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Raga closes the season with another victory in Isola 2000

The Gas Gas rider proved his excellent form and scored a solid second place at the championship.
The Grand Prix of Europe of Trial, played this weekend in Isola 2000, at the french Maritime Alps, served for ratify the excellent level shown by Adam Raga at the last World Championship races, as well for push to the limit the leader of classification, Toni Bou, and get a solid runner-up behind him.

On Saturday, with Adam opening the sections after his victory in Japan, the Gas Gas rider decided to risk the most. He went to play his own race and practically no stopped to study the sections. His demonstration in this circumstances allowed to distance himself in the standings and achieve a great victory. Bou finished second with 26 points, 15 more than Raga, and Albert Cabestany completed the podium with 50 penalties. Thus, the overall ranking was even tighter, with the Gas Gas rider to 10 points behind championship leader in the absence of the last day of competition.

For Sunday the goal was to keep pushing hard but an unexpected mistake in the first section of the day prevented Raga take the leadership. From that moment began a head to head that finally opted for Bou by 6 points. After the two main protagonists of the championship, Cabestany was third to 20 points from Adam.

The British rider Michael Brown again made a great race, finishing 7th and 6th, respectively, while the French Loris Gubian achieved the 8th and 10th place. Finally, Pol Tarrés would be the best representative of Gas Gas in Junior both days, finishing 3th and 4th, respectively.

Àdam Raga

"This time the opportunity to start first was pretty well for me on Saturday because, even though having to open the sections and taking many risks, I avoided a little the rain that fell mid-race. I think that we made a very full race the first day and I'm very satisfied with my riding. Our difference with Bou in the classification changed to 10 points, so we needed to keep pushing on Sunday. The goal was go to win again and finish the championship with another victory, but couldn't be. Still, I'm happy with the second place, mainly because of how it was achieved and for the level we have shown during the second half of the championship. This will give us great confidence for going to battle for the title next year, both me and whole Gas Gas team, whom I appreciate the work they have done, especially James, Bruno, Sam, Isma and Dougie".


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