Toni Bou has won absolute victory in the return of the Mallorcan town to RFME SPEA Trial Championship in Spain, the 2017 competition will feature a total of nine tests; seven to TR1.
They have also been awarded victory in Balearic lands Gabriel Marcelli, in TR2; David Millan, in TR3; Josep Maria Segura, in TR4; Gerard Trueba, junior; and Pau Martinez in Cadete.
A total of 59 drivers took part in the second meeting of 2017.
The RFME SPEA Trial Championship in Spain in 2017 has shifted its second stake of the season to the municipality of Mancor de la Vall . Nestled in the Sierra de Tramontana on the island of Mallorca, this small population of just over 1,300 inhabitants has thus picked up the baton of the Balearic town of Sant Joan, the site of CET the last two seasons.
Responsible for bringing this second test 2017 successfully have been, however, the boys and girls of the Moto Club Ground Zero, who have been released as organizers CET marking a route with a total of 12 areas, to overcome in two rounds except TR1, which go through the same twice and consecutively and have a total time of 3 hours and 30 minutes- and a maximum time of 5 hours, and City Hall square Mancor de la Vall as beginning and end of the race.
A total of 59 pilots and six categories -TR1, TR2, TR3, TR4, junior and cadet took part in the second test of the year; the first for the premier class.
Indeed, in the latter, the winner was Toni Bou (Montesa-HRC), ahead of Adam Raga (TRS) and Miquel Gelabert (Sherco). The defending champion finished the first pass through areas with a total of 8 points, while the second has been left just 6 points. Raga, meanwhile, has ended up accompanying him on the podium after scoring 14 and 12 points respectively. Gelabert, however, has required 21 and 13 points to climb to the last place on the podium and thus achieve the first podium of his career in TR1.
As for the silver division CET 2017, TR2, victory has corresponded with Gabriel Marcelli with a final accumulated 11 points; five less than Aniol Gelabert, second, and Sam worked less than 22, the third dessert.
In other action levels, the best were: David Millan again in TR3; Jose Maria Segura, in TR4; Gerard Trueba, junior; and Pau Martinez in Cadete.
The next round of RFME SPEA Trial Championship in Spain 2017 will be held on April 9 in Siguenza , Guadalajara, hosted, once again, the Moto Club Alto Henares. In it, as here, take exit the categories TR1, TR2, TR3, TR4, Junior and Cadet.
RFME provisional classification SPEA Trial Championship in Spain 2017, here