga
Podium 2012 -day1- Toni Bou - Jeroni Fajardo - Takahisa Fujinami
Podium 2011 Toni Bou - Takahisa Fujinami - Adam Raga

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