Climbing on up the leader board in the Junior Trophy Class in day two was the Australian Junior World Trophy Team, who fought through tough, dusty and slippery conditions to knock Chile off its perch to take fourth position. Ahead of Australia is Italy in first place, followed by USA and France, who the Australian Junior World Trophy Team currently trail by just under two minutes.
Clocking in the fastest time for the team was Fraser Higlett
with 57:12.50, placing him now at 26th position overall. Following close behind Higlett was Thomas Mason
with a fastest time of 58:24.45, sitting now 42nd position overall. Rounding out the juniors is Andrew Wilksch
, who came in hot behind Mason with a fastest time of 58:38.44, and now sits 44th position overall. The determination of the Australian Junior World Trophy Team has been impressive, setting a clear tone for their remaining four days at the ISDE against France, USA and Italy.
Tomorrow, day three will take competitors inland on a new course offering a mixture of hard packed and rocky, mountainous terrains. The proposed two laps and six special tests will total three-hundred kilometres of riding and push riders to their limit as they manage the high heats and keep their bikes running steady! View full results from day one on the FIM ISDE app or click here.