Repsol Honda Team Trial rider Toni Bou took the triumph in the sixth round of the world championship and re-establishes a ten-point lead at the head of the competition standings. Takahisa Fujinami made headway and finished fourth.

Trial two of the Andorra TrialGP did not turn out to be such a wash-out as yesterday’s event, but the terrain was, nevertheless, slippery and muddy, especially over the course of the ten-section first lap around the Sant Julià de Lòria route.

A more aggressive and confident Toni Bou produced a high-level showing on the day, particularly in the sections likely to elicit most mistakes and went on to finish the trial with a twenty-point margin over his main rival, Adam Raga. The Repsol Honda Team rider takes the season victory tally to four and now holds a ten-point advantage over his pursuer with one GP – made up of two trials – still to run before the world championship season wraps up.

Elsewhere, Takahisa Fujinami took a leap forward compared to the performances in recent trials and rode a fine race on the day. The Japanese Repsol Honda Team rider completed a zero to hero trial, turning out a fine final lap to join the battle for podium places. ‘Fujigas’ ended up posting a notable fourth place and jumps to sixth place in the general standings.

After three consecutive events, there will now be a well-deserved fortnight’s rest before the end of this atypical TrialGP World Championship. The forthcoming final round of the world championship is scheduled for the weekend of October 9-11 in Lazzate, Italy.

Toni Bou


Today was a similar day to yesterday: I was a little better on the first and second lap. The sections were difficult, so I was able to gain an advantage. On the final lap I took things more to the limit, perhaps, so I am very happy with this victory. I think the key was section five, where I was able to clean, while Adam Raga ‘fived’ it on each lap. I was much more aggressive today than yesterday and this showed in the result. Overall it has been a very positive weekend.

Takahisa Fujinami


After yesterday's fall in which my shoulder took a blow, I wish to thank the whole team and especially the physiotherapist for helping me to make everything go right today. Today, I started with the same pace that I had yesterday on the second and third lap, more similar to the pace that I am used to in the trials. I made a few mistakes, but I think I have managed to recover from them. It is the first trial that I have felt comfortable with and you can see it in the results, as I narrowly missed out on the podium. Now there are only two trials left, but we are all very tight and there are still possibilities. We will give it everything in those final trials.

Private: Miquel Cirera

Team Manager

Toni has returned to riding the way we are used to. We have regained that very important points advantage ahead of the final trials in order to win the championship. Fujinami, meanwhile, had a very good trial, he rode the way he had to ride and missed out on the podium by two points, but that’s the way trials go. Now, we have to rest for a couple of weeks and recover well to be able to go to Italy and tackle the final trials of the championship.

TrialGP 2020
Trial Round WORLD3   Sant Julia de Loria

Results TrialGP Andorra Day 2

Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Champ Team Constructor Points
1 Bou Toni 1 SPA 12 9 7 0 20 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 28
2 Raga Adam 67 SPA 20 18 10 0 17 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 48
3 Casales Jorge 33 SPA 22 25 23 0 15 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 70
4 Fujinami Takahisa 3 JPN 26 27 19 0 13 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 72
5 Gelabert Miquel 56 SPA 27 25 22 0 11 Gas Gas Gas Gas 74
6 Busto Jaime 69 SPA 28 23 26 0 10 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 77
7 Fajardo Jeroni 12 SPA 30 29 20 0 9 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 79
8 Marcelli Gabriel 14 SPA 31 27 21 0 8 RG Team Montesa 80
9 Dabill James 22 GBR 36 33 25 0 7 Beta Factory Racing Beta 94
10 Peace Dan 11 GBR 38 31 27 0 6 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 96
11 Price Jack 34 GBR 40 30 29 0 5 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 99
Location Information

Race format until 2020 10 sections x 3 laps
Race format 2021 12 sections x 2 laps

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Podium 2020 -day2- Toni Bou (1) - Adam Raga (2) - Jorge Casales (3)
Podium 2020 -day1- Adam Raga (1) - Toni Bou (2) - Jorge Casales (3)
Podium 2018 Toni Bou (1) - Albert Cabestany (2) - Jeroni Fajardo (3)
Podium 2017 Adam Raga (1) - Jaime Busto (2) - Toni Bou (3)
Podium 2016 -day2- Toni Bou (1) - Adam Raga (2) - Jeroni Fajardo (3)
Podium 2016 -day1- Toni Bou (1) - Adam Raga (2) - Takahisa Fujinami (3)
Podium 2015 -day2- Adam Raga (1) - Toni Bou (2) - Albert Cabestany (3)
Podium 2015 -day1- Adam Raga (1) - Toni Bou (2) - Jeroni Fajardo (3)