2009 FIM Junior World Trials Championship. Best Nine of Eleven Rounds
RESULTS: 1: Jonathan Richardson (Sherco-GBR) 162; 2: Maxime Warenghien (Sherco-BEL) 142; 3: Tanguy Motin (Gas Gas-FRA) 132; 4: Carles Traviesa (Gas Gas-ESP) 129; 5: Pere Borrellas (Gas Gas-ESP) 116; 6: Luca Cotone (Beta-ITA) 105; 7: Hakon Pedersen (Sherco-NOR) 84; 8: Ben Morphett (Beta-GBR) 79; 9: Jonny Walker (Gas Gas-GBR) 71; 10: Francesc Ciurana (Gas GasESP) 57; 11: Marc Horrach (Gas Gas-ESP) 53; 12: Matteo Cominli (Beta-ITA) 49; 13: Matteo Poli (Beta-ITA) 39; 14: Jack Sheppard (Beta-GBR) 26; 15: Gianluca Tournour (Gas Gas-ITA) 16. MOST WINS: Jonathan Richardson 5; Carles Traviesa 3; Maxime Warenghien 2; Pere Borrellas 1. CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS SCORERS: 29.
Trial Magazine would like to acknowledge the help from Belgium’s custodian of world championship records Charly Demathieu and Mario Candellone with this article generation.
Full of enthusiasm for the sport, Jonathan Richardson (ShercoGBR) won the 2009 series by a convincing margin with five wins.
Podium Ireland 2009: Jonathan Richardson (Sherco-GBR) would continue in the world championship series for a few years. Pere Borrellas (Gas Gas-ESP) on the second step would progress through the relevant classes before moving out of the world championships in 2014. In 2019 the series is now titled Trial125.
Both father, Gerald, and son Jonathan Richardson have won the Scott Trial. Jonathan can be found in 2019 riding in Extreme Enduro.