Mondiale X-Trial 3 marzo Madrid

Anche a Madrid il fuoriclasse della montesa Toni Bou fa sentire la propria supremazia andando a vincere anche questa ennesima prova del mondiale X-trial 2012.
Questa volta il distacco con il secondo Adam Raga è più contenuto ma rispetto agli altri c'è un abisso.
Terzo gradino del podio per Albert Cabestany ma con ben 30 penalità all'attivo.
Prossimo appuntamento sabato 10 marzo a Palma di Majorca, mentre il 17 marzo vi aspettiamo tutti al Forum di Assago dove a difendere i colori italiano ci sarà il giovanissimo Giacomo Saleri.
 

 

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Ancora una vittoria per Toni Bou in occasione della prova di Campionato del Mondo X-Trial di Madrid.
E’ stata una gara difficile per il pilota del Beta Trial Factory Team:  Jeroni, dolorante per una caduta in allenamento, ha dovuto affrontare la gara facendo molta fatica e senza mai poter veramente competere con i migliori.
Nonostante questo problema, Jeroni è riuscito a concludere in 6° posizione, dimostrando orgoglio e grinta anche in questa situazione.
Appuntamento la prossima settimana a Palma di Maiorca.


Repsol Montesa

Toni Bou remains unbeaten and increases his advantage as a
leader. Takahisa Fujinami, two points away from the podium.

Madrid, 03.03.1012. - Toni Bou (Montesa Cota 4RT) remains unbeaten in the X-Trial
World Championship after winning the Madrid Indoor Trial, held this Saturday in the
Community of Madrid Sports Palace for fourth consecutive year, with which the
Championship has passed its halfway point. Once again, Toni Bou dominated the three
phases of the event, having closed the qualifying lap with just one point and the semi-final
with nine, sealing his victory with four points in the definitive lap. With three events to
end the championship in which Toni Bou has won the title in its five previous editions, the
Montesa rider enlarged his advantage over the second classified to 26 points.
Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa Cota 4RT) defended his options to a podium position up to
the last moment, from which he was only two points away. The Japanese rider, who was
in the final of the four events held up to now, won 17 points in the qualifying lap and two
more in the semi-final, improving significantly in the last lap.
Toni Bou: "I think nobody could say there was a lack of excitement today,
because the event was on very difficult zones and was not decided until
the last moment. Four victories of four possible and 26 points advantage as
a leader clearly show we’re incredibly well prepared. But even so, we’ll
continue as always, concentrated on every race as it comes, using the
strategy that is giving us such good results" .
Takahisa Fujinami: "Again I reached the final and finished two points away
from the podium, a result that I’m fully satisfied with, as it was the first day
I rode the motorcycle after my hard fall while training on Tuesday. I had
some pain in my shoulder, but even so, I managed to find the energy to
reach my final position, with options to a podium position until the last
moment”.
The fifth scoring event for the X-Trial World Championship will be held next Saturday,
March 10th in Palma de Mallorca.



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