Adam Raga consolidates the Spanish Trial Subchampion in the top category after finishing second in the last scoring round for the TR1, in Valderrobres, in a day where five TRRS have climbed to the podium in the different categories.
Once the Trial World Championship was over, the activity returned to the Spanish Championship in Valderrobres, Teruel, where the pilots of the highest category would officially dismiss the 2017 season. With a tour of 12 demanding zones arranged along more than 10 kilometers, Adam Raga quickly knew how to find a good race pace, signing the best record of the day in his first step through the zones. In the second round, also brilliant, increased by five points his previous partial, leaving him out of the victory by just one point difference. Raga and TRRS have shown an excellent level this season, finishing on the podium in six of the seven races of this championship.
Great day also for TRRS in the rest of the categories. In TR2 Eric Miquel obtained a meritorious second position and aspires to the “top 3” of the championship. In TR3 David Millán, local driver in this race, continues counting his participations for victories and celebrated the title again from the top of the Valderrobres podium. We also highlight the victory of the Basque driver Guillermo Fernández, pilot of the Mediser Trial Team, in TR4. In Veterans, victory for the Balearic pilot Javier Palau.
The last scoring round for the 2017 Spanish Trial Championship will take place on December 9th in Siete Aguas (Valencia).
Race: P2 – Championship: P2
“It was a great race for us, both for the effectiveness of the ride and for the result, finishing just one point away from the victory, I am very happy with this season, as we have improved significantly compared to the previous year and this brings us great motivation for 2018 that is about to begin. ”
“It was a great day for the whole team, beyond Adam Raga’s runner-up and his spectacular driving today, we have representation in most categories and have five TRRS on the podium, with pilots of all levels, it shows that we are still working in the right line. ”