The Yamaha rider Racing, Anthony May, won another victory in the National Championship Off-Land in 2016 to win the 28th edition of the Rally TT Reguengos de Monsaraz, competition which was held based on the Capital City of Portugal Wines .
Anthony May that took the lead in the second half of the Alentejo proof triumphed by a margin of 14 seconds to his teammate: “This was a race I had some fear because it is very dangerous. Once you knew Mario was out of the race significantly I confined my progress and only attacked a bit at the end to get the victory. I am happy to have won and to have passed these two tests where I feel less comfortable and both with victories. I want to thank all those who contribute to these successes and fantastic bike that I have, but taking into account that today is Mother’s Day my main dedication go for it ” , said the current national champion who was also the winner of the class TT2.
The young Sebastien Buhler, who came to go through the race leadership, having also been the fastest in the initial section of the race, finished very close to Antonio May and took the absolute podium for the fifth time in a row:”I felt good and strong from the beginning. I stopped when I saw Mario Boss rough, but he told me to go and warn the next post. I am much stronger than the previous season and the WR is very knowledgeable and is far superior to the bike last year. I tried my best, never worried about the result but I’m happy with this 2nd place ” .
The team manager Frederick Fino finished in eighth place in the overall standings after the prologue have done an excellent 5th time. “The prologue was on the my way, very technical and left me all right. This result cradled me for the race that we all know is dangerous but I have to congratulate the organization because it was very well marked. The team was in excellent plan. The May and Buhler were on the podium in the first two positions, won their classes, leading the championship, I can only be pleased with their results which are also the result of an entire team work before each race ” , stressed Frederico Fino.
Veteran David Ferreira was ranked in 18th place overall still ensuring the Fourth of TT1 class and the same result in veterans.
The next round of the National All-Road Championship is scheduled for 28 and 29 May at which it will compete in the Baja Loulé.
CNTT Motorcycle rating (after two days)
Absolute: 1 Antonio May 40; 2 Sebastian Buhler, 32; 3 António Pereira, 23.
TT1: 1 Sebastian Buhler, 40; 2nd Peter Oliveira, 34.
TT2: 1 Antonio May 40; 2 António Pereira, 32.