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ISDE Day 2 Results: Australian Women’s Trophy Team Leads After Day 2 | News

The Australian Women's Trophy Team has taken the class lead after Day 2 of competition while the World Trophy Team has moved into second place behind France.

Competing over the exact same course as used on day one, France topped the FIM World Trophy team class as they did on the opening day of competition, extending their advantage over Australia to four minutes and nineteen seconds.

In the FIM Junior World Trophy category team USA have moved to the head of the results as Sweden – leaders at the end of day one – lost one of their team riders with a technical issue. In the FIM Women’s World Trophy class Australia have taken a commanding lead over the USA with day one winners Spain dropping to ninth.

In the FIM World Trophy team competition France topped the day ahead of Italy, with Jeremy Tarroux – Sherco, Loic Larrieu – Yamaha, Christophe Nambotin – KTM and Christophe Charlier – Husqvarna finishing close to two minutes ahead. Australia pushed Italy hard to finish just nine seconds behind in third with Finland fourth. After two days of racing France now sit four minutes and nineteen seconds ahead of Australia with Finland third.

Spain’s time at the top of the FIM Women’s World Trophy class was short lived as two of their team riders failed to reach the finish of day two. Australia topped the day finishing one-minute and eight seconds ahead of the USA with France three minutes and fifty-nine seconds behand in third. In the overall Women’s results Australia are now three-and-a-half minutes ahead of the USA with France third.

The three fastest riders on day two of the ISDE were 250-f mounted riders Ryan Sipes – Husqvarna, Josep Garcia – KTM and Davide Guarneri – Honda. Separated by a little more than three seconds, Daniel Milner – KTM finished as the fastest Enduro 2 class rider in fourth overall. Christophe Nambotin- KTM was the fastest Enduro 3 class competitor in fifth overall, just nine seconds behind Sipes.

After two days of competition Italy’s Davide Guarneri – Honda leads the Enduro 1 class, close to sixteen seconds ahead of Ryan Sipes – Husqvarna with Josep Garcia – KTM third.

Australia’s Daniel Milner – KTM has moved to the top of the Enduro 2 class standings, moving ahead of day one E2 class winner Christophe Charlier – Husqvarna by almost thirteen seconds. Third in Enduro 2 is Loic Larrieu – Yamaha.

Just seven seconds separate Christophe Nambotin – KTM and Taylor Robert – KTM at the top of the Enduro 3 class results with Spain’s Jaume Betriu – KTM third.

FIM Press Release

See full results HERE.