Repsol Honda Team rider, Toni Bou, triumphed in the Andorra TrialGP, the third round of the world championship, taking his victory tally to a record ninety-nine wins.

It was the second victory of the season for Bou and a win to relish, not only because it represents a win on ‘home soil’ in Andorra where he resides, but also because the Repsol Honda Team rider equals the ninety-nine win record of seven times world champion Dougie Lampkin. Bou, in addition, extends his advantage in the overall standings to seven points over immediate rival Jeroni Fajardo.

Toni Bou displayed a high level today in spite of the sections not being the most demanding in a trial where any errors paid dearly. A five in section eleven on the first lap threw the trial wide open before Bou eventually completed the first lap in second place overall. A splendid ride on the final lap saw the current champ put the pressure on rivals, who took maximums in some rather unexpected places. The victory was accomplished in the last of the thirty sections by a mere two point-advantage.

Elsewhere, Takahisa Fujinami was one of the first riders to take the start after a less-than-positive qualification round yesterday. Overcoming the sections with virtually no previous reference weighed heavy on the scorecard and saw the Japanese rider take twelfth position. ‘Fujigas’ is now eighth in the general rankings.

The sections of this third TrialGP date in the 2018 calendar were battled over hard, slate terrain that disintegrated very easily as the bikes went through, as well as offering some high steps to negotiate. In addition, the Repsol Honda Team riders had to deal with both suffocating heat and altitude, with most sections 1,300 metres above sea-level in the mountainous area of Sant Julià de Lòria.

The next stop for TrialGP World Championship takes place next weekend in the town of Gouveia, in Portugal. The Senhora dos Verdes Park will host this, the fourth date of the trial outdoor calendar.

Toni Bou


I am very happy with this victory here in Andorra. It's been a tough weekend, with lots of nerves and a lot of pressure, but we've finally won. Today I felt very good on the bike and my back did not bother me, which is very positive to be able to continue improving like that. This is a very important victory both for the championship and for my morale. To reach victory number ninety-nine is impressive and now we have to work to achieve one hundred victories. I keep saying that this will be a very complicated year for me but we will continue fighting.

Takahisa Fujinami


Today has been a very difficult race for us. I started from the front and also didn’t have much confidence on the bike. We’ll have to look hard at what was missing in the set-up as physically I feel good, much better than in the first world championship trial. This week before competing in Portugal I hope I will be able to find what I lacked on the bike. I’ll do my best.

Private: Miquel Cirera

Team Manager

It was not an easy weekend although it may seem easy to win for Toni Bou; but it has been thanks to the enormous amount of work done. Remember that he is not 100% physically fit yet and for him to win here in Andorra was very important. Meanwhile, Fujinami had some problems; he didn’t have a good trial, and we have to try to do better next time. Thanks to all the team who have really worked very hard due to the difficult conditions such as the high altitude in which Andorra is located. In Portugal we will be back, giving it our best shot and hopefully come away with our two riders on top.

TrialGP 2018
Trial Round TGP 3 , 1   Sant Julia de Loria

TrialGP of Andorra 2018 results

Pos. Rider Num Nation L1 L2 L3 T3 Champ Team Constructor Points
1 Bou Toni 1 SPA 10 6 20 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 16
2 Cabestany Albert 37 SPA 11 7 17 Beta Factory Racing Beta 18
3 Fajardo Jeroni 4 SPA 14 6 15 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 20
4 Busto Jaime 69 SPA 11 13 13 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 24
5 Raga Adam 67 SPA 16 13 11 TRRS Factory Team TRRS 29
6 Casales Jorge 33 SPA 24 22 10 Vertigo Factory Team Vertigo 46
7 Dabill James 22 GBR 28 19 9 Beta Factory Racing Beta 47
8 Gelabert Miquel 11 SPA 35 20 1 8 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 56
9 Bincaz Benoit 16 FRA 27 29 7 Scorpa Factory Scorpa 56
10 Price Jack 34 GBR 27 34 6 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 61
11 Kadlec Franz 9 GER 23 29 10 5 Gas Gas Factory Team Gas Gas 62
12 Fujinami Takahisa 5 JPN 31 23 10 4 Repsol Honda Team Montesa 64
13 Ferrer Alexandre 29 FRA 38 32 10 3 Sherco Factory Team Sherco 80
14 Noguera Oriol 14 SPA 70 32 2 Team Jotagas JTG 102
Location Information

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

Sant Julià de Lòria, Andorra - View in Google Maps


Podium 2022 -day1- Adam Raga (1) - Toni Bou (2) - Jeroni Fajardo (3)
Podium 2021 -day2- Adam Raga (1) - Jaime Busto (2) - Toni Bou (3)
Podium 2021 -day1- Toni Bou (1) - Adam Raga (2) - Matteo Grattarola (3)
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)