Enduro

Australia Move Into Second Place At 2014 ISDE On Day Two

Aussie Junior and Women's Trophy Teams Continue to lead the way.

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The French team extended the gap on top of the overall for the World Trophy after the second day in the FIM International Six Days of Enduro 2014.

Australia is the new holder of the second place in the fight for the biggest prize and continues leading the overall in Junior World Trophy and Women World Trophy. Argentina keeps the sixth place in the race which will continue until next Saturday November, 8th. in San Juan.

For the second consecutive day, ‰ÛÏLes Bleus‰Û
Jessica Gardiner is on the way to leading Australia's Women's team to their second straight ISDE triumph - Credit: FIM
Thanks to another strong performance by Jesica Gardiner (Sherco), Jemma Wilson (Yamaha) and Tayla Jones (KTM) Australia is also leading them Women's Trophy class, but in a more comfortable position than their Junior counterparts. An accumulated advantage of 15 minutes and 15 seconds separates them from the US

Christophe Nambotin (KTM) was the best in each of the tests ran for the E1 category and has almost three minutes advantage over his fellow countryman Marc Bourgeois (Yamaha).

In E2, Renet was dominating again on day two and extended his lead to 53 seconds over Aussie Matthew Phillips. Loic Larrieu (Husqvarna) is third.

Toby Price kept his first position in E3 although he lost some time in favor of Taylor, who shortened the gap and is now less than six seconds from the Australian rider.

Among women, Gardiner has an advantage of more than two minutes over Jemma Wilson (Yamaha).

After two days on which the tests in the west were repeated, tomorrow, the race will head for the east of the province, going along El Caucete, BÌÁscula, la Difunta Correa and la Ripiera special tests.

Riders will make two passes on the first tests, completing a total of six tests on the third day of this ‰ÛÏSix Days‰Û

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