The great dominator of the weekend in Kingman, Arizona, once again proved to be the king of trial over the last decade: Toni Bou. The Repsol Honda Team rider continues to edge closer to the eleventh title. Jaime Busto meanwhile clinched a fantastic runner-up stop.

After last night’s rainfall, the sections had become somewhat more complicated than the previous day, although the organization had also decided to change some steps in the sections although without raising significantly the difficulty level.

In these conditions, Toni Bou found himself far more at ease and was able to cruise around without the added pressure of having to avoid mistakes. On the first lap he was penalized just three points and six on lap two, clearly stamping his authority on the trial and coming away victorious once more.

It was a double-headed Repsol Honda Team success with Jaime Busto finishing in second position and strengthening his overall third position in the championship general standings. The Basque rider finished ahead of his teammate Takahisa Fujinami who today, like yesterday, was out of the battle for a podium spot, eventually having to settle for seventh place.

The weekend’s results give Toni Bou the opportunity to go into the next trial with a twenty-eight point advantage, which means the Repsol Honda Team rider could mathematically seal the championship title before arriving at the season’s final date.

Repsol Honda Team’s trophy cabinet continues to fill up, this time with Montesa taking the constructor’s title on Sunday with an advantage of more than 80 points over second-placed TRS, with two championship events still to go.

The team move on and will compete in the seventh and penultimate event of the TrialGP FIM World Championship in Sokolov, Czech Republic to be held on 10th September.

Toni Bou


I'm really happy about how the trial went. It seemed that with last night's rain it would be a bit more delicate, but soon it got easy. Three points on the first lap are too few. I am very happy with my riding in an easy trial, and it’s a big step forward in the championship because this has been a fantastic weekend. Now we can enjoy a very well-deserved summer break. We’ve had a great season so far in all three of the championships, so now, let’s play hard and enjoy the summer!

Takahisa Fujinami


I'm not very happy. It's been a tough weekend for me. I found some sections with large steps, that I can normally get up, but here at 2000 metres altitude, the engine didn’t perform as usual and I was well aware of that. I did not have much confidence and it was very difficult. Yesterday was very hard for me, but for the championship I can still fight to finish in a good position.

Jaime Busto


I'm very happy. Today I did better than yesterday, and already in the first round I have only committed one serious error. In the second, I also felt at ease with the sections despite a small fault. For the championship this is a great result. The goal is to try to finish third, doing well in the remaining two races.

Miquel Cirera

Team Manager

We must congratulate the riders, who are the ones that make the manufacturers win the titles. Congratulations to Toni, Jaime, Fuji, Gabriel and Francesc because with their results and victories they have helped us to win the constructor’s championship. The team worked hard before coming here to get as much as possible. Toni has won two trials masterfully, Jaime has achieved great results and Fujinami was having a tough time out there, but will continue fighting in the two races that remain. I have to thank the team for all the work done for the trial in altitude, because it has made it all the more difficult, but they have done a fantastic job. Have a great holiday everyone!

TrialGP 2017
Trial Round TR6 , 2   Kingman

Results Session

Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Points Team Constructor Time/Gap
1 Bou Toni 1 SPA 3 6 20 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 9
2 Busto Jaime 69 SPA 10 13 17 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 23
3 Fajardo Jeroni 47 SPA 20 7 15 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 27
4 Raga Adam 67 SPA 21 9 13 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 30
5 Dabill James 7 GBR 20 13 11 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 33
6 Cabestany Albert 37 SPA 23 12 10 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 35
7 Fujinami Takahisa 3 JPN 27 14 9 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 41
8 Grattarola Matteo 9 ITA 28 14 8 Gas Gas FG Italia Gas Gas 42
9 Casales Jorge 33 SPA 31 15 7 Beta Factory Racing Beta 46
10 Gelabert Miquel 10 SPA 28 20 6 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 48
11 Kadlec Franz 11 GER 43 24 5 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 67
12 Farre Arnau 19 SPA 38 29 4 RFME Spea Gas Gas 67
13 Price Jack 34 GBR 38 29 3 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 67
14 Ferrer Alexandre 13 FRA 43 29 2 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 72
15 Bincaz Benoit 16 FRA 44 31 1 Scorpa Factory Scorpa 75
16 Noguera Oriol 15 SPA 42 36 0 MRW Gas Gas Trial Team Gas Gas 78
17 Karlsson Eddie 12 SWE 55 34 0 RG Team Montesa 89
Location Information

Kingman, Arizona, Estados Unidos - View in Google Maps