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Adam Raga, third in the first round of the Spanish National Trial Championship

Siguenza has been the location for the opening round of the pinnacle of Trial Championships in Spain. Where Gas Gas riders Adam Raga and Jorge Casales have finished in third and fifth place, respectively. In TR2, Arnau Farré has stood upon the podium.
The Spanish Trial Championship has started in the town of Siguenza, with a demanding race, where Gas Gas riders have occupied the top positions.

In TR1, participants in this first round found some new sections from those seen in previous races at this location, and with the draw for the starting order has made Adam Ragathe second rider to face the sections and he was seen to be slightly injured. The Gas Gas rider has made some errors and with precipitation in the first sections, and despite finishing the course with a good ride, he was unable to prevent other riders from having lower scores.

The young Jorge Casales, with some flashes of brilliance, managed to finish fifth, very near other more experienced riders. The rider from the Gas Gas the School of Champions has gained another level this season.

In TR2, the new member of the Gas Gas School of Champions program, Arnau Farré, finished in third place on the podium in his category. This was the second round of competition for riders of this level, and the very young rider from Lleida was much improved compared to previous rounds.

The next race for the Gas Gas Trial Team riders will be April 12th and 13th at the opening round of the Trial World Championship to be held at Mt. Tarrengower, in Australia.

Adam Raga

I failed in the first sections, in section 2, 4 and 5, mainly. All other areas, I think I've done pretty well because it was complicated; there were long sections without much reference as only Toni had passed before me. Also we have had to manage time because the race was delayed. 
I've felt good physically, and only those few errors of my line and technique. Toni has done really well.


Trial de Siguenza
1. Toni Bou, 3 points
2. Albert Cabestany, 13 points
3. Adam Raga (Gas Gas), 24 puntos
4. Jeroni Fajardo (Beta), 30 points
5. Jorge Casales (Gas Gas), 39 puntos
8. Gianluca Tournour (Gas Gas), 116 puntos

1. Miquel Gelabert, 12 points
2. Marcos Méndez, 20 points
3. Arnau Farré (Gas Gas), 22 points
4. Víctor Palomares (Gas Gas), 29 points
5. Nacho Fernández-Sancho (Gas Gas), 51 points 

Spanish Championship Standings

1. Toni Bou, 20 points
2. Albert Cabestany, 17 points
3. Adam Raga (Gas Gas), 15 points
4. Jeroni Fajardo (Beta), 13 points
5. Jorge Casales (Gas Gas), 11 points
8. Gianluca Tournour (Gas Gas), 8 points 

1. Miquel Gelabert, 37 points
2. Marcos Méndez, 30 points
3. Arnau Farré (Gas Gas), 25 points
4. Víctor Palomares (Gas Gas), 24 points
5. Haakon Pedersen, 20 points 


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