Day Three saw a change of name at the top of the FIM International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE) individual results, with Italy’s Andrea Verona (GASGAS) securing the outright win. His first of the week, Verona topped today’s standings by over nine seconds over Garcia. Great Britain’s Nathan Watson (Honda) and Steve Holcombe (Beta) were third and fourth, with France’s Zach Pichon (Sherco) best of the Junior contingent in fifth overall.
With his outright victory, Verona also topped the time sheets in Enduro1, followed by Pichon in second. Italy’s Thomas Oldrati (Honda) enjoyed a close battle with Great Britain’s Jamie McCanney (Husqvarna) to finish just twenty-two tenths of a second ahead of McCanney for third. Australia’s Daniel Milner (Fantic) ended his day in fifth.
Although missing out on outright honours, Garcia still raced to his third consecutive Enduro2 class win in this year’s FIM ISDE. Watson and Holcombe completed the top three. France’s Hugo Blanjoue (KTM) took fourth, with Sweden’s Albin Elowson (Husqvarna) fifth.
The fight for Enduro3 honours remains tight. Sweden’s Mikael Persson (Husqvarna) extended his advantage at the top of the standings with a three second margin of victory over Jaume Betriu (KTM). Leo Le Quere (Sherco) finished just under seven seconds behind Betriu in third. Max Ahlin (Beta) and Luc Fargier (Beta) rounded out the top five.