Adam Raga still leads after the Andorra GP

The Gas Gas rider finished in second place on day two of the Andorra Trial GP, this past weekend in Sant Julia de Loria, and a victory for Jorge Casales in Junior. The two Gas Gas riders are the leaders in their respective championship categories.


Adam Raga is satisfied with the Andorra Trial Grand Prix. A very technical event, hard and complicated, especially in the mental paragraph, in which the best riders had a lot of pressure. Easy zones, and Non-Stop rules did not allow any errors as it has been difficult to recover lost points.
The Gas Gas rider started the day, but in a zone near the end of the first lap he made a mistake that distanced him in points from Toni Bou. Then in the last zone, another fiasco left him 10 points behind the provisional leader of the race, tied for second place with Takahisa Fujinami. Fortunately, in the second round, Adam Raga has improved his form through the zones where he had been penalized and finished the round with just 4 points and his second was assured. The Gas Gas rider is still leading the championship.
Gas Gas Factory Team riders have matured with a good performance, with Italian Matteo Grattarola in eighth, Frenchman Loris Gubian in ninth, and Britain's Michael Brown, eleventh. Pere Borrellas finished fourteenth.

Casales, on a good trajectory

The Gas Gas rider Jorge Casales, of the School of Champions, has won the Junior category and is confirmed as the championship category leader. The Galician rider has demonstrated his potential, in two excellent Junior rounds that were not easy. On each loop he was penalized only a single point and the difference with the runner-up has been enormous.
Francesc Moret, another Gas Gas rider, finished fourth and Australian Kyle Middleton was out of the points.

Adam Raga:
"I am very happy because I rode very well. Yes, I made two fiascos that could have been two zeros, just two errors, one of them of course was a shame. But I still think I had a good trial. I hope to continue in this line. The most positive thing is not to be the leader of the championship, but to be a good rider, and this is well now. I can not be angry about finishing second".

Jorge Casales:
"The early season has been a little weird, maybe I was too focused on the championship of Spain and that was the reason for failure. Now I am more in line with non-stop and I am very pleased with this GP of Andorra. Yesterday I went to bed with great gusto and today I started very strong. Even I was impressed with myself. I've been stepping up and am very happy. A return to this point is something masterful. I thank the whole team".


CLASIFICACIONES

World Pro

1.

Toni Bou

   3

   2

   5

2.

Adam Raga (Gas Gas)

   13

   4

   17

3.

Albert Cabestany

   14

   14

   28

4.

James Dabill

   18

   14

   32

5.

Takahisa Fujinami

   13

   22

   35

8.

Matteo Grattarola (Gas Gas)

   36

   25

   61

9.

Loris Gubian (Gas Gas)

   34

   31

   65

11. 

Michael Brown (Gas Gas)

   42

   45

   87

14.

Pere Borrellas (Gas Gas)

   43

   49

   92


Junior

1.

Jorge Casales (Gas Gas)

    1

   1

   2

2.

Jack Sheppard

   10

   5

   15

3.

Pol Tarrés

   6

   11

   17

4.

Francesc Moret (Gas Gas)

   17

   10

   27

5.

Jonathan Richardson

   9

   18

   27

16.

Kyle Middleton (Gas Gas)

   24

   47

   71


Provisional Campeonato del Mundo

World Pro

1.

Adam Raga (Gas Gas)

107

2.

Toni Bou

106

3.

Takahisa Fujinami

81

4.

Jeroni Fajardo

79

5.

Albert Cabestany

79

7.

Matteo Grattarola (Gas Gas)

37

10.

Loris Gubian (Gas Gas)

31

11.

Michael Brown (Gas Gas)

24

17.

Pere Borrellas (Gas Gas)

13


Junior

1.

Jorge Casales (Gas Gas)

100

2.

Jack Sheppard

93

3.

Francesc Moret (Gas Gas)

84

4.

Pol Tarrés

80

5.

Cédric Tempier

73

10.

Kyle Middleton (Gas Gas)

28