The Gas Gas rider was second at the podium after
an excellent second lap through the sections.
The Italian Grand Prix of Trial showed a new great
performance by Adam Raga, who demonstrated in
Montecrestese be the only one capable of facing
up to championship leader, Toni Bou, and make
his life more difficult.
The Gas Gas rider was hampered by two
maximum penalties received in the first round to
the sections, which led to middle the race with an
accumulated 13 points compared to 4 of Bou.
However, a second round perfect in which only
gave one point allowed Adam sign the best score
of the whole Trial, as well as finishing second to 8
points of the winner and with 12 lead over thirdplaced,
Takahisa Fujinami. Raga was delighted by
the level shown in the second half of the race and
regretted having been loaded with so many points
along the first turn, as this will put more pressure
on him from Bou.
Loris Gubian finished in seventh place, just ahead
of the Italian Matteo Grattarola, while Michael
Brown finished 10th. In the Junior category, Pol
Tarrés came within one step of the podium and
Pere Borrellas was fifth. The next grand prix will
be held on July 31 in Fort William (Scotland, Great
Furthermore this weekend the FIM has announced
that, following the annulment of the Grand Prix of
Poland, the championship will have eight
appointments thanks to the entry of a final
additional Trial to be played in France, specifically
in Isola 2000, 3 and 4 September.