2013 ISDE | Team France Remains on Top, Day 5

KTM's Antoine Meo at Day 5 of the 2013 ISDE

KTM’s Antoine Meo at Day 5 of the 2013 ISDE

2013 International Six Days Enduro Day 5 Results

Since the first day of the 2013 International Six Days Enduro held on Sardegna, an Italian island in the Mediterranean Sea, Team France has remained on top.

Following another dominate performance at the penultimate day of the ISDE, E1 Enduro World Champion Antoine Meo has lead the overall race since day one. He also topped his E3 class on Friday.

Team France has also continued to lead both the World Trophy and the Junior Trophy with Meo, and the other KTM factory star – Johnny Aubert.

With the week-long ride on the Italian island of Sardinia drawing to a close KTM Enduro Factory Team Boss Fabio Farioli said Meo had been impressive and “incredibly fast” on the penultimate day of the competition.

Fabio Farioli says: “Antoine (Meo) rode a great two last laps. He was incredibly fast and Johnny (Aubert) is also doing a good job.

Aubert is currently third in E2 while KTM factory teammates Ivan Cervantes and Cristobal Guerrero of Team Spain are running overall third and first in E2 and E1 respectively.

Team France are poised to take the World Trophy and now have over 14 minutes lead over Team USA. Team Italy is now third after Team Australia incurred a five-minute penalty to knock it down to fourth overall. France are followed by Italy, Britain, USA and Sweden in the Junior Trophy.

On Saturday riders face a final motocross test to settle the final outcome of this centenary edition of the ISDE, the oldest annual event on the FIM calendar. Riders run in reverse order, the highest ranking going off last on the final day.

2013 International Six Days Enduro Day 5 Results:

E1 Class Day Five
1. Lorenzo Santolino, Spain Husqvarna
2. Thomas Oldrati, Italy Husaberg
3. Cristobal Guerrero, Spain, KTM
4. Thasseus Duval, US Honda
5. Jeremy Joly, France, Honda

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

E2 Class Day 5
1. Alex Salvini, Italy, HM Honda
2. Pela Renet, France, Husaberg
3. Johnny Aubert, France, KTM
4. Daniel Milner, Australia, Yamaha
5. Taylor Robert, USA, Kawasaki

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

E3 Class Day 5
1. Antoine Meo, France, KTM
2. Mathias Bellino, France, Husaberg
3. Mike Brown, USA, KTM
4. Aigar Leok, Estonia, TM
5. Manuel Monni, Italy, KTM

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

Overall (all classes) after Day 5
1. Meo
2. Milner
3. Renet
4. Aubert
5. Robert
6. Cervantes

World Trophy:
1. France, 20:48.22.52 (Pela Renet, Jeremy Joly, Johnny Aubert, Antoine Meo, Rodrig Thain, Fabien Planet)
2. USA, 21:02.41.95 (Mike Brown, Kurt Caselli, Thaddeus Duvall, Charlie Mullins, Zach Osborne, Robert Taylor)
3. Italy, 21:06.22.34 (Albergoni, Oldrati, Salvini, Monni. Philippaerts, Balletti)
4. Australia, 21:11.02.82 (Joshua Green, Chris Hollis, Glenn Kearney, Matthew Phillips, Joshua Strang, Daniel Miller)
5. Spain, 21:14.32.64 (Lorenzo Santolino, Cristobal Guerrero, Ivan Cervantes, Victor Guerrero, Mario Roman, Oriol Mena
Junior World Trophy:
1. France, 12:43.55.75 (Swan Servajean, Kevin Rohmer, Loic Larrieu, Mathias Bellino
2. Italy, 12:49.53.88 (Rudy Moroni, Giacomo Redondi, Nicolo Mori, Gianluca Martini)
3. Britain 12:53.01.09 (Steve Holcombe, Jack Rowland, Jamie McCanney, Daniel McCanney)
4. USA, 113:00.35.41 (Grant Baylor, Kailub Russell, Andrew Delong, Jessie Groemm)
5. Australia, 13:L03.46.35 (Ben Burrell, Lachlan Stanford, Scott Keegan, Thomas McCormick

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