With just twenty-two seconds separating the USA from Junior World Trophy class leaders Sweden at the start of day six everything was to play for. But with each of their three team riders performing well in their respective final motocross races Sweden extended their lead to forty-five seconds and with it claimed the 2016 Junior World Trophy team win. With the USA in second Italy placed third with Finland fourth and France fifth.
Not expected to do anything other than win, Australia‰Ûªs women showed exactly why they are the nation to beat in the Women‰Ûªs World trophy class as each of their three riders safely reached the end of their motocross races to claim a fourth class win in as many years. Host nation Spain held on to the runner-up result with Germany third.
Italy won the Club team category ahead of Trail jesters (USA) and Eric Cleveland Memorial (USA) with Team Scotland fourth and Missouri Mudders (USA) fifth. KTM 1 topped the manufacturers award with Nathan Watson, Kailub Russell and Taylor Robert, ahead of Husqvarna 1 and Beta Boano 1.
The fastest rider in the E1 class on day six was Great Britain‰Ûªs World Trophy team rider Nathan Watson
‰ÛÒ KTM. Claiming a start to finish win the former MXGP racer placed ahead of Australia‰Ûªs Jack Simpson
‰ÛÒ KTM with Josep Garcia
‰ÛÒ Husqvarna battling his way to an eventual third place result. Although unable to end his impressive week-long performance with a motocross win Garcia nevertheless secured a well-deserved Enduro 1 class overall win, placing three minutes ahead of Watson. Third went to Spain‰Ûªs World Trophy team rider Victory Guerrero ‰ÛÒ KTM.
‰ÛÒ KTM rounded out a near perfect week with a controlled win in his motocross race, finishing ahead of Jaromir Romanick
‰ÛÒ KTM with Denny Philippaerts
‰ÛÒ Beta third. Comfortably topping the Enduro 2 class overall result Robert placed ahead of countryman Kailub Russell ‰ÛÒ KTM with Jamie McCanney
‰ÛÒ Yamaha rounding out the top three.
Spain‰Ûªs Jonathan Barragan
‰ÛÒ Gas Gas brought his ISDE participation to a close in the best possible way by winning his Enduro 3 class final motocross race. Second off the start Barragan caught and passed Danny McCanney ‰ÛÒ Husqvarna for a convincing win. McCanney held on to the runner-up result with Jaume Betriu
‰ÛÒ KTM third.
For the Enduro 3 class overall result Australia‰Ûªs Daniel Sanders
‰ÛÒ KTM held on for the win, finishing close to one-minute ahead of Giacomo Redondi
‰ÛÒ Honda. Third went to Portugal‰Ûªs World Trophy team rider Luis Correia
The first ever FIM Vintage Trophy was won by America‰Ûªs Fred Hoess ‰ÛÒ Husqvarna.
Full days results: https://fim-isde.alkamelsystems.com/index.html