Toni Bou arrives as the leader of the championship with a 20-point advantage, whilst Gabriel Marcelli is third overall.
The X-Trial World Championship is back after more than six months away, and the Poliesportiu d’Andorra hosts the fifth event of the 2023 season. The last round took place in March in Bordeaux, France, where Toni Bou took his third victory of the season, and his teammate, Gabriel Marcelli, was fifth.
After winning his 33rd title (17 outdoors and 16 indoors), Bou is raring to give his all in Andorra. Last season the Repsol Honda Trial Team rider was second at this round, so this weekend he will look for another victory.
Marcelli has a very good feeling after obtaining third position overall in the TrialGP World Championship. The Montesa Cota 4RT rider has been on the podium two times this season in the Indoor Championship, with two second positions (Barcelona and Pamplona). Last year he was fifth in Andorra, and is targeting the rostrum.
Both Repsol Honda Trial Team riders are at the top of the standings. Bou is the series leader and has a 20-point advantage over nearest rival, Jaime Busto. Marcelli is currently third with 46 points. The Andorran event will begin on Saturday, October 7th at 6pm local time.
|Location||Poliesportiu d’Andorra (new venue from 2019)|
|Podium 2022||Jaime Busto (GasGas) - Toni Bou (Montesa) - Adam Raga (TRRS)|
|Podium 2021||Toni Bou (Montesa) - Adam Raga (TRS) - Jaime Busto (Vertigo)|
|Podium 2019||Toni Bou (Montesa) - Adam Raga (TRS) - Jeroni Fajardo (GasGas)|