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2010 Mexico ISDE: Day 4 FIM Video

2010 Mexico ISDE Video

Here’s the official FIM YouTube video highlight Day 4 of the 2010 International Six Days Enduro in Morelia, Mexico.

In the ISDE Trophy Team competition, France again lead the way. They have lead all four days of the Mexico ISDE, led by KTM rider Johnny Aubert.

With Aubert topping the E2 category France enjoyed a clean sweep of the E1, E2 and E3 classes as Antoine Meo (Husqvarna) came home winner in E1 while Christophe Nambotin (Gas Gas) finished top in E3.

Italy took second place from Finland by a mere 18 seconds, with France being well over seven minutes ahead. Team USA was in fourth, followed by Poland.

In the ISDE Junior Trophy team competition, Spain claimed a commanding victory on day four of the FIM ISDE in Mexico, proving once again to be the dominant force in the junior division. But just as in the Trophy team class the second and third placed Junior Trophy teams were separated by next to nothing.

Team USA eventually finished as runners-up, nineteen seconds ahead of Sweden. In the overall Junior Trophy standings Spain now sit close to five minutes ahead, having extended their lead by two minutes. Sweden remain second with the USA third, but some two minutes behind the Scandinavians.

In the ISDE Women riders class, France finished a massive eight minutes ahead of second placed Sweden in Mexico. They have extended their lead at the top of the Women’s Cup to a staggering 23 minutes. The USA placed third on the day, but sit four minutes ahead of Sweden in the overall standings.

2010 Mexico ISDE Results after Day 4:

World Trophy
1: France 13.47:28.21
2: Italy 13.54:54.62
3: Finland13.59:42.78
4: USA 14.08:50.16
5: Poland 14.35:50.13

Junior Trophy
1: Spain 8.25:11.58
2: Sweden 8.30:07.13
3: USA 8.32:29.94
4: France 8.32:51.47
5: Finland 8.33:08.33

Women’s Cup
1: France 6.24:46.21
2: USA 6.47:59.92
3: Sweden 6.51:17.63
4: Germany 12.27:47.28
5: Chile 13.09:21.14

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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