Showing that as well as topping the Enduro 1 class podium he‰Ûªs also more than a match for the bigger bike riders in the EnduroGP class, 250f TM mounted Finn Eero Remes pushed Holcombe hard though out the day. Also 250F mounted, Nathan Watson enjoyed a good day. Despite his lack of enduro experience he again showed impressive speed to place just 15 seconds behind winner Holcombe. Behind Watson US rider Taylor Robert (KTM) excelled in conditions that were anything but familiar. Unable to repeat his day one winning result Matt Phillips placed in sixth with Mathias Bellino bringing his Husqvarna home in ninth following a day full of mistakes.
As a result of their strong overall performances Eero Remes and Nathan Watson placed first and second in the Enduro 1 class with Jamie McCanny (Yamaha) third. With just under nine seconds separating Remes and Watson, McCanny battled his way to a podium result more than one minute behind Watson. Jamie‰Ûªs brother Danny McCanny (Husqvarna) enjoyed his best day of the championship so far finishing fourth while Pascal Rauchenecker (Husqvarna) and Gianluca Martini rounded out the top six.
Just four days into his first ever season of EnduroGP competition Taylor Robert enjoyed his first winning result, impressively topping the Enduro 2 class aboard his KTM. Riding well throughout the day he placed ahead of Matt Phillips with Alex Salvini (Beta) joining them on the podium.
‰ÛÏAll-in-all it‰Ûªs been a really good day for me,‰Û