Day Three of the FIM International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) in Brive, France saw competitors brave dry and dusty conditions - albeit cooler - for a third consecutive day, but with a new course and new special tests.
Continuing to hold firm at the head of the World Trophy classification, France stretched their advantage over Australia to five minutes and nineteen seconds, while France‰Ûªs Junior World Trophy squad moved to the top of the results, thirty-nine seconds ahead of Italy. Australia sit five minutes and forty-nine seconds ahead of the USA in the Women‰Ûªs World Trophy class.
Although there were patches of rain making several of the tests slightly wet, most of the tracks remained dusty. Competitors raced a new loop today, in addition to several tests from Days One and Two.