Putting in one of the stand out performances of the final motocross races, Josep Garcia
‰ÛÒ KTM worked his way to the front of the Enduro 1 class final moto in style, going on to claim victory ahead of the USA‰Ûªs Ryan Sipes
‰ÛÒ Husqvarna and Eero Remes ‰ÛÒ TM. In addition, the Spaniard also topped the Enduro 1 class overall results, finishing ahead of Ryan Sipes ‰ÛÒ Husqvarna and Davide Guarneri
‰ÛÒ Honda. The highest Junior World Trophy team rider in the final E1 standings was Italy‰Ûªs Davide Soreca
In the Enduro 2 class it looked for much of the final motocross race as if Loic Larrieu
‰ÛÒ Yamaha would claim a start-to-finished win, but a mistake on the final corner of the race handed victory to Nathan Watson ‰ÛÒ KTM, who for much of the race seemed destined to finish third. With Watson securing the win, Christophe Charlier
‰ÛÒ Husqvarna placed second with Alex Salvini
‰ÛÒ Honda third. Despite his final moto slip-up, Loic Larrieu ‰ÛÒ Yamaha topped the final E2 standings by one-and-a-half minutes from Australia‰Ûªs Daniel Milner
‰ÛÒ KTM and Alex Salvini
‰ÛÒ Beta. The highest placed Junior World Trophy class rider in the final E2 standings was Albin Elowson
‰ÛÒ Husqvarna in fourth.
Leading home a KTM one-two-three at the end of the final Enduro 3 motocross race, Spain‰Ûªs Jaume Betriu
claimed the win ahead of the USA‰Ûªs Taylor Robert
with Finland‰Ûªs Matti Seistola
‰ÛÒ the early pace setter ‰ÛÒ third. But it was Taylor Robert
‰ÛÒ KTM who topped the E3 category results, placing an eventual one-minute and forty-seven seconds ahead of Betriu with Australia‰Ûªs Daniel Sanders ‰ÛÒ KTM third and Matti Seistola
‰ÛÒ KTM, Matthew Phillips
‰ÛÒ Sherco and Ruy Barbosa
‰ÛÒ Husqvarna rounding out the top six. Barbosa was the highest placed E3 class Junior World Trophy rider.
With this year‰Ûªs ISDE now closed, the focus now shift‰Ûªs to the next edition to be hosted in Chile in October 2018.
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