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  • 2011 Finland ISDE: Day 5 Results

    2011 Finland ISDE: Day 5 Results

    International Six Days Enduro

    With only the sixth and final day of the eighty-sixth FIM International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) remaining Finland’s World Trophy team riders Eero Remes (KTM), Juha Salminen (Husqvarna), Matti Seistola (Husqvarna), Jari Mattila (KTM), Valtteri Salonen (TM) and Marko Tarkkala (Husaberg) look certain to claim victory.


  • 2011 Finland ISDE: Day 3 KTM Report

    2011 Finland ISDE: Day 3 KTM Report

    International Six Days Enduro

    Day Three of the ISDE Six Days Enduro saw KTM factory rider Eero Remes top the overall standings at the half way mark of the competition in the E1 class on the rain soaked piste of Southern Finland. KTM’s Kurt Caselli of Team USA also leads the E2 standings after Day Three.


  • 2011 ISDE: Day 3 Finland Quick Results

    2011 ISDE: Day 3 Finland Quick Results

    International Six Days Enduro

    Here’s a quick rundown of the Day 3 results at Finland International Six Days Enduro

    Husaberg brings you the standings update after race day 3 (Wednesday) of the 2011 ISDE in Finland. Not much changed from Day 2, though Spain lost time due to Oriol Mena’s crash and penalty.




  • Pirelli Podium at La Baneza FIM Motocross

    Pirelli Podium at La Baneza FIM Motocross

    2011 FIM Motocross

    The Pirelli Scorpion MX asserted its authority on the seventh round of the FIM Motocross World Championship by sweeping every step of the MX1 and MX2 podiums.

    The Grand Prix of Spain produced surprising results as the winners at the Circuito de Salgada were two riders who left Portugal last week carrying injuries.


  • La Baneza FIM Motocross | MX1 Results

    La Baneza FIM Motocross | MX1 Results

    2011 FIM Motocross

    Red Bull Teka KTM Factory Racing FIM Motocross MX1’s Toni Cairoli arrived in Spain with a heavy pain in his thumb but he managed to get the overall victory after finishing second in the first heat and dominating the second race from the beginning to the end.



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