The best version of Adam Raga has fought for the victory of the last GP of the season, ending with a positive second position that allows him to overtake Jaime Busto in the general standings and celebrate the third position of the championship.
The weekend did not start well for Adam Raga, who received a very strict “fiasco” in Q2, forcing him to start third. Again, Adam knew how to find the race pace and lead a good part of it. The key was the section four, which only Toni Bou beat, and from there he knew how to manage his advantage. Good for Adam, who has completed a season from less to more, showing that he remains at the highest level and ready to fight for the title next season.
In the category of Trial2 Luca Petrella has equaled his best result of the year, fourth, ending the season as the best rider of TRS classified, seventh. Marc Riba has been eighth in the race and ninth in the global standings. Haga has completed the “top 15” in a discrete race, being twelfth in the championship.
In Trial125 sixth position for Eric Miquel, who has not been able to be placed between the three best of the category, finishing fourth his second season at the controls of the TRRS 125cc.
The calendar will officially end on September 22 and 23, in the Czech town of Sokolov.
“We are very satisfied with Adam, he has completed a great race and, most importantly, in the last GP he has been very close to victory, which is where we want to be in. In Trial2, today Luca has been in his place, fighting for the podium. In Trial125 we would have liked to be higher in the standings, although Eric’s riding in general has been good. “
Race P2 | Championship P3
“I am satisfied with the season, it did not start very good for me, with physical problems that prevented me from being in full condition. From the middle of the season we have fought for the victory in each race, we have stayed close to the runner-up and the sensations are good. It is the line we need and in 2019 we hope to continue improving.”