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Toni Bou extends his lead in the TrialGP World Championship lead after a dominating win in Neunkirchen, Germany.

The Repsol Honda Trial Team rider, Toni Bou finished on the top step of the podium on both days of the TrialGP of Germany held in Neunkirchen.

The TrialGP World Championship was back in Germany after six years absence at a new location: Neunkirchen. The new course was soon found to be tricky and fairly high level, combining artificial stone and rock-filled sections, plus wooded areas with plenty of ramps. Section 11 proved to be particularly taxing with the entire field picking up the maximum marks on both laps.

Toni Bou gave a fine display of his riding prowess at the newly-opened Neunkirchen venue, dominating both laps from start to finish, despite struggling in section 11 with the rest of the field. It was much the same on day two, the weekend win seeing the Catalan rider continue to edge further away at the top of the overall leaderboard on 114 points, 23 more than his closest rival Jaime Busto.


Results: TrialGP of Germany, day 1

  1. Toni Bou (Montesa) 29 marks
  2. Jaime Busto (Vertigo) 39
  3. Matteo Grattarola (Beta) 44
  4. Miquel Gelabert (GASGAS) 47
  5. Benoit Bincaz (GASGAS) 72

Results: TrialGP of Germany, day 2

  1. Toni Bou (Montesa) 15 marks
  2. Matteo Grattarola (Beta) 25
  3. Jaime Busto (Vertigo) 25
  4. Miquel Gelabert (GASGAS) 44
  5. Benoit Bincaz (GASGAS) 56

TrialGP Championship Standings (after round 3)

  1. Toni Bou (Montesa) 114 pts
  2. Jaime Busto (Vertigo) 91
  3. Adam Raga (TRRS) 73
  4. Miquel Gelabert (GASGAS) 65
  5. Benoit Bincaz (GASGAS) 40