JAIME BUSTO CLAIMS AN IMPRESSIVE SECOND PLACE AT TRIALGP FRANCE

The alpine resort of Auron completed back-to-back racing weekends with round 6 of the TrialGP World Championship calendar. Jaime Busto and Jorge Casales standed out in the TrialGP class thanks to a pair of great performances, with Busto claiming a desired podium result that he has been looking for since the series started in Italy. Berta Abellán offered yet again another great performance which extended her podium-streak of second places to three.

Jaime Busto was able to put it all together in Auron. The youngster offered a complete, regular and consistent trial that allowed him to be inside the Top 3 in every session. Already on Saturday he managed to leave behind a pretty disappointing Qualification session in Portugal by finishing 3rd in France. On race day he kept that momentum throughout the trial, loosing only 12 and 10 marks in both laps to put the Vertical R into the second place of the race. A brilliant result that illustrates the great job and evolution Busto has experienced, and at the same time, the huge potential that exists combining Busto’s talent and the competitive edge of the Vertical R.

The other Factory rider in the TrialGP class, Jorge Casales, continued his streak of positive performances. After being 5th on Saturday’s qualifying, on Sunday he would eventually drop down one place to 6th. His result was mainly influenced by sections 10 and 14, which he fived on both laps costing him a better result on French soil. He ended up with 21 marks in both runs through the 15 sections. His second season with Vertigo is being a great one, he is sitting in 7th in the general standings, only 3 points behind the 6th place after the strong results he has scored in the last rounds.

The alpine resort of Auron completed back-to-back racing weekends with round 6 of the TrialGP World Championship calendar. Jaime Busto and Jorge Casales standed out in the TrialGP class thanks to a pair of great performances, with Busto claiming a desired podium result that he has been looking for since the series started in Italy. Berta Abellán offered yet again another great performance which extended her podium-streak of second places to three.

Jaime Busto was able to put it all together in Auron. The youngster offered a complete, regular and consistent trial that allowed him to be inside the Top 3 in every session. Already on Saturday he managed to leave behind a pretty disappointing Qualification session in Portugal by finishing 3rd in France. On race day he kept that momentum throughout the trial, loosing only 12 and 10 marks in both laps to put the Vertical R into the second place of the race. A brilliant result that illustrates the great job and evolution Busto has experienced, and at the same time, the huge potential that exists combining Busto’s talent and the competitive edge of the Vertical R.

The other Factory rider in the TrialGP class, Jorge Casales, continued his streak of positive performances. After being 5th on Saturday’s qualifying, on Sunday he would eventually drop down one place to 6th. His result was mainly influenced by sections 10 and 14, which he fived on both laps costing him a better result on French soil. He ended up with 21 marks in both runs through the 15 sections. His second season with Vertigo is being a great one, he is sitting in 7th in the general standings, only 3 points behind the 6th place after the strong results he has scored in the last rounds.

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