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A4DE Day 3: Frenchman Mathias Bellino Carries Narrow Six Second Lead In to AD4E Final Day

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A4DE Day 3: Frenchman Mathias Bellino Carries Narrow Six Second Lead In to AD4E Final Day
After losing his lead yesterday to French Husqvarna Enduro Racing Team‰Ûªs Mathias Bellino, CDR Yamaha‰Ûªs Daniel Milner battled it out today, both riders neck and neck all day keeping spectators on their feet for day three of the 2016 Yamaha Australian Four Days Endruo.

With anticipation in the air as bikes left Parc Ferme today, the question on everyone lips was could Milner reclaim his day one lead over Bellino with six tests to get the job done? Fortunately for Bellino, although Milner was close to his times on every test, it was not enough with Bellino remaining in the lead at the conclusion of day three.

First test this morning (Yamaha) is where Milner‰Ûªs charge began, claiming the outright test win in a time of 2 minutes and 10.610 seconds. Proving that he too was not going to rest until he gave all his fight was CDR Yamaha‰Ûªs Chris Hollis was just behind Milner with a time of 2:11.126. Husqvarna Enduro Racing Team‰Ûªs Lachlan Stanford was the third man to post the quickest time of 2:11.360, with Bellino (2:11.420) in fourth.

Milner (6:24.794) also securing the fastest time at the second test of the day, the KTM test in front of Hollis (6:26.721), and his battling rival Bellino 6:28.274.
A4DE Day 3: Frenchman Mathias Bellino Carries Narrow Six Second Lead In to AD4E Final Day
Daniel Milner and Bellino are locked in battle for the 2016 A4DE championship. Credit: John Pearson
Following in a winning streak, Milner (7:42.101) dominated in the Force Accessories test, gaining a valuable ten seconds on Bellino‰Ûªs outright lead from yesterday. Unfortunately for Bellino (7:52.054), two crashes in the Force Accessories test, saw him not even in the top three quickest times allowing KTM Enduro Racing Team‰Ûªs Daniel Sanders (7:48.181) to follow Milner in second, and once again hard charging Hollis (7:49.521) in third.

With three tests in quick succession, this time Bellino stole the fourth test (Beta) win with the quickest time of 4 minutes 39.028 seconds. Milner scurrying for time, was only a fraction off the Husqvarna‰Ûªs time of 0.814 seconds behind. Hollis‰Ûª consistent results today, and a once again flying third quickest time of 4:40.830, allowed him to maintain third outright.

The dust was a determining factor in performance on the Husqvarna test today, and striking from third position today was Yamaha mounted Chris Hollis, now securing himself an outright test win with the quickest time of 4:56.912. Hollis‰Ûª, time came under fire from Yamaha mounted rival Active8 Yamaha Yamalube‰Ûªs Josh Green, however Green narrowly missed out on the number one spot with a time of 4:57.022. Bellio (4:57.494) also only a fraction off the pace through the dusty, dry and treacherous conditions.

Bellino‰Ûªs time from the fifth test allowed him to snatch back some valuable seconds on Milner‰Ûªs outright time, clutching to the number one position with one test to go. Milner‰Ûªs Husqvarna test set him back finishing sixth, after two crashes, pushing too hard to make up lost time.
A4DE Day 3: Frenchman Mathias Bellino Carries Narrow Six Second Lead In to AD4E Final Day
Josh Green has a two minute lead in the E1 class. Credit: John Pearson
Before long it was on to the last test where competitors were once again directed to the well-known KTM test. However, it wasn‰Ûªt a KTM on top of the times sheets, with team mate‰Ûªs this week, Milner (6:27.715) and Hollis (6:28.563), securing themselves a respective finish of one and two. Sanders, showing his speed once again with another top three finish with a 6 minute and 29.719 second lap time.

Despite the battled on track, the competition between Bellino and Milner will now go down to the wire with only one test, and the final Moto to produce the championship winning laps to claim the 2016 Yamaha Australian Four Days Enduro Championship title.

Bellino now has an outright total time of 1:46:39.965, Milner sits in second currently with a 1:46:45.899 time, and Hollis still clutches to third with a 1:46:59.978, needing everything to work in his favour tomorrow to have a chance at claiming the outright title.

Each class is respectively fighting it out for titles across these four days and have shown some great strengths and multiple battles to steal the class lead. Today however it was Green, Milner and Sanders who led todays E1, E2, E3 competition to come out victorious.
A4DE Day 3: Frenchman Mathias Bellino Carries Narrow Six Second Lead In to AD4E Final Day
Tayla Jones has stranglehold on the women's class with one day to go. Credit: John Pearson
Women‰Ûªs, Veterans and Masters regulars, Active8 Yamaha Yamalube‰Ûªs Tayla Jones, Dylan Rees and David Flemming remain in great position to seal the deal tomorrow, and win their respective classes, once again claiming the end of day victory.

Once again it is New South Wales who lead the State Trophy Team charge signing off on day three of the Yamaha A4DE with the Senior, Junior and Women‰Ûªs Team lead.

For more information and to stay up to date with the latest news from the 2016 Yamaha A4DE head to the Motorcycling Australia website. Like the AORC Facebook page and follow @aorc_ on Instagram.

*All results from Day one of the 2016 Yamaha Australian Four Days Enduro are provisional

Yamaha A4DE top ten outright results:
Mathias Bellino 1:46:39.965
Daniel Milner 1:46:45.899
Chris Hollis 1:46:59.978
Josh Green 1:47:20.264
Lachlan Stanford 1:48:01.663
Daniel Sanders 1:48:05.074
Matt Phillips 1:49:08.790
Glenn Kearney 1:49:38.805
Broc Grabham 1:49:58.908
Jack Simpson 1:50:16.144

Yamaha A4DE top five day three E1 results:
Josh GREEN 32:59.626
Riley GRAHAM 33:30.386
Glenn KEARNEY 33:36.958
Jack SIMPSON 33:48.170
Stefan GRANQVIST 33:50.068

Yamaha A4DE top five day three E2 results:
Daniel MILNER 32:30.111
Chris HOLLIS 32:33.673
Mathias BELLINO 32:38.982
Broc GRABHAM 33:21.278
Matt PHILLIPS 33:35.741

Yamaha A4DE top five day three E3 results:
Daniel SANDERS 32:44.419
Lachlan STANFORD 33:00.119
Lyndon SNODGRASS 33:48.005
Christopher DAVEY 34:00.487
Nic TOMLINSON 34:04.268

Yamaha A4DE top five day three Women‰Ûªs results:
Tayla JONES 36:11.609
Jess GARDINER 38:11.346
Jemma WILSON 38:59.994
Emelie KARLSSON 39:49.474
Sophie COLDICUTT 39:54.305

Yamaha A4DE top five day three Veteran‰Ûªs results:
Dylan REES 34:53.902
Damian SMITH 35:04.618
Kirk HUTTON 35:29.764
Rowan PUMPA 37:32.824
Brandon KIENHUIS 37:58.837

Yamaha A4DE top five day three Master‰Ûªs results:
David FLEMING 37:02.744
Jason SALOPAYEVS 38:36.166
Brett STEEL 38:50.600
Mark PEACOCK 39:28.524
Fred PATTERSON 39:56.683

For a full list of results CLICK HERE.

Photo Credit: Hannah Lawton

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