The 4th round of the Portuguese trial championship – Bragança

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What a race in Portugal! The fourth stage of Portuguese Trial Championship will be remembered by hot weather and amazing tests for crews. The TT Asociación Sem Limites managed to bring 30 teams to the capital of the district for another great day of competition and the event received a great reaction by more than 3,500 spectators.

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Rui Querido (Tibus Off Road/Ladricolor/STS) was the winner of this fourth stage of the national Trial 4×4 Championship. The pilot managed to finish the same number of laps as Antonio Henriques (Mister Reboques), but in less time, 6 minutes and 4 seconds less.

Pedro Costa (Preparaçoes Badinho 4×4) was the winner of the Extreme class with a lap of advantage in relation to Antonio Silva (Canelas Pneus). Pedro Costa is now the leader of the Extreme class with 1 point more than Antonio Silva; Pedro Alves (MonsTTer) follows in third place with 63 points.

Rui Querido was the winner in the general and of course, also won in its class Proto. After four races the leader of the Proto class has 5-point advantage over the runner-up, Antonio Henriques.

The winner of the class Super Proto was Alexandre Serrão (Team Serrao).

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After two hours of resistance, Manuel Morgado (Jot4x/Trial cars) takes gold promotion for home and João Fernandes (Jovi Team) is the new leader of the promotion class.

In class UTV/Buggy, João Lopes (JL Racing/Polaris/GRO/RPA & Filhos) returned to win in Bragança and conquered his third victory of the season. Continues to lead with 10 points of advantage over Team Reviclap.

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Photographer, reporter and promoter for various off road competitions. Owner of the website. We are reporting from the biggest European events and we are trying to do a good job. I hope you like it. In the business since 2010.
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