After the triumph last week in Andorra, Repsol Honda Team rider Toni Bou is poised to compete in Sunday’s fourth date of the 2018 TrialGP World Championship calendar, clear leader in the general standings. The event marks the 200th GP outing for the eleven times world champion. Takahisa Fujinami will likewise be looking to improve on his most recent performances.
The Portuguese town of Gouveia in the northwest of the country, this weekend hosts the fourth calendar date of the TrialGP World Championship. The event gets underway on Saturday with the dispute of the two lap-qualifying round. Q1 kicks off at 13:00, followed by Q2 at 15:00, the results of which will determine the start order for Sunday’s main event. Competitors are scheduled to set off at 09:00 on the four kilometre-course set to include fifteen sections over two laps. The race is scheduled to end at 15:20 (local time, GMT).
In the TrialGP of Andorra last weekend Toni Bou clinched a decisive victory that cemented the Repsol Honda Team rider’s grip at the head of the world championship leader board. Bou now has a seven point-advantage over second-placed Jeroni Fajardo and nine over Jaime Busto in third spot. The participation of Toni Bou in Portugal will be trial number 200 for the Catalan ace in top flight competition.
Bou’s Repsol Honda Team brother-in-arms, Japanese rider Takahisa Fujinami, arrives at the event hoping to improve on the results of the previous two events.
|Podium 2004 -day2-||Adam Raga - Takahisa Fujinami - Dougie Lampkin|
|Podium 2004 -day1-||Adam Raga - Marc Freixa - Dougie Lampkin|
|Podium 2005||Dougie Lampkin - Adam Raga - Albert Cabestany|
|Podium 2006||Takahisa Fujinami - Adam Raga - Dougie Lampkin|
|Podium 2008||Toni Bou - Jeroni Fajardo - Adam Raga|
|Podium 2009||Toni Bou - Adam Raga - Albert Cabestany|
|Podium 2010 - day1-||Toni Bou - Albert Cabestany - Adam Raga|
|Podium 2010 - day2-||Takahisa Fujinami - Albert Cabestany - Adam Raga|
|Podium 2015 - day1-||Toni Bou - Adam Raga - Jeroni Fajardo|
|Podium 2015 - day2-||Toni Bou - Adam Raga - Albert Cabestany|
|Podium 2018||Toni Bou - Jeroni Fajardo - Jaime Busto|