In a series which is looking like it’s going to be a fight all the way Italian Lorenzo Gandola was moved off the top spot of the podium by Billy Green on day one. On the second day the positions were once again reversed, as Gandola took a close win in front of Green. New to the 125cc capacity class in 2017 is Spanish manufacturer TRRS, and Eric Miquel gave them two podium finishes with a brace of thirds after a poor showing at the opening round in Spain. Picking a winner in the Trial2 class is a massive lottery, with a handful of riders who can all win. As it turned out Gael Chatagno was the first-day winner, looking very comfortable in the wet and muddy conditions. The battle behind was between Francesc Moret, who won a tie break with Iwan Roberts followed by rookie Trial2 class rider Toby Martyn who showed some real class in his riding. In warmer conditions on day two Roberts was in excellent form, parting with no marks on his second lap to edge out Moret. Marc Riba on the TRS had a better day, as did Dan Peace with Japan’s Tsuyoshi Ogawa rounding off the top five.
Lorenzo Gandola (Scorpa-ITA): Yet another one of the new breed of young Italian riders, he swept away defeat on day one to take the win on day two. Billy Green (Beta-GBR): Riding in typical English conditions, a win on day one and a second on day two lef