Adam Raga signs a new podium in the current season of the World Trial Championship, this time in the tough Belgian Grand Prix. Franzi Kadlec remains once again in the “top ten”, while our best rider in Trial2 was again Haga, thirteenth, and in Trial 125 Pol Medinya, fifth.
The fifth scoring race for the World Trial Championship was held in very physically and demanding conditions because of the heat and the time so tight to complete the first lap through the sections.
For Adam Raga the third place is very positive, because this time his riding was not at the same level of the last races, especially in the first lap, where successive mistakes prevented him from following the rhythm of the head of the race and aspire to victory. In the second lap he greatly improved his previous score and secured a very important podium for the championship, where he holds the second position solidly. Franzi Kadlec has been ninth.
In Trial2 the Norwegian rider Sondre Haga could not pass the thirteenth position, while Eric Miquel was fifteenth. In Trial 125, Pol Medinya was again sixth.
This coming weekend the activity returns to the Spanish Trial Championship in Pobladura de las Regueras (León).
Race P3 | Championship P2
“I think today’s third place is good, because my riding has not been at the level I expected, adding too many mistakes and with little success in key sections to be in the fight for victory. Physically it has been a hard race and we have riden very fast to avoid penalties for time.”