Toni Bou (Montesa-Honda) won his 28th world Trial title, his 14th in TrialGP, while Matteo Grattarola (Beta Trial) and Pau Martínez (Vertigo) were crowned world champions in the TR2 and 125cc categories, respectively.
The last race of the 2020 season in Italy saw three new world titles for GALFER GP riders. The invincible Toni Bou and his Montesa HRC, fitted with GALFER brake discs and pads, won another title to add to his impressive CV. This was his 28th consecutive world title since 2007, his 14th outdoors. The Italian GP was dominated once again by Bou where, because of the combination of results of his biggest rival Adam Raga (TRRS), Toni notched up another victory, his fifth of the season, and thereby added another crown to his spectacular track record.
In the TR2 category, the Italian rider Matteo Grattarola (Beta Trial), who uses GALFER brake products on his Beta motorcycle, was also crowned world champion. Grattarola arrived in Italy with a significant advantage over his closest rivals and his victory on the first day of the GP was enough to make him mathematically uncatchable in the championship.
And, for the first time in his sporting career, the young rider Pau Martínez (Vertigo) also won the Trial world championship title in the 125cc category.
This means that, thanks also to the victory by the British rider Emma Bristow just a few weeks ago, all the TrialGP 2020 world titles have been won by riders sponsored by GALFER.