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Toni Bou Clinches Another GP Win In Sokolov

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Toni Bou was the dominant force this weekend in the Czech Republic Grand Prix with the Honda rider winning both the races held in Sokolov.

Toni Bou has so far scored four wins out of four in the world championship and today, once again in the second lap, put on a display of his lethal ability to react, setting the day‰Ûªs fastest time in a race that had not quite started according to plan.

The Repsol Honda Team ace rode the highly technical sections against the lush backdrop of Sokolov forests. In this 100% natural setting, competitors were forced to keep their wits about them in a particularly demanding event. The triumph stretches Bou‰Ûªs advantage at the head of the overall leader-board to eighteen points in the world championship.

"It‰Ûªs been a great weekend." Bou admitted. "Yesterday I took it quite easy but I had things a bit more complicated today. I was third on the first lap but I put in a really good second one and reacted well.

"You can‰Ûªt always win it, but I‰Ûªm very pleased to have picked up only four points on one of the laps. A lot of it is due to having trained a lot at the Non-Stop during the winter, which even though I don‰Ûªt like it, I‰Ûªve had to make an effort to improve.

"I‰Ûªm happy with the weekend and how the championship has started."

There will be little rest for the riders after the Czech Republic GP as the world championship transfers to Sweden next weekend for the third date in the trial calendar.

Round 2: Race 1
1 Toni Bou 47
2 Adam Raga 60
3 Albert Cabestany 66
4 Jaime Busto 72
5 James Dabill 73
6 Takahisa Fujinami 76
7 Jeroni Fajardo 82
8 Alexandre Ferrer 94
9 Eddie Karlsson 98
10 Franz Kadlec 104

Round 2: Race 2
1 Toni Bou 31
2 Adam Raga 37
3 Jeroni Fajardo 49
4 Takahisa Fujinami 65
5 Jaime Busto 69
6 Albert Cabestany 71
7 Franz Kadlec 79
8 James Dabill 85
9 Jack Sheppard 93
10 Alexandre Ferrer 99

Championship Standings
1 Toni Bou 80 pts
2 Adam Raga 62 pts
3 Jeroni Fajardo 56 pts
4 Takahisa Fujinami 53 pts
5 Albert Cabestany 47 pts
6 Jaime Busto 44 pts
7 James Dabill 30 pts
8 Alexandre Ferrer 27 pts
9 Franz Kadlec 19 pts
10 Tomoyuki Ogawa 16 pts

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