FIM Trial World Championship TrialGP/Trial2/Trial125 TrialE/Ladies
Wow! What a championship season! Bou continues to dominate but after some strange observing decisions we find Matteo Grattarola taking the Trial2 title at the final section in Italy. The calm and collected Billy Green was a very worthy Trial125 World Cham
2018 TRIALGP WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
We have to ask the ongoing question: who can stop Toni Bou? With seven wins from the nine in the championship, Japan was a double points-scoring day; he has once again demonstrated the will to win over his rivals despite some injury problems during the season. Who would like to bet him once again dominating in 2019 — we certainly would not! WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP: 1: Toni Bou (Repsol Honda-ESP) 170; 2: Jeroni Fajardo (Gas Gas-ESP) 132; 3: Adam Raga (TRRS-ESP) 129; 4: Jamie Busto (Gas Gas-ESP) 124; 5: Albert Cabestany (Beta-ESP) 102; 6: Takahisa Fujinami (Repsol Honda-JPN) 91; 7: James Dabill (Beta-GBR) 79; 8: Jorge Casales (Vertigo-ESP) 73; 9: Miquel Gelabert (Sherco-ESP) 70; 10: Jack Price (Gas Gas-GBR) 52; 11: Benoit Bincaz (Scorpa-FRA) 41; 12: Franz Kadlec (Gas GasGER) 38; 13: Oriol Noguera (Jotagas-ESP) 34; 14: Alexandre Ferrer (ShercoFRA) 15; 15: Kenichi Kuroyama (Yamaha-JPN) 9.
28 Toni Bou (Repsol Honda-ESP) From left: Jeroni Fajardo (Gas Gas-ESP), Toni Bou (Repsol Honda-ESP) and Adam Raga (TRRS-ESP)