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GASGAS FACTORY RACING READY TO GET ON THE GAS AT THE START OF TRIALGP 2020

JORGE CASALES LINES UP FOR TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP OPENER IN FRANCE

Finally, the wait is over! After months of waiting after the pandemic, the 2020 FIM TrialGP World Championship is set to fire into life with GASGAS Factory Racing’s Jorge Casales ready to begin his quest for TrialGP success in Isola 2000, in the southern French Alps.

Jorge Casales is confident ahead of the 2020 FIM TRIAL GP Championship. This year’s trial focused on getting into the regular top three at the world championship, while also improving on the fifth place he achieved last year.

Casales will be the only representative for GASGAS Factory Racing to undertake the opening of three rounds of the 2020 series, while teammate Albert Cabestany will join him in the fourth and final event in Italy.

Jorge Caseles describes the competition with these words;

“Like all riders, I have been waiting and waiting for the start of the Trial World Championship, and now it is just days away I can’t wait. Of course, this is not a normal championship, but the fact that we have these four races is something special – I am very grateful to all of the organizers, the FIM, and my team for making things happen. With three events in three weeks, I hope to make a positive start this weekend in France and then continue like that in Spain and Andorra. There is no time to make big mistakes, so I want to do all I can to ride well and of course, aim for the podium. Doing the best I can each weekend is the focus and aiming for the podium and a top three in the championship is my objective. I feel good so let’s see what happens. Improving on my 2019 championship result is also very important. I’m really looking forward to competing again, I can’t wait!”

Shortened significantly due to the global Covid-19 restrictions, the 2020 FIM Trial World Championship will feature four, two-day events. Kicking off in France the series will move on to Spain just one week later and then to Andorra, the third event in as many weeks. Following a two-week break, the series will conclude in Italy in early October.