The flamboyant 2022 TrialGP World Champion, Toni Bou, wrapped up the season with a win in Ponte di Legno. Gabriel Marcelli, fifth in on the day, concludes the world championship in fifth. And Montesa succeeds in adding a new constructors’ title.

The curtain has come down on the TrialGP 2022 World Championship season today with Toni Bou adding the finishing touches to it, grabbing the final triumph of the campaign. Today’s trial at Ponte di Legno proved easier than yesterday’s, with the event organisers making some modifications to certain sections of Saturday’s course rendering the route less complex. Despite this, Toni Bou gave a great demonstration of technique and riding prowess throughout the day, with an excellent second lap, leaving his main rivals in his wake to round off the season in style. Today’s triumph in Ponte di Legno means the Repsol Honda Trial Team rider closes the 2022 season with a total of 7 victories, 3 runner-up spots and a new TrialGP world crown, his 16th on the spin.

Meanwhile, Gabriel Marcelli left it until the final trial of the 2022 TrialGP season to manage to sneak into the top five. The Repsol Honda Trial Team rider made some mistakes on the first lap that hampered his chances of a podium, yet, despite a fine second lap, Marcelli had to settle for fifth place. With today’s result in Italy, the Galician rider has achieved his best ever finish in the TrialGP World Championship with a noteworthy fifth position, with a total tally of 109 points in his first season with the Repsol Honda Trial Team.

The final day of the TrialGP World Championship was also a special day for Montesa, which, thanks to the great work from the marque’s riders in the TrialGP and Trial2 categories throughout the season, Montesa were able to claim a 23rd constructors’ title.

The last trial in Italy, brings the 2022 TrialGP World Championship to an end for the Repsol Honda Trial Team. The next date on the calendar for Toni Bou will be this forthcoming Sunday, 25 September in Monza, where the Montesa rider will take part in the Trial de Nations representing the Spanish national team.

Toni Bou


I'm very happy with the way the weekend went. Today I had less pressure, although it was complicated because it was an easy trial where you couldn't make many mistakes. In fact, I got a five for stopping in the fifth section, a section that was quite easy, and then I had to try to recover. At that moment, Adam Raga was still on zero, Matteo Grattarola had only three marks and I already had six. It wasn't easy, but we fought well and we got a victory with a very great last lap, scoring just one point. I am very happy and grateful to the team. Once again, we have had a very good season, with 7 wins, 3 second places and never off the podium. The team has worked hard but we have room for improvement. We are working hard on the bike and I'm sure we will continue to take steps forward.

Gabriel Marcelli


Overall, the season has been positive. I would have liked to have achieved some podiums and get closer to the top positions in the overall, but finishing my first season in the Repsol Honda Trial Team with a fifth position in the World Championship is a good start. It's my first top five in the TrialGP World Championship, so I've been able to see my progression during all these years, especially during the final trials of the season, in which my progress improved. We hope that next year everything will go better and we can achieve podiums.

Takahisa Fujinami

Team Manager

I am very happy with how my first year as team manager has gone. Toni has won two more world titles, Montesa has won a new constructors' title and Gabri has finished the season in very good form, especially in the final four events. It's a pity that Gabri couldn't finish on the podium, but he ended up fifth in the world championship, when he came here in sixth place. Toni's triumph today in Italy was the icing on the cake for a magnificent season.
As for the constructors' title for Montesa, I am very happy about that. All the Montesa riders have done a great job this season. It's a pity that Pablo Suárez didn't win the Trial2 title in the end, but his victories also helped us to win the constructors' title.

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TrialGP of Italy- Results Day 2

Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Champ Team Constructor Points
1 Bou Toni 1 SPA 7 1 0 0 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 8p
2 Grattarola Matteo 88 ITA 9 6 0 0 Beta Trueba Beta 15p
3 Raga Adam 68 SPA 11 12 1 0 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 24p
4 Busto Jaime 1 SPA 20 6 1 0 Gas Gas Factory Racing Gas Gas 27p
5 Marcelli Gabriel 38 SPA 20 9 2 0 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 31p
6 Petrella Luca 64 ITA 25 20 0 0 Gas Gas Gas Gas 45p
7 Gelabert Miquel 4 SPA 33 13 0 0 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 46p
8 Fajardo Jeroni 47 SPA 23 26 0 0 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 49p
9 Casales Jorge 16 SPA 26 26 0 0 Scorpa Factory Scorpa 52p
10 Gelabert Aniol 28 SPA 25 29 0 0 Beta Trueba Beta 54p
11 Martyn Toby 13 GBR 33 24 0 0 Montesa Montesa 57p
12 Bincaz Benoit 73 FRA 31 38 0 0 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 69p
13 Colairo  Téo 13 FRA 38 45 0 0 Beta Beta 83p
14 Riva  Andrea 90 ITA 50 37 0 0 Gas Gas Gas Gas 87p
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Final Standings after Race 10

Pos. Rider Num Nation Team Constructor Points
1 Bou Toni 1 SPA Repsol Honda Team Montesa 191p
2 Busto Jaime 1 SPA Gas Gas Factory Racing Gas Gas 140p
3 Raga Adam 68 SPA TRRS Factory Team TRRS 131p
4 Grattarola Matteo 88 ITA Beta Trueba Beta 126p
5 Marcelli Gabriel 38 SPA Repsol Honda Team Montesa 109p
6 Fajardo Jeroni 47 SPA Sherco Factory Team Sherco 108p
7 Gelabert Miquel 4 SPA Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 102p
8 Casales Jorge 16 SPA Scorpa Factory Scorpa 90p
9 Gelabert Aniol 28 SPA Beta Trueba Beta 72p
10 Bincaz Benoit 73 FRA Sherco Factory Team Sherco 69p
11 Martyn Toby 13 GBR Montesa Montesa 55p
12 Petrella Luca 64 ITA Gas Gas Gas Gas 53p
13 Colairo  Téo 13 FRA Beta Beta 24p
14 Riva  Andrea 90 ITA Gas Gas Gas Gas 4p

Round 6, TrialGP of Italy 2022 - Race 10 - Repsol Honda Team