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Toni Bou is near to the title in Belgium

Toni Bou is a little closer to winning his tenth title of world champion outdoors trial after his victory today in the Grand Prix of Belgium.

Jaime Bustos in the GP Belgium 2016

Today, in Comblain-au-Pont the Repsol Honda driver has finished adding his eighth win of the year in a trial that had nothing to do with the one held two years ago, where rain complicated areas. The Spanish rider, who finished with a final score of 45 points, has finished ahead of Spaniards also Adam Raga and Albert Cabestany, second and third respectively.

Curiously, Raga and Cabestany have obtained the same 55 points, finishing with the same number of areas without penalizing, but Raga have obtained more section with one.

Meanwhile Jeroni Fajardo, on his return to competition after cervical injury in the previous Grand Prix and consequently lost the recent visit of Spanish National Championship in Leon by medical prescription, was fourth with 60 points. Jaime Busto this time was sixth with 68 points.

In Trial2, the former World Junior, he has once again been in Arnau Farré our best representative. However, the flagship of the new Gas Gas nothing or very little to do to compete today with the current category leader, the English Jack Price.

The category reserved for 125cc bikes, the Trial125, has crowned this weekend the first Trial World Champion 2016. His name: Jack Peace. The Briton, who here in Belgium has again impose its law, becomes the fifth driver born on English soil to win the title in the World promotion.

As in many other GG.PP. This 2016, a fourth category has entered the fray. We talk about the International category, designed for novice or non-participating pilots in the three previous enjoy the experience of the World. Well, here in Belgium, the best Spanish rider now, Sandra Gomez, he has competed in what was undoubtedly his last rehearsal for the imminent start of the Female Championship next week on British soil. The Gas Gas rider was ultimately second, but leaving glimpses of quality that make to hope that this 2016 itself is its great year and finally one of us happen to Laia Sanz as world champion, and end once and for all the domain of British Emma Bristow.