2013 ISDE | Team France Continues to Lead after Day 3

KTM's Antoine Meo

KTM’s Antoine Meo

2013 International Six Days Enduro Day 3 Results

Once again, Team France was the dominate force at the 2013 International Six Days Enduro in Sardegna, an Italian island in the Mediterranean.

The star riders of the team – E1 Enduro World Champion and Johnny Aubert – were completely dominate on Day 3, the midway point of the ISDE. Team France is leading both the World Trophy and Junior Trophy.

USA, Australia, Italy and Spain make up the top five in the World Trophy while Italy, Britain, USA and Sweden are placed 2-5 in the Junior Trophy.

Meo finished the day second overall less than a second behind Australian Daniel Milner after crashing in the fourth of six tests – two new and four over the same terrain as the first two days but ridden in the reverse order. He won four of the six texts on Wednesday.

The KTM factory rider and 2013 E1 World Championship is also progressive overall leader at the half way mark and leads the E3 class. He has stepped up to ride the KTM 300 EXC bike in the absence of teammate and E3 World Champion Christophe Nambotin who is recovering from an injury picked up in the final round of the World Championship.

KTM rider Cristobal Guerrero, riding for Team Spain is leading the E1 class at the halfway mark. Johnny Aubert and Ivan Cervantes are now 3-6 in the overall E2 class, one of the most tightly competitive.

With half of the job done, riders now move to a different territory for the next two days. The final day six is a Motocross contest.

2013 International Six Days Enduro, Day Three Results:

E1 Class Day 3
1. Cristobal Guerrero, Spain, KTM
2. Thomas Oldrati, Italy Husaberg
3. Giacomo Redondi, Italy, KTM
4. Simone Albergoni, Italy, Honda
5. Jeremy Joly France, Honda

E1 Class after Day 3
1. Cristobal Guerrero, Spain, KTM
2. Jeremy Joly France, Honda
3. Lorenzo Santolino, Spain, Husqvarna
4. Thomas Oldrati, Italy Husaberg
5. Giacomo Redondi, Italy, KTM

E2 Class Day 3
1. Daniel Milner, Australia, Yamaha
2. Pela Renet, France, Husaberg
3. Johnny Aubert, France, KTM
4. Alex Salvini, Italy, HM Honda

E2 Class after Day 3
1. Daniel Milner, Australia, Yamaha
2. Johnny Aubert, France, KTM
3. Pela Renet, France, Husaberg
4. Robert Taylor, USA, Kawasaki
5. Ivan Cervantes, Spain, KTM

E3 Class Day 3
1. Antoine Meo, France, KTM
2. Mathias Bellino, France, Husaberg
3. Chris Hollis, Australia, KTM
4. Manuel Monni, Italy, KTM
5. Mike Brown, USA, KTM

E3 Class after Day 3
1. Antoine Meo, France, KTM
2. Mathias Bellino, France, Husaberg
3. Chris Hollis, Australia, KTM
4. Mike Brown, USA, KTM
5. Manuel Monni, Italy, KTM

Overall (all classes) after Day Three
1. Meo
2. Milner
3. Aubert
4. Renet
5. Taylor

World Trophy:
1. France, 12:40.22.72 (Pela Renet, Jeremy Joly, Johnny Aubert, Antoine Meo, Rodrig Thain, Fabien Planet
2. USA, 12:49.06.39 (Mike Brown, Kurt Caselli, Thaddeus Duvall, Charlie Mullins, Zach Osborne, Robert Taylor)
3. Australia, 12:49.24.92 (Joshua Green, Chris Hollis, Glenn Kearney, Matthew Phillips, Joshua Strang, Daniel Miller)
4. Italy, 12:51.33.08 (Albergoni, Oldrati, Salvini, Monni. Philippaerts, Balletti)
5. Spain, 12:54.42.49 (Lorenzo Santolino, Cristobal Guerrero, Ivan Cervantes, Victor Guerrero, Mario Roman, Oriol Mena

Junior World Trophy:
1. France, 7:46.48.50 (Swan Servajean, Kevin Rohmer, Loic Larrieu, Mathias Bellino
2. Italy, 7:48.42.04 (Rudy Moroni, Giacomo Redondi, Nicolo Mori, Gianluca Martini)
3. Britain 7:51.29.20 (Steve Holcombe, Jack Rowland, Jamie McCanney, Daniel McCanney
4. USA, 7:55.41.55 (Grant Baylor, Kailub Russell, Andrew Delong, Jessie Groemm)
5. Sweden, 7:58.53.95 (Lars Lofgren, Robert Kvarnstrom, Albin Elowson, Oliver Nelson

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